Tagged Jonathas de Andrade

Pernambuco as seen by six Brazilian artists from Recife

(Los Angeles, US) “Because we are and we aren’t tropicalists”, group show that started this week at Human Resources LA, takes inspiration from the Tropicalist movement of the 60s in Brazil to analyze the current situation of the Brazilian Northeast. The show features works by six artists, including PIPA Prize Finalists Cristiano Lenhardt and Jonathas de Andrade.

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Biennale Jogja XIV opens this week featuring 12 Brazilian artists

(Yogyakarta, Indonesia) The 14th Biennale Jogja started this week, and its main exhibition features the work of many PIPA Prize nominees, including former finalists and winners, namely Rodrigo Braga, Cinthia Marcelle and Tiago Mata Machado, Clara Ianni, Ícaro Lira, Jonathas de Andrade, Leticia Ramos, Lourival Cuquinha, Virginia de Medeiros and Yuri Firmeza.

“How to remain silent?” addresses the current state of affairs in Brazil

(Cape Town, South Africa) After all the political and cultural scandals that succeed one another on Brazilian news everyday, “How to remain silent?”. The question guides a group show of the same name on view at A4 Arts Foundation. Featuring PIPA Prize 2015 Winner Virginia de Medeiros, it showcases works by Brazilian artists who investigate new ways of living in society.

Jonathas de Andrade in his first solo presentation in Mexico

(Mexico City, Mexico) PIPA Prize 2011 Finalist Jonathas de Andrade draws a close look to the northeastern region of Brazil in his works, examining issues of labor, class and race embedded in Brazilian culture. For the exhibition “Jonathas de Andrade: Visões do Nordeste”, on view at Museo Jumex, the artist presents three of his most recent works that investigate these questions and evidence his interest in the Northeast.

“Survival Kit 9” proposes different ways of interacting with nature

(Riga, Latvia) Established in 2009, “Survival Kit” is the biggest contemporary art event in the Baltics. Each year, a socially relevant and important theme is selected for the festival. This year, “Survival Kit 9”, on view at the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art, focuses on the broadening of perception and learning from nature and gathers the work of over 20 artists, including PIPA Prize 2011 Finalist Jonathas de Andrade.

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