What happens when four artists (and longtime friends) decide to create art together? Adriano Motta, Cadu (PIPA Prize 2013 Winner), Eduardo Berliner and Paulo Vivacqua took on the challenge in “Horse Project”, inspiring this month’s critical text by the PIPA Institute curator.
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) “Projeto Cavalo: quadrivium – 8 patas” [Horse Project: quadrivium – 8 paws], is the result of a 6 year collaborative project by Cadu, Adriano Motta, Eduardo Berliner and Paulo Vivacqua. The exhibition is on view at Jacarandá, in Villa Aymoré.
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Jacaranda, located in Villa Aymoré, opens this Saturday “Arthur, Janina, Marco e Pedro”. The exhibition draws approximations between the works of Arthur Chaves, PIPA Prize 2017 nominee, Pedro França, nominated in 2016 and 2017, Janina McQuoid and Marco Veloso.
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) In order to celebrate the opening of the group show “Grid”, Jacaranda, located in Villa Aymoré, promotes a get-together between its participating artists and curator (and twice PIPA Prize Nominating Committee member) Felipe Scovino this Saturday. The exhibition displays works by 14 artists – five of them PIPA Prize nominees, Ana Holck, André Komatsu, José Bechara, Lucia Koch and Raul Mourão –, all based in the concept of the grid.
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) A technique often overlooked when juxtaposed with more up-to-date art practices, painting is the focus of “Sorria!”, group show that opens this Saturday at Jacaranda, in Villa Aymoré. Featuring works by 11 young carioca painters, including PIPA Prize nominees Gustavo Speridião and Daniel Lannes, the exhibition displays a panorama of the possibilities of painting today. Further on, also take place during the opening a documentary screening, an open talk, a book release and the launching of Jacaranda magazine #4.
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) This Saturday, March 4th, Bison Caravan—a mixture of a traveling art collection, exhibition and artistic event—will make its first stop in Brazil with the event “Post Paleolithic Carnival”, which will take place at Jacaranda, in Villa Aymore. The caravan will be taking over Rio de Janeiro’s cultural scenario as of next week, combining the spirit of art and music, life and nature in an unpredictable, timeless trail.
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) The art collective Opavivará, which recently had five of its works acquired by the Guggenheim Museum in New York, invites all to participate in the summer workshop “Transnomad”, to be held from the 6th to the 10th of February at Jacaranda, in Villa Aymoré. The workshop aims to guide its participants in the making of their own itinerant artworks, “transnomads, mobile modules, adapted handcarts, transsignified” transportation cells.
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) A hundred feet of stainless steel tubes surround the façade of Jacaranda art space at Villa Aymoré, a historical patrimony of the city. The sculpture is the subject of an open talk with PIPA Prize curator Luiz Camillo Osorio and Iole de Freitas, author of the artwork, that takes place next Wednesday, January 25th. The idea is to discuss the relationship between art and archictecture that permeates all of Freitas’ work.
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) This weekend marks the actual beginning of 2017 for the art circuit of Rio de Janeiro. Asides from two openings—”A luz que vela o corpo revela a tela”, group show curated by Bruno Miguel, and “Máquina Devir”, solo exhibition by Maria Lynch—this Saturday, January 14th, also features the open talk “Artista Viajante” [Traveling Artist] at Jacaranda art space, located in Villa Aymoré. The panel invites artists Carlos Vergara, Isabel Diegues and Cadu, winner of PIPA Prize 2013, to share their views on the subject.
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) It took 12 days by car to get to the Parnaíba Delta all the way from the interior of the state of Piauí. The result of the journey, undertook by artists Alexandre Canonico, Bruno Dunley, Isabel Diegues, Luis Barbieri, Marina Rheingantz—PIPA Prize 2015 finalist—, Mauro Restiffe and Paloma Bosquê, can be seen in the opening of “Projeto Piauí”. Happening this Saturday, November 26th, at the Jacaranda art space in Villa Aymoré, the show features photographs, sculptures, drawings, paintings and sound installations that, born on the road, constitute an ode to “de-mechanizing the gaze”.