Artists 2018

(this page was last updated in March 2018)

The names of the artists nominated to participate in PIPA Prize 2018 were published from February 19th-23rd. We have published all the names sent by the Nominating Committee. composed of 27 contemporary art experts. Only the artists who fulfil the requirements sent by PIPA’s Coordination, within the established due date, will be considered Participating Artists and allowed to compete in the three categories of the Prize.

View below the complete list of PIPA Prize 2018 participating artists:

Ana Ruas

(PIPA Online Popular Vote 2015)

Arjan Martins

Finalist 2018,
PIPA Popular Vote 2018,
PIPA Winner 2018)

Eduardo Berliner

(Finalist 2011)

Laercio Redondo

(Finalist 2013)

Luciana Magno

(PIPA Online 2015)

Romy Pocztaruk

Finalist 2018)

Thiago Martins de Melo

(Finalist 2014)

Vivian Caccuri

Finalist 2018)

PIPA Prize 2018 Nominees

In order to participate in PIPA Prize, an artist must be nominated at least once by a member of this year’s Nominating Committee. The 27 members of the Nominating Committee nominated at least three artists each.

There is a total of 73 nominees this year, 36 of which are being nominated for the first time. They are visual artists whose practice incorporates all media from painting, photography, installation, video, performance and others, from all regions of Brazil, foreign artists who reside in Brazil or Brazilians artists who reside abroad.

Once they have sent materials, the artists who will participate in PIPA Prize 2018 will be featured with profile pages on our websites, adding to the 335 artists who have already participated in at least once previous edition of the Prize. The profile pages include information on their careers, images of their works and video interviews. Furthermore, the artists are able to send information on exhibitions and events in which they participate, which are also featured on the events section of PIPA’s websites.

All nominees will be invited, by a production house, to record exclusive interviews, including artists who have participated in previous editions.

PIPA Prize 2018 Categories

Following the publication of their names, the artists will need to sign the terms and conditions of the Regulation and comply with the deadlines established by PIPA’s Coordination, in order to become a participating artist in the eight edition of the Prize.

In June of this year, PIPA’s Board will choose four finalists to participate in a group exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art of Rio de Janeiro (MAM-Rio). The four finalists will be the only artists eligible to compete in the following categories:

  • PIPA – the winner, elected by the Award Jury, will receive a donation of R$130,000, part of this value (approximately 20%) will be used to fund a residency artistic programme at Residency Unlimited, New York, for a period of three months.
  • PIPA Exhibition Popular Vote – the winner, elected by the general public throughout the duration of PIPA’s exhibition at MAM-Rio, will receive a donation of R$24,000.

All PIPA Prize 2018 participating artists are eligible to compete in the following category:

  • PIPA Online – the artist with the highest number of internet votes will receive R$10,000. The runner up will receive R$5,000.

To learn more about PIPA Prize 2018, access:

Board | Regulation | Nominating Committee | Calendar 

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