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  ARTNEXUS WEEKLY NEWS. March 2, 2012.
02/03/2012

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February 27 to March 2, 2012


Call

4th Haroldo Conti Cultural Center for Memory Award-Visual Arts Category

The call is now open in Buenos Aires for the 4th Haroldo Conti Cultural Center for Memory Award in the category of Visual Arts.

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Distinction

Bernardo Laniado-Romero

A committee of experts at the Museu Picasso in Barcelona announced the selection of Ecuadorian Bernardo Laniado-Romero.

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Exhibition

Pablo Siquier

The exhibition entitled Siquier: Murals and Installations by artist Pablo Siquier, was recently inaugurated.

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Event

Montevideo Art Biennial

The first Uruguayan art biennial is set to debut on October 15, 2012. Under the theme "Big Sur", curator Alfons Hug.

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Restoration

Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney Set to Reopen

The Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney (MCA) is scheduled to reopen on March 29, 2012.

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ART NOTES
 

Ya sé leer: Image and Text in Latin American Art

Based on an idea by curator and art critic Elvira Rosa Castro-who worked in collaboration with three Cuban experts: Ibis Hernández, Margarita Sánchez, and Sandra Contreras.

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ARTNEXUS MAGAZINE
 

Monograph

Humberto Vélez

Deeply conscious of political reality, Vélez uses his medium not to illustrate or denounce injustice, but to orchestrate the potential of communities.

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Solo Show

Eduardo Médici

The starting point for the show presented by Eduardo Médici at Galería Rubbers was his enjoyment of the pure pleasure of painting, regardless of opinions or expectations.

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Solo Show

Román Vitali

Since the mid-1990s, Román Vitali (Rosario, Argentina, 1969) began to standout in the Argentinian art scene. From the beginning, his work was recognized because of a unique characteristic.

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BOOK FOR SALE
 

Book

Caminar con el Diablo. Textos sobre arte, internacionalismo y culturas

Anthology of essays by the critic and curator Gerardo Mosquera who embarks upon the subject of artistic production from aesthetic, social and political views.

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