View the complete list of artists chosen by the Nominating Committee who are part of PIPA Prize’s eighth edition.
Read the complete list of PIPA Prize 2017 participating artists:
(Click on the names to see the page of artists who participated in previous editions)
Ana Luisa Santos
Ana Mazzei (PIPA Prize nominee in 2014 and 2015)
Arjan Martins (PIPA Prize nominee in 2010, 2011, 2014 and 2016)
Bárbara Wagner (PIPA Prize nominee in 2010)
Carla Guagliardi (PIPA Prize nominee in 2010)
Celina Portella (PIPA Prize nominee in 2013)
Éder Oliveira (PIPA Prize nominee in 2015)
Fabrício Lopez (PIPA Prize nominee in 2010)
Felipe Meres (PIPA Prize nominee in 2016)
Gustavo von Ha (PIPA Prize nominee in 2015)
Ivan Grilo (PIPA Prize nominee in 2012 and 2014)
Jorge Luiz Fonseca
Jorge Menna Barreto (PIPA Prize nominee in 2015)
Luísa Nobrega (PIPA Prize nominee in 2016)
Mara De Carli
Maria Laet (PIPA Prize nominee in 2010, 2011 , 2012 and 2016)
Marina Camargo (PIPA Prize nominee in 2016)
Orlando da Rosa Farya
Paloma Bosquê (PIPA Prize nominee in 2015 and 2016)
Pedro França (PIPA Prize nominee in 2016)
Raïssa de Góes (PIPA Prize nominee in 2015)
Regina Parra (PIPA Prize nominee in 2010)
Renato Pera (PIPA Prize nominee in 2014)
Rodrigo Garcia Dutra (PIPA Prize nominee in 2015 and 2016)
Romy Pocztaruk (PIPA Prize nominee in 2015)
Sofia Borges (PIPA Prize nominee in 2010, 2014 and 2015)
Tiago Carneiro Da Cunha
Tony Camargo (PIPA Prize nominee in 2010 and 2011)
Ulysses Bôscolo de Paula
Vicente de Mello
Vijai Patchineelam (PIPA Prize nominee in 2015)
Promoting the artists
Every artist who were nominated in any edition has a page in our website (see the Portuguese version: www.premiopipa.com). The nominated artists that took part in previous editions were invited to send us materials (photos, videos and texts) for updating their pages. Artists who participate of PIPA Prize for the first time this year are sending contents for the creation of their pages.
All the participants will have the opportunity to record an interview. The purpose of these interviews is to get to know the artists, their careers and process, beside creating an useful archive for Brazilian Contemporary Art research. The participating artists will also have bilingual pages in PIPA’s Catalogues, distributed for free to Brazilian and foreign professionals. The catalogues can also be downloaded in our website.
What are the artists running for?
PIPA Prize 2017 awards artists in three categories:
PIPA = Main category, in which only the four finalists chosen by PIPA Board participate. The winner is defined by the Award Jury. Winner receives R$130,000 and, part of this value is destined to finance an international artistic residency programme.
PIPA Popular Vote Exhibition = Also exclusive for finalists. This category donates R$ 24,000 to the most voted artist at the Finalists Exhibition at MAM-Rio.
PIPA Online = Category in which every artist participating on the edition can take part.The voting happens online and the winner is the most voted by the public. The winner receives R$ 10,000. The runner up on the online voting receives R$ 5,000.
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