Today marks the beginning of the eighth edition of PIPA Prize. Created in 2010 in partnership with MAM-Rio, the Prize has become the “window into Brazilian contemporary art” by stimulating and giving visibility to the production of Brazilian contemporary art by promoting it inside the country and abroad. Throughout its eight years of existence, the Prize…
Second edition of “South-South” investigates the afterlife of the political revolution in the Global South
(Cape Town, South Africa) Following a series initiated in 2015, with “The Poetry in Between: South-South”, Goodman Gallery presents this weekend the exhibition “South-South: Let me begin again”, which unites artists from the Global South—places such as Cuba, Brazil, South Africa and others. Featuring artworks by 21 artists, including PIPA Prize 2016 winner Paulo Nazareth, the exhibition investigates how the progressive ideologies being embraced in these countries in the 1980s/1990s have unfolded or collapsed.
(New York, USA) “One of the most promising Brazilian artists of his generation” according to the New Museum, Jonathas de Andrade, finalist in the second edition of PIPA Prize, inaugurated this week his first solo museum exhibition in American soil. Curated by Natalie Bell, “Jonathas de Andrade: O Peixe” is named after the artist’s most recent work, “O Peixe”, also exhibited (and prayed) in the 32nd São Paulo Biennial.