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"Lung of the mine", installation by Luana Vitra. Credit: Levi Fanan/Fundação Bienal de São Paulo

35th São Paulo Biennial: Luana Vitra

Iron is the backbone of Luana Vitra's research and magnetizes the installation she created especially for the 35th São Paulo Biennial. The element – ​​accompanied by other metals such as...

PIPA 2022 Prize Winners Exhibition opens at Paço Imperial

Bringing together works by Coletivo Coletores, Josi, UÝRA and Vitória Cribb, the show will be on display from September 1 to October 30 at the institution in Rio de Janeiro.
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PIPA Prize 2021: from ancestry to new technologies

PIPA 2021 awards Castiel Vitorino Brasileiro, Denilson Baniwa, Ilê Sartuzi, Marcela Bonfim and Ventura Profana, pointing out poignant issues in Brazilian contemporary art

What to visit in Rio de Janeiro during ArtRio week?

For the days of the fair, which opens on September 8, we have prepared an itinerary of visits to institutions and galleries with the main in-person exhibitions on display in the state capital; check out
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PIPA Award announces winners of the 2021 edition and opens exhibition at Paço Imperial

Castiel Vitorino, Denilson Baniwa, Ilê Sartuzi, Marcela Bonfim and Ventura Profana are the five selected this year; winners of the 2020 edition will exhibit at the Paço Imperial from September 9

A work that helps to “clear” the Maxakali people

Winner of the 2020 edition of Pipa Online, Isael Maxakali portrays in films, drawings and animations the culture of his people, who today live in a critical situation in five villages in the northwest of Minas Gerais.

Isael Maxakali is the winner of the 2020 PIPA Online Award

Artist of indigenous origin, who will receive the R$ 15 award, is the author of a series of films and drawings that present aspects of the culture of the Tikmū'ūn, from Minas Gerais
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PIPA Online Prize begins its first voting phase

The first round of the awards, entirely on the web, will take place until August 2nd and will select among 56 participating artists; the winner will receive a donation of R$ 15.000,00 from the PIPA Institute
Denilson Baniwa. Photo: Disclosure

Denilson Baniwa wins PIPA Online Award

Berna Reale, Cabelo, Guerreiro do Divino Amor and Jaime Lauriano compete for the 2019 main prize and will participate in an exhibition in Rio between August and September
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Art does not disconnect from life

Interview with one of the exponents of indigenous representation in the visual arts