Check out new pages of PIPA 2024 Participating Artists

In this fifteenth edition of PIPA Prize, there is a total of 62 Participating Artists – of which 50 were nominated for the first time – chosen by the Nominating Committee. As the last editions, the Prize is focused on a more recent production, being directed to artists who had their first solo or group exhibition no longer than 15 years ago. The Prize’s goal is to be a boost for artists at the beginning of their careers who develop distinguished works.

An important moment of every edition takes place with the creation of pages for each Participating Artist on the Prize’s websites (in English and in Portuguese): all participating artists have their own page, with images of works, texts, videos, information about the trajectory, among other contents. These pages that are being created now, added to the existing ones, constitute a source for research on Brazilian contemporary art, and can be later updated with the submission of more material by the artists, thus always being up to date with the new moments of each one’s production.

In addition to this content, the pages also have a videointerview offered by PIPA and carried out by the Do Rio Filmes production company, a format that allows the artists to present their work to the public in a closer and more personal way. In addition to the individual video, this year we prepared a compilation with short answers from artists to some questions about the artistic universe: challenges, inspirations, and routine, among other issues that cross the artists’ creative process.

Check out the first compiled video in the series below and then the page and video interview for each one:

Mari Nagem

Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 1984
Lives and works between New York, USA, and São Paulo, Brazil

Manuela Costa Silva

Goiânia, Brazil, 1993
Lives and works in Goiânia, Brazil

Gabriel Massan

Nova Iguaçu, Brazil, 1996
Lives and works in Berlin, Germany

Natan Dias

Vitória, Brazil, 1990
Lives and works in Vitória, Brazil

Maria Eugênia Matricardi

Cuiabá, Brazil, 1988
Lives and works in Brasília, Brazil

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