(Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany) In Germany, Laura developed a polyphonic sound installation comissioned by Wildbad Rothenburg. The artwork’s launch happened on July 9th, and it is a permanent piece for the Wildbad park.
Luiz Camillo Osorio, curator of the PIPA Institute, talks to Cabelo, one of the finalists of PIPA 2019, about the beginning of the artistic career, the relevance of the word in his work, the mixing of musical language with visual language, the formation of partnerships at work, among other themes. Check out the full conversation!
(Lisbon, Portugal) Yuri Firmeza’s film “Apenas um gesto ainda nos separa do caos” receives 2,500 euros “for the sensitivity and honesty of the film, for the quality and timeliness of the theme, as well as for representing, in its own way, a certain experimentalism inherent in video art”.
(Dubai, UAE) The exhibition includes local, regional and international artists, featuring Cinthia Marcelle, and highlights the universal approach to material and object-based practices
(London, England) Tonico Lemos Auad, alongside ten other artists, explore materiality in the group show “Where were you at night”, that takes place at S|2 Gallery, in London, from July 11th to September 19th
Luiz Camillo Osorio, curator of the PIPA Institute, talks to Guerreiro do Divino Amor, one of the finalists of PIPA 2019, about the beginning of his professional career in Europe, his personal concerns that inspired the artistic process, the antagonistic aesthetics between the real and the fiction, among other themes. Check out the full conversation!
(Aarau, Switzerland) The international group show explores the way contemporary artists use masks to explore a wide variety of issues such as self-presentation and how to radically transform our identities, playing with stereotypes and inverting and subverting roles
(Lima, Peru) Berna Reale, Carla Zaccagnini, Dora Longo Bahia and Lia Chaia let us remember that the ways of describing a territory are part of the ways of appropriating it, knowing it and with all this – in broad terms – giving it a political sense
Luiz Camillo Osorio, curator of the PIPA Institute, talks to Jaime Lauriano, one of the finalists of PIPA 2019, about the process of entering the artistic career, the inspirations for the artistic process, the historical rescue in Jaime’s works, among other topics. Check out the full conversation!
Every year, the PIPA Prize’s Board invites five to seven contemporary art specialists for the job, composing the Award Jury. Meet the Award Jury members for the PIPA Prize’s 10th edition