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  ARTNEXUS WEEKLY NEWS. May 20,2011.
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May 16 to 20, 2011


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IILA-FotoGrafía IILA-FotoGrafía Prize

The Instituto Italo-Latino Americano announces the fourth edition of the IILA-FotoGrafía Prize, a competition also organized with the collaboration of Zètema, in Rome, Italy, and the Inter-American Development Bank's Cultural Center in Washington, DC.

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Event

Online Seminar "To Observe, to Think, to Write: Criticism in the Visual Arts"

From May 23 to July 31 of 2011, the Instituto de Estudios Críticos will present the online seminar entitled "To Observe, to Think, to Write: Criticism in the Visual Arts." Moderated by Cuban independent art critic and curator, Juan Antonio Molina, the seminar will rely on a theoretical and practical methodology, to develop tools that will allow participants to improve, in an independent manner, abilities necessary for writing exhibition reviews, critiquing artworks, and creating essays on contemporary visual art themes.

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Project

Albo Program

Created in 2010 by the Fundación EPM in collaboration with the Museo de Arte Moderno in Medellin, with the goal of promoting a cultural intermediation platform that operates from current aesthetic practices, the Albo program represents the sole space in Colombia that encourages creation as well as the development of young artists working in site-specific contemporary art projects.

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The Netherlands, Guest Country to ARCO 2012

The ARCO 2012 committee, along with the embassy of The Netherlands and the Mondriaan Foundation, announced that The Netherlands will be the guest country at the Fair. Aimed at promoting Holland's art, the Mondriaan Foundation will participate in the process through several mediations.

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ART NOTES
 

Eugenio Dittborn

Eugenio Dittborn (1943) is one of the most influential contemporary artists in Chile today, and his air-mail paintings are his best known artistic production. The exhibition at the Museo de Artes Visuales presented to the local public, for the first time, an important group of these pieces, which have become better known through the media.

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Solo Show

Jaime Ruiz-Otis

The history and current reality in Tijuana is that of a drive-through town with extremely juxtaposed conditions. The border is not merely a symbol, a floating connotation, nor necessarily a metaphor. The border is a vindication that by relying on certain symbolism and being bent on surviving entrenched as a multivalent representation, it is feasible to remain unquestionably physical.

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Solo Show

Carlos Estévez

Carlos Estévez opened his first individual exhibition in Spain under the beautiful title of Itinerarium Mentis, at Luz y Suárez del Villar Gallery. This time around, the exhibition did not start from a commission-based curatorial thesis, but, on the contrary, supported its discursive operation on the recovery of the multiple itineraries of more than fifty works circulating around Europe as the memory of the artist's previous shows.

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Solo Show

Alexandro Jodorowsky

The Gabinete Gráfico, a space devoted exclusively to the exhibition of the Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil's graphic-arts holdings, is presenting a selection of works by Alexandro Jodorowsky (Chile, 1929) centered around comic books and fantasy literature, two genres he has explored, among many others, throughout his varied and versatile trajectory.

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