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  ARTNEXUS WEEKLY NEWS February 18th, 2011
25/02/2011

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Contests & Awards

Pablo Cardoso

Pablo Cardoso will be living for three months in the region of Lombardy, in Italy. There, he will participate in an artistic residency he has just been granted by the Rockefeller Foundation, as he will work on the development of a new artistic proposal.

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Exhibition

"Collecting Contemporary Art"

Until May 14th, 2011, "Collecting Contemporary Art" will be on exhibit at ASU Art Museum (Arizona State University Art Museum). This collection is composed of diverse works by recognized artists of different nationalities, with the majority being Latin Americans. The compilation of mixed media works relate to and provoke social themes.

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Event

2nd International Biennial of Sculpture in Guadalajara

The 2nd International Biennial of Sculpture in Guadalajara is an important referent for the projection of contemporary art through its three-dimensional modality.

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Distinctions & Appointments

Deborah Cullen, Chief Curator of the 3rd edition of TrienalPoli/Grafica, Puerto Rico 2012

Deborah Cullen, current director of Curatorial Programs at El Museo del Barrio, New York, has been appointed as the Chief Curator of the 3rd edition of the TriennialPoli/Grafica de San Juan, America Latina y el Caribe in April 2012.

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Exhibition

Beatriz Milhazes at Fondation Beyeler

Brazilian artist Beatriz Milhazes, one of the most regarded woman artist from the international art scene, will present her first solo exhibition in Switzerland at Fondation Beyeler.

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ART NOTES
 

Para ser construidos

Prescription-like paradigms for visualizing the culture of others always fail us when it comes to designing new rhetorical devices of "comprehension," "approximation," or "intromission" in that cultural plasma is always preceded by the concept or premise of otherness.

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Solo Show

Miguel Fernández

Zhuangzi, one of Taoism¿s founding thinkers, explained that the things of the world we believe are known to us exist only when we name them; yet in naming them we subtract them from the flow of the world.

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Solo Show

Aníbal Catalán

Our most immediate experience in this exhibition of Mexican painter Aníbal Catalán (Mexico City, 1973) most recent works is vertigo, the sensation of being immersed in infinitude.

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Solo Show

Luis González Palma

Luis González Palma has become one of the most sought after Latin American contemporary photographers. With an unmistakable and well-defined style he has been consistently producing work for the past twenty years.

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