(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Featuring works by Berna Reale, Cabelo, Guerreiro do Divino Amor and Jaime Lauriano, the exhibition remains on display at Villa Aymoré until September 28. On September 20, the winner of PIPA 2019 will be announced
(Rio de Janeiro, RJ) For the first time, the exhibition was held at Villa Aymoré, in Rio de Janeiro, with more than 500 guests. We had conversations with Berna and Jaime, and the performance of Cabelo. See the pictures of the best moments!
(New York, USA) “Aquarium” is an installation composed of elements in suspension and decorative motifs with precious and semi-precious stones. It was idealized in 2010, when The Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain invited contemporary artists to work in collaboration with the Ateliers Cartier, utilizing unused stones to create unique art pieces
(New York, NY) From the Yoruba worldview Moisés Patrício produced a series of drawings and paintings with references to African sculptures
(Montpellier, France) Until August 18, around 60 artists present some video works in which they discuss city lives, since everyday life to social or protest movements. The group show gathers Cinthia Marcelle and Jonathas de Andrade
(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. The exhibition ends on August 31st
(Kassel, Germany) In “Deserto-Modelo” he presents paintings, prints, light installations, slide projections and films portraying landscapes and seascapes
(Évora, Portugal) Works by other 180 artists, Brazilian and foreign ones, are shown, including sculpture, video, installation and performance
(Montbéliard, France) Jonathas de Andrade, Ricardo Basbaum, Cristina Ribas and OPAVIVARÁ! are the PIPA artists representing Brazil at the “(con)vivências” exhibition which ends on September 1st
Luiz Camillo Osorio, PIPA Institute curator, talks to Berna Reale, one of the PIPA 2019 finalists. They discuss the beginning of her artistic career, the representation of violence in her work, her production process and the possible expansions of her artistic projects.