Throughout this week (March 30th to April 3rd), we published daily bulletins, revealing the nominees for the 11th edition of PIPA. There are 72 nominated artists, amongst them, 53 participating for the first time, were chosen by this year’s Nominating Committee members.
View the complete list of PIPA Prize 2020 nominated artists:
(Click on the names to see the page of artists who participated in previous editions)
Adriano Costa (PIPA Prize 2012, 2013 and 2016 Nominee)
Alexandre Canonico (PIPA Prize 2017 Nominee)
Ana Prata (PIPA Prize 2017, 2018 and 2019 Nominee)
Anna Costa e Silva (Indicada ao Prêmio PIPA 2018 Nominee)
Bia Leite (PIPA Prize 2019 Nominee)
Dalton Paula (PIPA Prize 2017 and 2018 Nominee)
Davi de Jesus do Nascimento
Ding Musa (PIPA Prize 2012 Nominee)
Eder Muniz (Calango)
Gê Viana (PIPA Prize 2019 Nominee)
João Trevisan (PIPA Prize 2019 Nominee)
Lyz Parayzo (PIPA Prize 2017 Nominee)
Marcelo Cipis (PIPA Prize 2013 Nominee)
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Maxwell Alexandre (PIPA Prize 2019 Nominee)
Mayra Martins Redin
Paul Setúbal (PIPA Prize 2017 and 2019 Nominee)
Paulo Nimer Pjota (PIPA Online 2014 Winner and PIPA Prize 2014 and 2019 Nominee)
Pedro Victor Brandão
Randolpho Lamonier (PIPA Prize 2018 Nominee)
Ricardo Reis (erre erre)
Rodrigo Braga (Finalist and winner of PIPA popular vote 2012 and PIPA Prize 2011, 2014 and 2015 Nominee)
Shevan Oliveira Lopes
Thiago Honório (PIPA Prize 2010 Nominee)
Waleska Reuter (PIPA Prize 2014 Nominee)
Yuri Firmeza (PIPA Prize 2011, 2012, 2013, 2016 and 2018 Nominee)
PROMOTING THE ARTISTS
All nominated artists have a page at PIPA Prize websites (see the Portuguese version: www.premiopipa.com). The participants are invited to send material (photos, videos, and texts) to create their profile pages. Those who have already participated in previous editions may continually contribute with new content for their pages, keeping them updated. Besides the pages in the English and Portuguese sites, all the participants will have the opportunity to record a video interview. The purpose of these interviews is to get to know the artists, their careers and their work processes. This initiative, developed throughout the ten years of PIPA Prize, is forming an ever-growing and diverse database and research tool on contemporary Brazilian art.
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 on our website.
WHAT ARE THE ARTISTS RUNNING FOR?
The PIPA Prize 2020 honors artists in two categories:
PIPA = The main category of the Prize, in which only the four finalists, who are chosen by the Board can participate. Each of the four receives R$ 30,000 and takes part at PIPA Prize Finalists exhibition. The winner, defined by the Award Jury, receives more R$ 30,000 to develop a project or work to be presented to the PIPA Institute and the Jury. This project could be a publication, a commissioned work, a research trip, an artistic residence, a website or an exhibition.
PIPA Online = Category in which all the participating artists in the current edition are invited to run. The vote takes place on the Prize website and the winner, the artist who receives the most votes at the end of the second round, receives an extra donation of R$ 15,000.
The PIPA Online is scheduled to begin on the 26th of July.