(Mexico City, Mexico) The collective presents artists that explore the many possibilities of the drawing, ranging from the most traditional techniques, to the newest experimentations of formats and strategies.
(Kochi, India) “Mosquito Shrine” by the 2018 PIPA finalist Vivian Caccuri questions why mosquito´s noise cause such distress in tropical countries.
In its tenth year, PIPA Prize starts a new cycle with the intention of bringing new reflections and paradigms to the current Brazilian artistic scene. Amongst the important changes in 2019 are the strengthening of the partnership with Villa Aymoré and the adjustments in the awards.
The first text of the year of Luiz Camillo Osorio’s column discusses the autonomy of the definitions given to what is currently considered art – and by whom such denominations are made. Camillo reflects on the constant incorporation of new activities and practices, which for decades would not have been included in museums and galeries, taking as an example the group Forensic Architecture
(San Francisco, US) The fair is known for its focus on identifying and curating a selection of galleries, and artist-run exhibition spaces in dialogue with an architecturally designed venue
(London, UK) Until January 15th, contemporary emerging artists may apply to concur to the self-led professional development, artistic exchange and experimentation program, which must be evolved this year
(Chicago, US) The Brazilian artist is part of “PHOTOGRAPHY + BOOKS Out of the Retina, Into the Brain: The Art Library of Aaron and Barbara Levine”, an exhibition that gathers more than 7,000 artworks
(Rome, Italy) Cinthia Marcelle and Jonathas de Andrade participate on “THE STREET. Where the world is made”, in which multicultural artists determine how public actions, daily life, politics, the community, innovation, and the role of the institution are fundamental for understanding the new functions and identity of the modern-day street
(Porto, Portugal) Nine artists explore how ones bodies may “refuse the homogeneity of a neutralised mass by the tyranny of aesthetic and behavioural patterns, challenging us to think about the place left to individual identities and subjectivities in contemporary societies”, specially in Brazil
(Brisbane, Australia) Member of the PIPA Nominating Committee 2016 and 2018 and PIPA Jury award 2015, she plays with the simbolisms of space on the collective