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Paulo Nimer Pjota

This first monograph on Paulo Nimer Pjota, profusely illustrated and collecting several essay and a long conversation between the Brazilian artist and Kiki Mazzucchelli, takes stock at Nimer Pjota’s signature condensation of pictorial concerns and life lessons. His layered works, like modern, rough palimpsests, are testaments to the artist’s collapsing of high with low, society and history with the personal and the marginal, often told through readymade details and objects that Nimer Pjota corrals in front of the wall pieces. Co-published with Cobogó

Texts by Germano Dushá, Claudia Rodriguez Ponga Linares, Thierry Raspail. Conversation between Paulo Nimer Pjota and Kiki Mazzucchelli

 

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