We celebrate the twelfth edition with new goals and a new format, but with the same mission of fomenting Brazilian contemporary art
The sixth edition of Art Basel’s online viewing rooms will take place between March 24 and 27th in a completely virtual environment. This edition is dedicated to artists who have broken new ground in terms of their aesthetics, conceptual approach, socio-political themes, and use of mediums.
Listen now to “Arte Urbana” (Urban Art, with Panmela Castro): the third episode of PIPA Podcast’s second season
The artist talked about the beginning of her career and about her relationship with the urban space, which made her be considered “queen of Brazilian graffiti”
The video “circulação” (2019) is articulated to a sculpture, a lithograph, and to the film “Andrei Rublev” (1966) by Andrei Tarkovsky
(Brussels, Belgium) This exhibition shines a light on Borges’ interest in mythology, image-making and their relation to one another, explored through photography
The event invited dozens of artists, film directors and scholars from all over the world to participate in the exhibition, screenings, academic forums and location-specific art projects
Three Brazilian galleries participate in the online exhibition, in which women artists show their works on the online platform Vortic
The PIPA 2020 Board announces the decisions made to conclude the Prize’s eleventh edition
The publication includes interviews with the finalists – Gê Viana, Maxwell Alexandre, Randolpho Lamonier and Renata Felinto – and with the winner of PIPA Online 2020, Isael Maxakali, by the curador of PIPA Institute, Luiz Camillo Osorio, as well as a series of critical texts, artwork images and more!
Unfortunately, there was a mistake on page 108, in which the critical text about Renata Felinto’s work starts. Instead of putting the name of the author of the text, Fabiana Lopes, the translator’s name (Portuguese to English) was inserted