(Mons, Belgique) The duo of artist-designers Sofie Lachaert and Luc D’Hanis gather in the manner of the cabinet of curiosities historical pieces, plastic arts and applied arts to make them speak the same language, that of the memento mori (Remember that you are going to die)
(Rome, Italy) OPAVIVARÁ! makes their debut show “Bevete Più Latte” (Drink More Milk) with Magazzino Gallery in Rome, Italy. The art collective from Rio de Janeiro created a liquid proposal that will be open to visitors from September 27th through November 20th.
(New York, NY) Luiz d’Orey’s new exhibition, “Rumor”, investigates the presence of public opinion in spaces that were once occupied only by big broadcasting companies, and it presents a new series of paintings, a video and a sound installation. The artist, a PIPA 2019 nominee, is also interested in reflecting on our digital existence.
(London, UK) Exploring how contemporary practitioners have been drawn to the social, utopian and transgressive aspects of Bauhaus history, “Bauhaus: Utopia in Crisis” brings up 15 artists who critically re-think its legacy, a century since the founding of the Bauhaus school
(Zurich, Switzerland) Curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist, the project started in Denmark and will continue to develop in Zurich until reaching 100 posters by the end of January 2020 and then being shown during the Luma Days 2020 in Arles
(New York, NY) Alice Miceli, winner of PIPA Prize 2014, presents an exhibition of Projeto Chernobyl (Chernobyl Project) at Americas Society gallery, in New York. The artist developed a method of image making to document the enduring effects of the Soviet nuclear plant explosion of April 26, 1986.
(London, UK) Multiple Brazilian artists will participate in Frieze London, one of the world’s most influential contemporary art fairs that takes place every October in The Regent’s Park. It is one of the few fairs to focus only on contemporary art and living artists.
(Pueblo Garzón, Uruguay) CAMPO AIR offers one-month residencies twice a year in the Uruguayan spring and fall for up to eight artists. This year, Thiago Honório participates in the residency program, nominated by Gabriel Peréz-Barreiro, Patricia Druck and Heidi Lender
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Saturday 28th is the last day to check out the exhibition with Berna Reale, Cabelo, Guerreiro do Divino Amor and Jaime Lauriano at Villa Aymoré. Luiz Camillo Osorio will lead a conversation and, at 6 pm, we will launch the PIPA 2019 catalog
PIPA Institute curator talks to PIPA Online 2019 Winner, Denilson Baniwa. Originally from Amazonas and now based in Rio de Janeiro, Denilson Baniwa discusses, in this conversation, how his artistic practice and trajectory are related to his indigenous origin and how it exists in the context of the globalized contemporary art.