From October 16 to December 17, applications are open for The PIPA Foundation’s residency project in partnership with Chelsea College of Arts and TrAIN at UAL, for Brazilian curators at the beginning of their careers (up to 35 years old).
The successful candidate will spend four weeks in London, from July 15 to August 12, 2024, where they will have the opportunity to develop their curatorial research, with access to the world’s leading museums, art galleries and libraries.
At the end of the residency, the candidate will present their project, write an article for the Institute’s website, and take part in the PIPA Prize nomination committee the following year.
This is the first initiative of The PIPA Foundation, which was born as a natural evolution of the PIPA Institute, created in 2009, which aims to document and promote the vibrant world of Brazilian artistic expression. The PIPA Foundation is committed to promoting the growth and recognition of Brazilian contemporary art beyond Brazil’s borders – with the common goal of supporting artists, facilitating their development and presenting their outstanding creations to a diverse international audience.
The residency program also includes various benefits for the researcher. See more details and apply here.