(Miami Beach, USA) This year, over 200 modern and contemporary art galleries from all continents take part in the show, displaying artworks by over 4,000 artists, including paintings, sculptures, installations, photography, film, video, and digital art.
(Phoenix, US) The exhibition “Past/Future/Present: Contemporary Brazilian Art from the Museum of Modern Art” presents one of the many possible constellations of artworks produced in Brazil from the 1990s to the 2010s. The group show starts today, September 1st, at the Phoenix Art Museum and gathers the works of over 50 artists, including 17 PIPA Prize nominees.
(Campinas, Brazil) Finalist and PIPA Prize Popular Vote Exhibition Winner in 2010, Marcelo Moscheta opened this week the solo exhibition “Erosão Diferencial”. The show features eight large-format installations produced between 2011 and 2016, all the result of a confrontation of the artist with the landscape, and represents Moscheta’s return to the Museum of Contemporary Art of Campinas (MACC), where he was last in 2004.
(Geneva, Switzerland) Featuring works by 32 contemporary artists (PIPA Prize finalists Jonathas de Andrade and Marcelo Moscheta amongst them), “Aqua – Contemporary artists and water issues” opened this Wednesday, March 22nd—the World Water Day—in two Genevian venues: Île Rousseau and Château de Penthes. Curated by Adelina von Fürstenberg, the exhibition was conceived to raise public awareness on the importance of water.
Next Friday we will announce the names of PIPA 2016 finalists. Four artists were selected by the Board, out of this year’s participating artists, based on number of nominations, participation in previous editions of the Prize and in their trajectories. The finalists will participate in an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art of Rio de Janeiro from 3rd September until 13rd November, and will be competing in two categories: PIPA and PIPA Popular Vote Exhibition.
“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.
“Seven Falls”, solo show by Marcelo Moscheta discusses the clashing of nature versus human intervention
(São Paulo, Brazil) In the exhibition the artist problematizes questions linked to man’s passage through different landscapes of the globe and the interferences he has made, such as constructions, alterations in the topography, and the systematization of the terrestrial globe.
From tomorrow (15th) until friday (19th February), we will be announcing the nominees who will compete for the seventh edition of the Prize. There are 76 artists, 1 artist collective, 28 women and 47 men. 30 have been invited to participate in the Prize for the first time, whilst 46 have participated in previous editions. 5 nominees have been finalists in previous editions. Learn more.
(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.
(São Paulo, Brazil) The selected works represent a diverse universe of postures that transcend the isolated meaning of an image and gather together exterior connexions by using a series of strategies, such as the disposal of multiple images in narrative sequences or the use of photographs treated as semantic unities in “visual phrases” that create bigger sets.