Watch more video interviews by artists nominated for the tenth edition of the PIPA Prize, produced by Do Rio Filmes and published this week. In the videos you’ll learn more about the works, careers and inspirations of Antonio Bokel, Armando Queiroz, Daniel Jablonski, Luciana Paiva and Yuli Yamagata. Every week we will release new video interviews, so don’t forget to keep checking back for more!
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Antonio Bokel was previously nominated for the PIPA Prize in 2015. Since then we have added 12 new images of the artist’s work. In recent years, he has presented four solo exhibitions: “Nada Além das Palavras”, Galeria Matias Brotas, Vitória (2016), “Tudo que esta coberto”, galeria Aura, São Paulo (2017), “Inquiet(ação)”, AM galeria , Belo Horizonte (2018) and “Ver Rever”, Centro Cultura dos Correios, Rio de Janeiro (2018). Moreover, Antonio has participated in the group show “Point of View” / site specific, at the gardens of the “Palácio da Pena” in Sintra, Portugal (2016).
The last time Armando Queiroz was nominated for the PIPA Prize was in 2015. Before that, he was nominated in 2010, 2012 and 2014. Since his last nomination, we have added eight images of the artist’s new photographs. Between 2019 and 2015 Armando participated in two group shows: “Modos de ver o Brasil: Itaú Cultural 30 anos”, curated by Paulo Herkenhoff, Thais Rivitti and Leno Veras, in São Paulo, and “Bestiário” curated by Raphael Fonseca at the Centro Cultural de São Paulo.
Daniel Jablonski has been nominated for the PIPA Prize once before, in 2017. Since then, we have added images of his latest installation: “As coisas”, 2018. Over the last two years, the artist has taken part in three residencies: Pivô Art and Research, a six month residency in São Paulo (2018), Kaaysá Art Residency, a one month program as part of the SP-Art/Foto Prize in São Paulo (2019), and CSAV- Artists Research Laboratory a study group coordinated by the artists Ei Arakawa and Nora Schultz and curator Kasper König, at the Fondazione Antonio Ratti, in Como, Italy (2019).
Brasilia based artist, Luciana Paiva, was nominated for the PIPA Prize in 2011. We have added nine new images of the works the artist created in the last eight years. Since then, she has participated in a number of group exhibitions and has curated and organised events such as: DEStudo, curated in partnership with André Vecchi, at Galeria Fauga Ostrower in Brasilia (2015), FUGA, project in partnership with Dalton Camargos at the Alfinete Galeria e Ateliê Valéria Pena-Costa in Brasilia (2016-2017) and Breve, a project in partnership with Dalton Camargos in Brasilia (2018).
This is Yuli Yamagata’s second nomination, the first one was in 2018. Since the, we have added 13 new images of the artist’s work.