Daily Archives: August 7, 2015


PIPA Online 2015 has 9 artists participating on the second round

The artists are running for two categories: PIPA Online and PIPA Online Popular. The prize is a total of R$18 thousand Reais plus an artistic residency programme at Sacatar Institute, in Bahia, Brazil. On Sunday, 9th August, the voting ends. On 10th August, PIPA Online Popular winner (the most voted artist by the public) is announced. PIPA Online winner’s announcement will take part on 21st August. Read the participating artists profile and vote until Sunday.


Iole de Freitas presents brand new and simultaneous solo exhibitions in Rio de Janeiro

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Celebrating the 70th anniversary of the artist, Iole de Freitas is on view with “O peso de cada um” [“The weight of each one”], curated by Ligia Canongia. The exhibition has four large scale sculptures that occupy the Monumental Space of MAM-Rio. Simultaneously, the second solo exhibition by the artist in a gallery in Rio de Janeiro happens, presenting seven brand new sculptures made of stainless steel.


In “Sul X North”, Felipe Cama deepens his interest in the digital image

(São Paulo, Brazil) The exhibition features a group of 11 polyptychs, which make up a set of about 90 images in total. Through this excess, the artist intends to represent the implications of the great quantity of information that we handle after the arrival of the internet, while making a parallel with the way Marianne North’s works are permanently displayed in her gallery in Kew Gardens, Great Britain, which fill the entire walls of the space.


On view | “Fire and forget”, group show with Clara Ianni and Marcelo Cidade

(Berlin, Germany) “Fire and forget” comes from military jargon, and is a term for weapons systems that are no longer used in direct combat with an enemy but are launched from a safe distance. The exhibition “FIRE AND FORGET. ON VIOLENCE” takes the military expression as the starting point for an examination of the conventional ideas about war and force. It is oriented towards the most visible agent of violence: weapons.

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