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Artifício, PIPA Prize’s new podcast!

In the first episode of the season, Luiz Camillo Osorio debates the most read text from his column in 2019: “Art, non-art and after art.” In the program, Camillo discusses the autonomy of the definitions given to what is currently classified as art – and by whom those denominations are made. The episode is only available in Portuguese

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Avaf participates in the group show “Brainwashed”, in Germany

(Munich, Germany) The exhibition intends to raise awareness about the mechanisms of manipulation and it is dedicated to the pop cultural phenomenon of the mainstream, which had it’s peak in the early 2000s. The participating artists expose commercial visual languages and their “contradictory promises, stereotypes and clichés”.

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“Cards on the Table”, solo show by Sara Ramo in Mexico

(Guadalajara, Mexico) The works displayed in the show are shaped in different medias, such as sculptures, collages and interventions inspired by the “Theater of the Absurd” and that, as explained in the solo show’s release text, “evoke with critical eye the structures that have encouraged and continue to foster the current social and political tensions in Brazil and in the world”.

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Daniel de Paula’s first solo show in the Netherlands

(Amsterdam, Netherlands) The show “and materiality becomes nothing but a mere representation of a structure of dominance” presents a series of objects and works that give continuation to the artists ongoing investigations towards infrastructure and the production of geographical space understood as the reproduction of violent practices that are fundamental to capitalist production.

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