(Austin, US) The Brazilian artist was invited due to his studies on the “violent relations maintained between institutions of power and state control, such as the police, prisons, embassies, borders, and subjects, focusing on the ways in which these institutions shape the subjective processes of society”
(Sydney, Australia) Denilson Baniwa, last year’s winner of the PIPA Online, will be part of the 22nd edition of the Biennale of Sydney, one of the leading contemporary art events, and this year’s edition is called NIRIN (edge). The artist was invited by Brook Andrew to exhibit his work alongside other over 90 artists, and the curatorship, crew and artists are all of Indigenous origins.
On this new podcast episode, called “O MoMA e os novos caminhos de curadoria para os museus de arte moderna”, Luiz Camillo Osorio discusses the changes in MoMA’s curation project and the reasons that make, today, the institutions rethink the way they tell the history of Modern Art.
(New York, US) The Independent art fair, in New York, will receive 63 international galleries. A Gentil Carioca, which represents Arjan (PIPA Prize 2018 winner), is the only Brazilian on the list
(Marrakech, Morocco) The group show features works from a selection of emerging and established international artists who resonate strongly with some of the most pressing issues in the world today, such as ecology and the unequal distribution of wealth and power
(Madrid, Spain) From the image of the seed, the exhibition curated by Isabella Lenzi approximates times and merges the animal with the vegetable and the mineral to question human interaction with the nature
(Madrid, Spain) Both artists were invited to form a duo for an exhibition at ARCO, in Madrid, what resulted in an intense exchange between them that began in the middle of 2019, the year prior to the show
With great joy, we are proud to announce the 11th edition of the PIPA Prize. Check out the news for this year!
Artifício’s second episode has Guerreiro do Divino Amor as the guest. The artist, winner of PIPA Prize 2019, talks about his origins, main artworks, creative process, curiosities and plans for the future.
(Paris, France) The group show questions contemporary times, a world increasingly saturated with images, where “(the number of images) is growing so exponentially – today more than three billion images shared every day on social networks – that the visibility space seems to be literally overwhelmed”