Ana Prata, Carla Borba, Letícia Lopes, Jaime Lauriano, Juliana Notari, Louise Botkay, Luiza Crosman,Maria Noujaim, Paulo Nimer Pjota talk abou their work and artistc trajectory in the new video interviews published this week
(New York, USA) The 2019 Nominating Committee Member curates the collective Dynamis, at Residency Unlimited, that presents five artists, including the also Brazilian one Chantal Feitosa
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) The opening of the artist who won the 2014 PIPA Prize brought together several special guests. Check out some pictures from the inauguration and read the text by Luiz Camillo Osorio, curator of the show commissioned by the PIPA Institute, on the individual
In this text, Camillo uses Tino Sehgal adhesion to Instagram as a hook for a discussion about art strategies to amid new technologies, and the fetishization of the work and its value, especially in the works of Sehgal
The PIPA Board selected four finalists out of the 67 participating artists. In the year that changes were made in order to give more equity to the four finalists, the 10th edition’s exhibition will be held for the first time at Villa Aymoré. Find out who the PIPA Prize 2019 finalists are!
Agrippina Manhattan, Alexandre Brandão, Anitta Boa Vida, Guerreiro do Divino Amor, Berna Reale, Gê Viana, Gokula Stoffel and João Trevisan talk abou their work and artistc trajectory in the new video interviews published this week.
(Zurich, Switzerland) The 21st edition of VIDEOEX, Switzerland’s only festival dedicated to experimental film and video, begins on the 25th of May and includes work of PIPA Artist Yuri Firmeza
(Miami, USA) “Melee” gathers a series of works that Nazareth has been developing in recent years, including drawings and photographs that mainly explore the history of discrimination against and segregation of Black bodies throughout the Americas
Watch some more video interviews and read the brand new artists pages for artists nominated for the 2019 PIPA Prize
(Seoul, South Korea) “Energy Flash” takes place in a vibrant underground venue in Itaewon, home to some of Seoul’s hottest nightlife, with 17 global artist who present around 20 installations, photographs and paintings