PIPA 2014 Nominees | 3rd Bulletin

This is the third bulletin with the nominated artists for PIPA 2014, of a total of 15 bulletins.
Tomorrow we will publish three more bulletins.

As in the previous editions, we announce the nominees in daily bulletins, to highlight every nominated artist. The bulletins are published exclusively at our website, always at 11am, 3pm and 7pm (GMT-3). The order in which the names are shown is not indicative of ranking and the names were randomly selected among the nominees.

The artists who run for PIPA, are chosen by the members of the Nominating Committee 2014, which this year was composed by 31 art experts.
Each Committee member appointed up to 3 artists, having in mind PIPA’s goal of rewarding artists with recent trajectory, with work already in evidence, consistent and promising.

We will publish all the names sent by the members of the Nominating Committee 2014.

Only the nominated artists that sign the Term of Participation and accomplish all the requirements of PIPA Coordination within the terms fixed, are considered Participating Artists and may run for the awards.

Please read below the nominees for this 3rd bulletin:

  • Layla Motta
  • Maiana Redin
  • Otavio Schipper ( also nominated for PIPA 2010, 211,and 2012)
  • Sofia Borges (also nominated for PIPA 2010)
  • Ana Mazzei

We kindly ask to the artists whose names are listed above to get in touch through the email: premiopipa@gmail.com .

The artists whose names are underlined ( indicating link) have participated on PIPA previous editions, therefore have pages on our website. Click on the name of the artist to visit his/her profile page where you can find videos, pictures and texts about him/her.

Check out the previous bulletins:

– 1st bulletin – 03/24/2014, 11am

2nd bulletin – 03/24/2014 – 3pm

Tomorrow at 11am a new bulletin with more nominees.


PIPA respects the freedom of expression and warns that some images of works published on this site may be considered inappropriate for those under 18 years of age Copyright © Instituto PIPA