(Saskatchewan, Canada) Remain Modern’s inaugural exhibition features 77 leading artists from Saskatchewan, Canada, and the world, including PIPA Prize 2016 winner Paulo Nazareth and 2014 finalist Daniel Steegman Mangrané.
(New Orleans, USA) For three months, the city hosts the fourth citywide exhibition “Prospect.4”, this year under the title of “Lotus in spite the swamp”. The project displays the works of 73 artists, including Paulo Nazareth and Runo Lagomarsino, and proposes a reflection on the power of art in bringing light into tough times.
(Palma de Mallorca, Spain) The group show “On Anam? Where are we going”, on view at the ES Baluard Museu, is the last part of a trilogy of exhibitions that propose a close look on the Mediterranean social, political and cultural context. Six artists with extremely diverse origins, amongst them PIPA Prize 2016 Winner Paulo Nazareth, showcase works that presents new significations about displacements.
(Lisbon, Portugal) Museu de Lisboa presents “Potência e Adversidade” [Potency and Adversity], group show featuring over 80 artworks by Latin American artists. Showcasing works from different periods, starting in the 70s and going all the way until today, the exhibition aims to draw a non-stigmatized panorama of Latin American art.
Save the date: PIPA Prize Finalists’ Exhibition 2017 opens at the Museum of Modern Art of Rio de Janeiro (MAM-Rio) in two weeks from now, on September 23rd. The exhibition presents to the audience a glimpse of the work of the four PIPA Prize 2017 finalists, Antonio Obá, Bárbara Wagner, Carla Guagliardi and Éder Oliveira.
(Miami, USA) The exhibition “New Shamans/Novos Xamãs: Brazilian Artists”, on view until next friday, August 25th, at the Rubell Family Collection, is a result of the Rubells’ extensive research trips to Belo Horizonte, São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, and features works which address universal environmental, social and political concerns by 12 up-and-coming artists: Lucas Arruda, Thiago Martins de Melo, Sonia Gomes, André Komatsu, Daniel Steegman Mangrané, Maria Nepomuceno, Solange Pessoa, Paulo Nimer Pjota, Marina Rheingantz, Eli Sudbrack, Erika Verzutti and PIPA Prize 2016 winner Paulo Nazareth.
(Lima, Peru) “Atopía” literally means “without a place” or “out of place”. It is thus negotiating concepts such as origin, heritage, migration and cultural ambiguities that “Atopía” opens next Tuesday at Museo de Arte Contemporáneo – Lima (MAC). The show features works by 18 artists, including last year’s PIPA Prize winner Paulo Nazareth and 2011 Finalist Jonathas de Andrade.
In this post, PIPA Prize states its position concerning the recent controversy involving PIPA Online 2017.
(New York, USA) Last month, Paulo Nazareth crossed the United States border to start his three-month stay at Residency Unlimited, New York, as part of his PIPA Prize 2016 award. Now, he discusses his experiences since arriving in “On the Possibility of Dwelling in New York”, conversation between the artist and Claudia Calirman that takes place at Mendes Wood DM New York today.
(São Paulo, Brazil) The exhibition “Ways of Seeing Brazil: Itaú Cultural celebrates 30” showcases three decades of existence of the institution dedicated to Brazilian art and culture and highlights the series of activities carried out by the institution since it foundation in 1987. This will be the largest selection from the Itaú Unibanco Art Collection ever exhibited together, with over 750 works occupying the entire 10,000 meters area of the Oca, one of São Paulo’s architectural symbols designed by Oscar Niemeyer.