(this page was last updated in July 2016)
PIPA Online 2014 happened in two rounds. The first round was from 20th through 27th of July, and the second round from 3rd through 10th of August.
Al nominees were invited to run the PIPA Online.
This year, for the first time, PIPA Online was split in two different awards:
– PIPA Popular Vote Online 2014, in which the winner was Diego de Santos, the most voted artist in the second round on the voting that happened here at the website.
He received a donation of R$5,000.
– PIPA Online 2014 – for this category only the top five voted artists, on the second round were running for. They were: Diego de Santos, Fernando Mendonça, Daniel Escobar, Toz and
Paulo Nimer Pjota.
The winner was decided by a jury based on their portfolio, their profile pages at PIPA’s websites and on a letter about their ideas about going to the residency at Sacatar. The members of the jury were: Augusto Albuquerque ( from Instituto Sacatar), Lucrécia Vinhaes ( Instituto IP and PIPA’s coordinator) and Luiz Camillo Osorio ( curator of Rio de Janeiro’s Museum of Modern Art and a PIPA Board member).
The winner was Paulo Nimer Pjota who received a donation of R$10,000 plus a two months residency program, in 2015, at Instituto Sacatar, in Bahia.
Watch the video to meet PIPA Online 2014 winner and listen to comments from Diego de Santos (PIPA Online Popular Vote 2014 winner), Augusto Albuquerque and Lucrécia Vinhaes.
Visit Paulo Nimer Pjota’s page to know more about the winner and see more images of his works and an interview.