Since September 9, the PIPA Prize and Recent Acquisitions of PIPA Institute exhibitions have been on display at Paço Imperial, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. On the opening day, Luiz Camillo Osorio, curator of the PIPA Institute, and Lucrécia Vinhaes, founder and coordinator of the Institute and of PIPA Prize, conducted a guided visit to the exhibitions as part of the ArtRio VIP agenda.
This visit was turned into a video produced by Do Rio Filmes, which was divided in two parts that are available on our Youtube channel. Among other subjects approached in Part 1 are the mechanics of the Prize; the 2020 edition and the changes in 2021. In Part 2, Camillo talked about the works of the show, such as the flight of Daniel Beerstecher‘s caged birds; the photographs in close temporalities but distant spacialities by Yukie Hori and Inês Bonduki; the self-fictionality of Aleta Valente and the symbolic universe filled with ancestry of Ibã huni Kuin (Isaías Sales).
As Camillo stated,
“This clash of worlds that Brazil is, I think this is somehow the spirit of PIPA Institute”.
To visit the complete collection, called “Displacement”, click here.
Watch below the videos produced by Do Rio Filmes (subtitles in English are available):
Some of the works displayed on the collection’s exhibition were already discussed in the series of posts titled “Closer to PIPA: the artist speaks in the Institute collection”. Browse through the links to know more about these art pieces from explanations by the very artists:
- Closer to PIPA with Ana Frango Elétrico
- Closer to PIPA with Ana Paula Oliveira
- Closer to PIPA with André Griffo
- Closer to PIPA with Daniel Beerstecher
- Closer to PIPA with Yukie Hori and Inês Bonduki
And a reminder: the Prize and the Institute collection’s exhibitions will be at Paço Imperial until November 21, 2021.