Today, we release another five video-interviews with this edition’s PIPA Prize nominees. Talking inspirations, practices and career paths, the videos – which have been produced since the first edition of the award, in 2010 – have become an important source for documenting the creative process behind some of the most interesting names of Brazilian contemporary art. Check out Bruno Cançado, Francisco Magalhães, Ivan Grilo, Paul Setúbal and Virgínia Pinho’s video interviews in this post.
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Anita Schwarz Galeria de Arte inaugurated this week the exhibition “Molde” (“Cast”), “conversations around sculpture and the female body”. The exhibition features works in sculpture by 13 female artists of different generations, including four former PIPA Prize nominees: Carla Guagliardi, Daisy Xavier, Estela Sokol e Lais Myrrha.