Tagged Marilá Dardot

Video Art exhibition investigates the impacts of the 2008 global financial crisis

(Lisbon, Portugal) In the last 10 years, video has become an essencial tool for contemporary artists. “Tension & Conflict: Video Art after 2008”, which opened this Wednesday at Museu de Arte, Arquitetura e Tecnologia (MAAT), focuses precisely on an exceptional selection of artists – including PIPA Prize nominee Marilá Dardot – who have resorted to video as a means of registering the impact of the 2008 global financial crisis.

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An ever-shifting exhibition in search of its author, “Unanimous Night” features 25 artists

(Vilnius, Lithuania) “An exhibition that has always been and will never end; an exhibition that changes its shape throughout space and time; an exhibition that exists both mentally and physically; an exhibition in search for an author”. That is how artist Raimundas Malašauskas defines “Unanimous Night”, group show on view at the Contemporary Art Center (CAC). Amongst the 25 artists who participate in the show, seven are PIPA Prize nominees.

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“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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Last days | “Fotos contam Fatos”, group show with over 50 artists

(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.

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