We want to make Villa Aymoré a space that raises debates about the visual art. For this, we count on the participation of the PIPA Institute, the Jacaranda Art Platform and Club - an area dedicated to exhibitions of art of the most varied topics, where the curation is elaborated by the artists of the Club. Here, you can view the intervention public intervention over the historical façade by Iole de Freitas, and a site-specific produced by Henrique Oliveira taking over the entrance's staircase.
The Art Club is the house of a group of Brazilian artists who have as their objective to position Brazilian art in the international art circuit. They meet and promote talks and workshops, exhibitions and contemplate the role of the arts today.Check the magazine
Artworks at Villa Aymoré
Today, as you walk through the Villa Aymoré, you will find artworks set in our space. Each one intervening in a specific place, adapting to both exterior and interior architecture. The works found here come from a collective effort, among artists from the Jacaranda Art Club, the PIPA Institute and Villa Aymoré itself.Discover
We believe that art serves as an open space to discuss and experiment with new ideas and concepts. It has the power to bring people together and often anticipates the future, recording the most relevant discussions and innovations over the centuries.
The PIPA Institute was created in 2010 to support, help document and promote the development of Brazilian Contemporary Art. The PIPA Prize, the first initiative of the Institute, has become over the years much more than just an award.Check the website