Daily Archives: November 11, 2016


Third edition of JACARANDA magazine launches this Saturday at Villa Aymoré

(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) JACARANDA magazine, created by the artist Raul Mourão to promote Brazilian contemporary art in the international circuit, launches its third number this Saturday, November 12th. The event will take place at the Jacaranda art space, located at Villa Aymoré, and also marks the last days to visit the group show “Indelével”, featuring artworks by PIPA Prize 2015 winner Virginia de Medeiros and PIPA Prize nominees Maria Laet and Lenora de Barros.


“Question the Wall Itself”, group exhibition with Jonathas de Andrade

(Minneapolis, USA) “Question the Wall Itself” examines ways that interior spaces and décor can be fundamental to the understanding of cultural identity. The exhibition will feature works by 23 international, multigenerational artists who explore the political and social dimensions of interior architecture as well as its complicated relationship to history and their own backgrounds. Avant Museology, a two day symposium, will be held in parallel to the exhibition on November 20th & 21st. On November 20th, PIPA 2011 finalist, Jonathas de Andrade, and Visual Arts Curator at the Walker Arts Centre, Adrienne Edwards, will discuss the ways in which his bodies of work interrogate social, economic, and political systems, often through fugitive acts that rely on and articulate the fleeting dimensions of memory, history, mythology, and desire.


Cinthia Marcelle participates in the Biennale de l’Image en Mouvement 2016

(Geneva, Switzerland) PIPA Prize 2010 finalist and nominee in 2013, Cinthia Marcelle, will participate in The Biennale de l’Image en Mouvement 2016. The event will present 27 new productions, performances and feature films. The 2016 edition marks the return of the international competition, which was held during the first editions of the Biennale. “BIM Special Projects: Generations” is a prize aimed at encouraging young film directors studying in prestigious local and international art and cinema schools. The winner will receive a grant for the creation of a new work, which will be presented during the next edition of the Biennale.


Carla Zaccagnini participates in the Nanjing International Art Festival

(Nanjing, China) Carla Zaccagnini, PIPA Prize 2012 nominee, participates in the third edition of the Nanjing International Art Festival (NJIAF), an annual art festival that takes place in Nanjing, in the province of Jiangsu, China. An hour away from Shanghai, the festival happens in the southern part of Nanjing, around the Baijia Lake development. Privately-run, the NJIAF is funded by the Baijia Lake International Culture Investment Group, which acts as a platform to support the development of artists and contribute to the growth of the art scene in Nanjing and China.

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