PIPA Podcast completes one year of existence in February and it is now back for a second season. The coming back episode of this new phase is a conversation about collecting with the guest Luiz Chrysostomo, who currently has a private collection of 1.500 artworks and is the chairman of the Museu de Arte do Rio’s (MAR) board, and with the participation of the PIPA Institute curator, Luiz Camillo Osorio.
Listen to the first episode of the second season now here or access it on the streaming platforms, such as Spotify and Apple podcast, or visit our Youtube channel called Prêmio PIPA. The audio is only available in Portuguese.
The main topic discussed was the importance that collecting has for the artistic circuit, and Chrysostomo also talked about the formation and the mutations of a collection, in addition to the need of preserving the works as a national memory.
All podcast episodes are being recorded remotely, through videoconference.