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  ARTNEXUS WEEKLY NEWS. October 08, 2011.
06/10/2011

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October 3 to 7, 2011


Call

Call for researchers and artists

The Latin American Thought section of the Cordoba government's Secretary of Culture is calling independent researchers and artists to apply for the Research Support Program, intended to provide financial support.

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Event

Entijuanarte 2011

The seventh edition of Entijuanarte / creative border, a highly regarded cultural festival in Mexico's northeast, will be held October 3-9. This year, the State of Jalisco will be the guest of honor.

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Event

1st Multiple Art Forum

The 1st Multiple Art Forum, organized by ESTAMPA Fair and Telefónica Foundation, is a meeting for specialized professionals who, with their interventions, will generate a debate among participants and with the attending public.

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Exhibition

Transcultural Pilgrim: Three Decades of Work by José Bedia

Through January 8th, 2012, the Fowler Museum at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) is presenting Transcultural Pilgrim: Three Decades of Work by José Bedia.

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Exhibition

Emilio Sánchez in the Bronx

This has been a good year for the late artist Emilio Sanchez. A major monograph on Sanchez was published this year, and through the efforts of the Emilio Sanchez Foundation a large number of the artist's.

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ART NOTES
 

Wrestling with the Image: Caribbean Interventions

On February 3, 2011, Edouard Glissant, one of the most important writers of the French Caribbean, died at age 82. Born in Martinique in 1928, Glissant moved to Paris in 1946 to study at the Sorbonne.

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Solo Show

Mika Rottenberg

Squeeze is the title of the most recent exhibition by Argentine artist Mika Rottenberg at the Mary Boone Gallery in New York, presented from October 13 through December 18, 2010, in collaboration with the Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery.

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Solo Show

Christian Cravo

Cravo is the last name of a family of Brazilian artists renowned and respected in Brazil and around the world. A poetic sculptor, Mario Cravo Junior is the eldest member of a dynasty of artists that also includes son Mario Cravo-Neto (1949-2009), a sculptor and photographer, and grandson Christian Cravo.

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Solo Show

Yoan Capote

The degree of Yoan Capote's social-political consciousness emerges through, although is not fully contained by, a solo exhibition. Experiencing his individual works one at a time tends to place an emphasis on humor, individual creativity or even vernacular culture.

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