This week we created four new pages of artists who were nominated for PIPA for the first time.
You can find images of works, videos and information about their careers visiting their pages.
Born in 1965 in Rio Grande, Rio Grande do Sul. Learns at his father’s Cabinetmaking to work with wood and other material, producing his toys and models of small towns in cardboard.
Recently had his third collaboration to Bienal do Merscosul with “Replikashelvesystem”, a sculpture/furniture to the Reading Room at Casa M, besides “Multipraça”, a set of three sculptures/furnitures as permanent works at SESC Bom Retiro.
Besides his activities as an artist, is a Professor of Sculpture at Universidade Federal de Pelotas.
The artist was born in Brasília (FD), and lives in Rio de Janeiro. Fernanda attended the School of Visual Arts of Parque Lage, and painting classes in Estácio de Sá. Fernanda studied photography in Ateliê da Imagem. In 2010, she completed a postgraduate degree in Art: Curator and Critic at PUC-SP.
“Not long ago, Fernanda Quinderé was known for her big paintings made of small squares, like pixels, with colors gradient, creating optical effects, reminiscent of the artwork of Vasarely and LeParc. Patiently, the artist calculated with acrylic paint different grading of light for a single color, and as if turning a volume button, made the center explode in light as the outskirts kept itself away from the white. Or vice-versa.”, says Paula Braga about Quinderé’s work.
The artists from Minas Gerais live in Rio de Janeiro and work with several medias such as installation, video, performance, sound installation, printmaking and silkscreen. On the duo’s page you can find images and information about their works, and also four videos made by them.
César was born in São Paulo in 1987, where he lives and works. He got his BFA at Fundação Armando Álvares Penteado (FAAP) in 2008.
He is still with his experimental production in several medias, but always with the objective of sharing the studio’s space with his friends and colleagues, in order to keep on discussing the process of the work in progress whenever it’s possible.
Visit Henrique César’s page to learn more abou the artist.