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The names of the artists nominated to participate in PIPA Prize 2022 were published from April 4th to April 8th.
View below the list of PIPA Prize 2022 artists so far:
PIPA Prize 2022 Nominees
In order to participate in PIPA Prize, the artist must be nominated at least once by a member of this year’s Nominating Committee.
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 15 years ago. The Prize’s goal is to be a boost for artists at the beginning of their career, with a distinguished work.
Each of the 25 members of the PIPA 2021 Nominating Committee nominated up to three artists. In total, 66 artists were nominated, 49 of which were nominated for the first time this year. They are visual artists from all regions of Brazil (some are Brazilians living abroad) whose practice incorporates all media: from painting, photography, installation to video, performance and others.
Once they have sent materials, the artists who will participate in PIPA Prize 2022 will be featured with profile pages on our websites, adding to the other artists who have already participated in at least once the 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 to record an exclusive interview, including artists who have participated in previous editions.
PIPA Prize 2022 Categories
- PIPA Prize – The PIPA Prize Board will choose four artists from the nominees, amongst those who confirm their participation in PIPA Prize 2022. These four Awarded Artists will participate in a group exhibition at Paço Imperial do Rio de Janeiro. Each one will receive a donation of R$20,000.
- PIPA Online – It happens in two rounds and each of the two most voted artists receives a donation of R$5.000.
To know more about the thirteenth edition of the Prize, access: