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In “Fundos”, Lucia Koch transforms the experience of space

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) PIPA Prize 2011 nominee Lucia Koch opens this Saturday, December 3rd, the exhibition “Fundos” at Studio-X Rio. The spot is one of the Latin American bases of the homonymous project run by the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation of Columbia University. Coordinating eight other laboratories spread all over the planet, the project aims to explore the future of cities. An investigation that has everything to do with Koch’s work, focused in transforming the way people experience the space that surrounds them.


Two Brazilian artists participate in the 13th Cuenca Biennial

(Cuenca, Ecuador) Two Brazilian artists—both PIPA Prize nominees—will participate in the 13th Cuenca Biennial: Lucia Koch, in a joint project with the art collective Al Borde, formed by four Ecuadorian architects, and Henrique Oliveira. Aside from them, 48 artists from 27 countries participate in this year’s edition of the Biennial, which has as its central theme “Impermanence: the mutation of art in a materialistic society”. The Biennial starts this Friday, November 25th, and runs until the beginning of February.


Sleek Magazine lists “The 5 Brazilian Artists You Need to Know”

PIPA 2016 finalist, Luiza Baldan, is featured in the Sleek Magazine article “The 5 Brazilian Artists You Need to Know”. The magazine lists 5 emerging and internationally recognised artists who “have shaped the country’s status as a beacon of contemporary art”. The article illustrates the work “Perabé” by Baldan, currently on view at PIPA Prize 2016 exhibition at MAM-Rio until November 9th.


“Brasil, Beleza?!” offers a colorful insight into the vast land of Brazil through a selection of works

(The Hague, Netherlands) By employing various materials, forms and concepts, artists in the show discuss the fragility of a nation in constant flux, that perhaps now more than ever is being examined in the public eye as we continue to click away on our social media apps. Ultimately the exhibition makes a connection between the current economic and political instability, the preservation of modernism, and the beauty that characterize this country.

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Opening | First edition of ARCOlisboa

(Lisbon, Portugal) Lisbon presents, from 26th until 29th May, ARCOlisboa, the first edition to be held outside Madrid, where ARCOmadrid takes place. The artists Chiara Banfi, Hector Zamora, Lais Myrrha, Lucia Koch, Marcelo Cidade, Marilá Dardot and Pablo Lobato present their works during the fair.

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“Franciscan Nature” gathers works by Chiara Banfi, Lucia Koch, Marcelo Moscheta and Thiago Rocha Pitta

(São Paulo, Brazil) In order to contemplate the line of art and ecology, the curator selected artists who utilize elements of nature in their productions, gathering works from the Museum’s collection and some loans. Exhibited on various supports such as photography, drawing, print, video, artist’s book, installation, sound work, object, sculpture, and embroidery, the nearly 30 works gathered here are related to elements of nature mentioned in the Canticle.

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Opening | 35th edition of ARCOmadrid

(Madrid, Spain) Names as Adriano Costa, Alexandre Brandão, Daniel Lannes, Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, Eduardo Berliner, Erika Verzutti, Ivan Grilo, Lais Myrrha, Lourival Cuquinha, Lucia Koch, Marcelo Cidade, Maria Laet, Mariana Palma, Paulo Nazareth, Runo Lagomarsino, Sandra Cintro, Vivian Caccuri and Vânia Mignone will have works presented at the event.

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New season of the group exhibition “Vértice” begins in São Paulo

(São Paulo, Brazil) With works by Antonio Dias, Berna Reale, Camila Soato, Ding Musa, Fabio Baroli, Gisele Camargo, João Castilho, José Rufino, Lúcia Koch, Marcelo Moscheta, Nazareno, Nino Cais, Oriana Duarte, Paulo Meira, Paulo Nazareth, Rafael Carneiro, Rodrigo Braga, Rodrigo Torres and Sofia Borges, “Vértice” proposes a discussion about the numerous possibilities of a collection and a set of works by different artists when presenting three curatorial visions simultaneously.

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