PIPA Online 2019 is coming to end, but you still have 2 days left to vote on your favourite artists. The voting ends at midnight from Sunday (July 21st) to Monday (July 22nd), in Brasília (Brazil) time, and the winner will be announced on Monday, July 22nd.
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) In the last day of the exhibition, July 13, Luiz Camillo Osorio, curator of PIPA Institute, talks to Alice Miceli at 3:30 pm about her work
Five artists have already won the 500 votes in the first round of the category and are already guaranteed in the second round, which starts on the 14th. See who they are!
(Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany) In Germany, Laura developed a polyphonic sound installation comissioned by Wildbad Rothenburg
(Montpellier, France) Around 60 artists present some video works in which they discuss city lives, since everyday life to social or protest movements
(Villerubanne, France) Curated by Nathalie Egino and Elli Humbert at the Instate D’Art/ Rhône-Alpes in Villeurbanne, her performances incite the viewer to slow down, to become aware of what usually escapes us, and focus on what remains: the imprint .
(Seoul, South Korea) “Dear Amazon”, with Jonathas de Andrade and Cinthia Marcelle, aims to address the ecological crisis regarding ‘Anthropocene’ from an integrated view point of various contemporary art practice and humanities
(New York, USA) Curator Brett Littman has selected significant works by 14 international artists; all presented by world-leading galleries. The showing will be available at Rockefeller Center.
(Brussels, Belgium) Sonia Gomes presents a collection of eclectic compositions that are imbued with the personal history of the artist, her family and her community, as well as the rich history of Brazil.
Desali, Octavio Schipper, and Panmela Castro talk about their works and artistic career