(Lisbon, Portugal) Pivô Gallery presents their second edition of “Rocambole”, a group show featuring the same artists as the first: Yuli Yamagata, Flora Rebollo and Thiago Barbalho.
(Hong Kong, China) The seventh edition of the international fair features 242 galleries from 36 countries, four of them from Brazil, from March 29th to 31st
(Venice, Italy) Lucas Arruda is amongst 36 other artists presenting a selection of pieces that have been historical markings in exhibitions since the opening of Punta della Dogana in 2009
Last week: Rosangela Rennó, Raquel Stolf and Ismael Monticelli in “Lost and found: Imagining New Worlds”
(Singapore) The link between contemporary art and history is explored by 10 artists chosen by the Brazilian curator Raphael Fonseca in “Lost and found: Imagining New Worlds” until April 10th
(Amsterdam, Netherlands) The duo shows Set To Go (2015), You Are Seeing Things (2016) and Holy Tremor (2017), three audiovisual projects that expo Brazilian music and dance typical genres, respectively frevo, “brega” and Brazilian gospel music
(Braga, Portugal) Jonathas De Andrade presents a video installation during the second edition of the Biennial of Contemporary Arts. In the film “O Peixe” [The Fish] a fishing village stages a kind of ritual: they cradle the fish in their arms until their timely deaths
(Colorado, USA) Artist Thiago Rocha Pitta and designer Hugo França join forces at the Boesky West Gallery and show Brazil’s magnificent nature and look into the origins of life until March 31st
Meet the 76 nominated artists for the tenth edition of the PIPA Prize, and the categories for which they’re running for and the respective prizes.
This is the fifteenth and last bulletin with names of the nominated artists to the PIPA Prize 2019. There have been 15 bulletins in total throughout the five days of announcements. There’ve been 3 daily announcements, from Monday till Friday (March 11th to 15th), always at 10 am, 2 pm and 6 pm (GMT). On this one, you’ll find out the last 5 names of the 76 nominated artists.
This is the fourteenth bulletin with names of the nominated artists to the PIPA Prize 2019. There will be 15 bulletins in total throughout the five days of announcements. There will be 3 daily announcements, from Monday till Friday (March 11th to 15th), always at 10 am, 2 pm and 6 pm (GMT). On this one, you’ll find out the names of 5 of the 76 nominated artists.