In PIPA’s 10th edition, two artists were awarded in two categories: PIPA and PIPA Online. From 2019, the PIPA Popular Vote no longer counts as an award category and PIPA Online awards, from now on, only one artist, the most voted by the end of the second round. The winners and the respective awards were as followed:
PIPA Prize 2019 Winner
Nominated for the first time this year, Guerreiro do Divino Amor was chosen as the PIPA Prize 2019 Winner by the Award Jury. The artist, that had already received R$30,000.oo as a finalist and had donated an artwork to PIPA Institute, will receive an extra donation of R$ 30,000.00 as a winner. The money will be used to fund the development of a new project. Guerreiro proposed expanding his “Superfictions” research to other territories in Brazil. Having made films about some of the most influent Brazilian states, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Brasília, and most recently, Minas Gerais, Guerreiro now thinks of taking the “Superfictions” to Amazônia.
See the winner announcement post here.
Currently living in Rio de Janeiro, the amazonian-born artist Denilson Baniwa was the PIPA Online 2019 Winner. By the end of the 2nd round of voting, at July 21st 2019, Denilson had accumulated 1474 votes (followed by Agrippina Manhattan, with 1394 votes), taking first place and, thus, being the winner. The artist received a donation of R$ 15,000.00 and donated an artwork to PIPA Institute.
Watch the PIPA Prize 2019 winner’s announcement video: