This is the fifteenth bulletin announcing the names of the artists who were nominated to participate in PIPA Prize 2021.
We kindly request that all artists listed in this bulletin to please contact PIPA’s Coordination at email@example.com
The following artists have been nominated to participate in PIPA Prize 2021:
- Adriana Moreno
- Ivã Coelho
- Isaías Sales / Ibã huni Kuin (PIPA Prize 2016 Nominee)
- Kika Carvalho
This year the Prize decided to focus on more recent production, so the Nominated Artists must have had their first solo or group exhibition no longer than 10 years ago. The Prize’s goal is to be a boost for artists at the beginning of their career, with a distinguished work.
After being nominated, the artists who want to participate in the 12th edition of the PIPA Prize must send the material asked by the PIPA Prize coordination in the scheduled deadline in order to be able to run for the following awards:
- PIPA Prize – The PIPA Prize Board will choose five artists from the nominees, amongst those who confirm their participation in PIPA Prize 2021. These five Selected Artists will participate in a virtual exhibition with new features on the Prize’s websites and social media, producing new content for the event. The idea is for the Selected Artists to show their artworks, without establishing a competition between the five of them. Each one will receive a donation of R$10,000.
- PIPA Online – It happens in two rounds and each of the two most voted artists receives a donation of R$5.000.
The nominee’s names will be published in separate bulletins to highlight each of the nominated artists.
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The order of the names is random and does not indicate classification.
To know more about the twelfth edition of the Prize, access: