The 1st round of PIPA Online 2016 will begin midnight, from Saturday to Sunday. There are 63 artists participating and the public is responsible for choosing the winner. Only the artists who receive a minimum of 500 votes in the 1st round will move on to the 2nd round. View the artists who are participating and the award in which they are competing for.
Interview with Pipa 2016 Nominated Artists | Meet Adriana Vignoli, Ingrid Bittar and Marcone Moreira
This week, we released thre interviews with Pipa 2016 nominated artists: Adriana Vignoli, Ingrid Bittar and Marcone Moreira. Vignoli talks about her interest in space, displacement, the urban subject and landscape. Bittar recalls the beginning of her career and the evolution of her collages. Moreira talks about the influence of his birthplace in his work. Watch these exclusive interviews for PIPA Prize.
(New Mexico, USA) This year’s biennial, entitled “much wider than a line”, is an articulation of the interconnectedness of the Americas and various shared experiences such as the recognition of colonial legacies, expressions of the vernacular, the influence of indigenous understandings, and our relationship to the land.
In an exclusive interview, Luiz Camillo Osorio, Curator of PIPA Institute, spoke to Alice Miceli, PIPA 2014 winner, about themes related to image and its political effects, and the limits and displacements of what we transform in images of a world saturated by spectacularization.
(Washington, D.C., USA) The exhibition is a new rehanging of the third-level permanent collection galleries. Featuring more than 75 works in virtually all media, the show includes the museum’s strong holdings of 20th century masters, alongside more recent works. The show conveys the ever-evolving nature of the museum’s collection, and seek to draw out new insights in the juxtaposition of old and new.