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  ARTNEXUS WEEKLY NEWS. December 23, 2011.
22/12/2011

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December 19 to 23, 2011


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Descubrimientos PHE

PhotoEspaña announce that its 2012 edition, to be held from May 30th through July 22nd in Madrid and Lisbon, will once again be curated by Gerardo Mosquera.

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Call

Call for Research Residence 2012-2013

In representation of the Conference of Public University Presidents (CRUMA), Madrid's Universidad Complutense, in collaboration with the Santander Bank.

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Award

Rufino Tamayo Biennial Prizes

The Rufino Tamayo Biennial opened at the MACO with the exhibition of the 51 works selected, among them those by the event's three prize winners.

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Exhibition

Archivos Privados

In commemoration of the 17th years of the Museo Soumaya, the Carlos Slim Foundation and Mexico's Association of Private Archives and Libraries present Archivos Privados.

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Biennial

SUR Biennial

The SUR Biennial, curated by Ronald López -executive director of Outpost Gallery- and co-founded by artist and professor Robert Miller.

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ART NOTES
 

Transurbaniac

Transurbaniac, an exhibition curated by Guillermo Santamarina, is presented as part of the Ghosts of Liberty cycle of shows at the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo (MUAC) of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.

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ARTNEXUS MAGAZINE
 

Solo Show

Roberto Huarcaya

Without taking into account the concept of punctum proposed by Roland Barthes-a seemingly irrelevant detail, unrelated to the purpose of composition, but one that eventually becomes essential to the image-

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Solo Show

Perla Krauze

UA gyroscopic, Dantesque, lyrical, and structured world was created by Perla Krauze, a subtle and powerful artist who approaches her artistic endeavor from multiple mediums.

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Solo Show

Oswaldo Ruiz

The photographs by Oswaldo Ruiz (Monterrey, Mexico, 1977), exhibited at the Galería Luis Adelantado in Mexico City, are imposing more for their quality as objects than for being representative of something else.

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