(Yogyakarta, Indonesia) The 14th Biennale Jogja started this week, and its main exhibition features the work of many PIPA Prize nominees, including former finalists and winners, namely Rodrigo Braga, Cinthia Marcelle and Tiago Mata Machado, Clara Ianni, Ícaro Lira, Jonathas de Andrade, Leticia Ramos, Lourival Cuquinha, Virginia de Medeiros and Yuri Firmeza.
(Bogota, Colombia) Colombia’s largest art show, ARTBO, the International Art Fair of Bogotá, opened its 13th edition yesterday in the Gran Salón of Corferias. Seven Brazilian galleries participate in the Main Section of the fair, featuring works by artists such as Frederico Filippi and Yuri Firmeza.
(Hong Kong, China) For about 30 years, Art Basel was associated with one place and one place only: the city of Basel, in northwestern Switzerland. The scenario first changed in 2002, with the successful launching of Art Basel Miami Beach; almost a decade later, it was time for Hong Kong to host its own version of the fair. Starting next week, Art Basel Hong Kong reaches its fifth edition in the island featuring a total of 242 participating galleries, six of whom are Brazilian.
This is the last bulletin of announcing the artists nominated to participate in PIPA Prize 2016. The six names published in this bulletin complete the list of 76 artists nominated by the Nominating Committee. View the six last published names and the complete list of artists invited to participate in the award.
VISUALISMO Festival presents works by Alice Miceli, Marilá Dardot, Virgínia de Medeiros and Yuri Firmeza
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) VISUALISMO ART TECHNOLOGY AND CITY proposes a dialogue between art and urban space, mediated by a sensitive and critical use of technologies applied to visual languages. The city of Rio de Janeiro with its historical and social contours is both the inspiration and the backdrop for the project’s inaugural edition, which presents works by Alice Miceli, Marilá Dardot, Virgínia de Medeiros and Yuri Firmeza.
(Porto Alegre, Brazil) Camila Sposati, Ding Musa, Dirnei Prates, Mayana Redin, Reginaldo Pereira, Rommulo Conceição, Tony Camargo and Yuri Firmeza are some of the artists participating in “Manifesto: Poder, desejo, intervenção”, an exhibition that avoids the recently established models that conceive artistic creation as something exclusively militant, without a particular message or density.
(Miami, US) Attracting leading collectors, curators, museum directors and critics from across the globe, Art Basel in Miami Beach ranks as the premier art show of the Americas, with 50 percent of the galleries having exhibition spaces in the region. Comprising 192 of the world’s leading galleries, the Galleries sector is the centerpiece of the show. With a reapplication rate of 100 percent, the selection process was particularly competitive this year.
Group show with Camila Sposati, Ding Musa, Dirnei Prates, Mayana Redin, Reginaldo Pereira, Rommulo Conceição, Tony Camargo and Yuri Firmeza on view
(Porto Alegre, Brazil) Camila Sposati, Ding Musa, Dirnei Prates, Mayana Redin, Reginaldo Pereira, Rommulo Conceição, Tony Camargo and Yuri Firmeza participate in “Manifesto: Poder, desejo, intervenção” [“Manifest: Power, desire, intervention”], an exhibition designed to be an art production experimenting platform through a political spaciousness and temporality, “Manifesto” aims at avoiding the recently established models that conceive artistic creation as something exclusively militant, without a particular message or density.
(Vila Velha, Brazil) Between objects, installations, photographs, paintings and videos, the exhibition questions territories and the emotional, identity and belonging relationships they imply, as well as the “geographic imaginary” that is made legitimate through social compositions and structures and strategies of coexistence. Armando Queiroz, Jonathas de Andrade, Marcone Moreira, Rodrigo Braga, Virginia de Medeiros and Yuri Firmeza are a few of the artists featured.
(Vila Velha, Brazil) “‘Of Journeys, Of Desires, Of Paths’ is strikingly shaped in the questions involving body and territory. With a diversity of languages in the same space, the exhibition provides a plural vision of contemporary art developed in North and Northeastern Brazil”, concludes Ronaldo Barbosa, Museu Vale director. Some of the participating artists include Armando Queiroz, Jonathas de Andrade, Marcone Moreira, Rodrigo Braga, Virginia de Medeiros and Yuri Firmeza.