PIPA Prize 2016 Catalogue | Available for free download

PIPA Prize catalogues can be downloaded for free in a PDF format directly at our website. Every edition’s books, from 2010 to 2015, are already available to download. This edition’s catalogue was recently added, with 6.9 Mb.

PIPA 2016 catalogue contains 211 pages. This year, it includes a diagram explaining the dynamic of the Prize and also features additional pages with images of the works of the finalists and nominees (with texts both in Portuguese and English).

Diagram PIPA

In addition to the artist’s pages, you can find general information about the Prize, texts by the Curators Luiz Camillo Osorio – PIPA Institute, Fernando Cocchiarale – MAM-Rio and from PIPA’s Board members. There is also an evaluation of the proposal of the Living Areas of the exhibition in 2015, coordinated by the art educators Virginia Motta e Jean Diêgo Soares. See in the example below the English version of Luiz Camillo Osorio’s text:

text by luiz camillo osorio


In the book, there is also a space dedicated to the results and images from the 2015 edition, such as artworks donated by the winners and finalists, statistics about the nominees along the Prize’s seven years. View on the examples below images of donated artworks, from the Living Area and two pages with statistics.

In order to download the catalogue, access our website home and – on the right column – scroll down to “Download” (signalised in red in the image below), right below “Events”. Click on the chosen catalogue and the download will start automatically.



The seventh edition of PIPA Prize 2016 exhibition is currently on view at MAM-Rio until November 13th. For more information about PIPA 2016, the finalists and the categories in which they are competing for, click here.  The voting for the category PIPA Popular Vote Exhibition will take place until October 30th at MAM-Rio. The winner of PIPA Popular Vote and the winner of PIPA will be announced on November 2nd and 9th, respectively, only on our websites.

PIPA 2016 – with Clara Ianni, Gustavo Speridião, Luiza Baldan and Paulo Nazareth.
On view through November 13th
PIPA Popular vote until October 30th

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