Talles Lopes

(this page was last updated in April 2024)

Anápolis, Brazil, 1997
Lives and works in Anápolis, Brazil
Represented by Cerrado Galeria

PIPA Prize 2022 and 2024 nominee

Talles Lopes (1997) is an artist and architect who graduated from the State University of Goiás (UEG). He lives and works in Anápolis, a city in the interior of Goiás situated between the planned cities of Goiânia and Brasília. Reviewing archives, atlases, architectural projects and exhibition catalogs, the artist has dedicated himself to investigating the landscape built on the periphery of modern thought in Brazil, as well as the suspicious relationship between the imaginary of modernity and colonial heritage.

The artist has taken part in exhibitions such as the 12th São Paulo International Architecture Biennial (2019), the “Brazilian Stories” exhibition (2022) at MASP – Museu de Arte de São Paulo, as well as the “Concretos” exhibition (2022) at TEA – Tenerife Espacio de las Artes (Spain), and was also awarded the EDP Prize in the Arts (2020), held at the Tomie Ohtake Institute. He has been a resident artist at the Delfina Foundation in London (2022), the URRA Project in Buenos Aires (2023), at the IPA – Institute for Public Architecture (2023) and the Watermill Center (2024), both in New York.

Website: https://talleslopes.cargo.site/

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