Guilherme Gutman is a psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, critic and curator in visual arts. He is also the author of “William James & Henry James: filosofia, literatura e vida” [William James & Henry James: philosophy, literature and life]. Film-Curation: the construction of another way of exhibiting images and sound Guilherme Gutman Translated by Chris Burden In the…
Conversation between Luiz Camillo Osorio, Isabela Souza (Elã – Escola Livre de Arte) and Aruan Braga (Imagens do Povo)
Both initiatives are part of the Observatório de Favelas and operate in the Complexo da Maré, in Rio de Janeiro. Their objective is to form, disseminate and produce art in peripheral territories
In the new text for the column, Camillo elaborates the self-fiction work by Aleta Valente, or Ex-miss Febem on Instagram. “Research here is doing without a defined method, in terms of trial and error, program and chance, play on the scene and poetic finding”
The article presents some important questions about how to authorize and deauthorize historical facts and narratives – against the background of the current context of the pandemic and the viral dimension of fake news
“Is this the Unconscious? Search me.”, by Guilherme Gutman in dialogue with Luiz Camillo Osorio’s last text
Gutman, who conducts research in the area of intersection between psychoanalysis, psychopathology, philosophy, and art, discusses in “Is that the Unconscious? Search me.” the idea of the “indeterminacy of the strong aesthetic experience”, that “knowledge there” raised by Camillo.
In the new critical text, Luiz Camillo Osorio, curator of the PIPA Institute, discusses the “place of art”. Analyzing the possibilities of aesthetic experience, Camillo argues that the viewer’s perspective must be one of displacement, of “being shifted from one’s place towards the not knowing”. In this shift, there is an inclination of the individual towards another (unexpected) knowledge that is presented by the artist. Read the full text!
The curator of PIPA Institute and the founding director of Casa Daros, in Rio de Janeiro, Hans-Michael Herzog, met in September 2018 and discussed the importance and visibility of Latin American art from the 1980s until today
After reading the biography of the writer and art critic John Berger, the PIPA Institute curator compares the politics of the 20th century (of ‘thinking the impossible’) with the 21st-century experience. This second one, according to the curator, configures somber times marked by the non-thought
In this text, PIPA Institute curator Luiz Camillo Osorio comments on the recent expansion of MoMA in New York, a reform with an investment of US$ 450 million. See what are the museum’s historical transformations to adapt to contemporary art, as well as Camillo’s view on the repositioning of the American museum
PIPA Institute curator talks to PIPA Online 2019 Winner, Denilson Baniwa. Originally from Amazonas and now based in Rio de Janeiro, Denilson Baniwa discusses, in this conversation, how his artistic practice and trajectory are related to his indigenous origin and how it exists in the context of the globalized contemporary art.