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  ARTNEXUS WEEKLY NEWS. May 25,2012.
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May 21 to 25, 2012

Call

Call for Scholarships for Latin American Students 2012-2013

The Fundación Carolina announces the opening of the new edition of its Call for Scholarships for the 2012-2012 period.

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Award

Winners of the 4th International Watercolor Triennial

On May 2 and 3 of 2011, the Foundation of the Museo Bolivariano de Arte Contemporáneo in Santa Marta, Colombia, presented the 4th International Watercolor Triennial.

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Exhibition

Leo Matiz, Microcosm of a Victory

The Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes (INBA), through the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes and in collaboration with the Fundación Leo Matiz.

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Event

Permeable and Under Construction- Collaborative Project with the Universidad de Los Andes

Students in the course Curatorships and Projects at the Art Department of the Universidad de los Andes, present two exhibitions at Fundación Odeón.

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Obituary

Norman Mejía

Norman Mejía was a protagonist of the country’s “third renewal” in the arts. This is what Marta Traba asserted when she wrote about Mejía’s exhibition in 1965.

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ART NOTES
 

The Twenty-Sixth Santo Domingo Biennial

In Latin America, where cultural projects often lack solid structures and policies that guarantee their continuity, the Santo Domingo Biennial stands out for its longevity.

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ARTNEXUS MAGAZINE
 

Essay

Luisa Richter

It could be said that the work of art is a confession of Being expressed under the auspices of remembrances or experiences and that, once separate from its creator, it exists without explanations.

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Solo Show

Asco

Asco, the Chicanoconceptual artists¿ collective (its primary members Harry Gamboa Jr., Gronk, Willie Herrón III, and Patssi Valdez), first exhibited at the Los Angeles County Museum of Artunofficially in 1972.

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Solo Show

Marcos Ramírez Erre

The border as the site where two territories are divided, be it due to cultural, natural, social, or economic factors, is both an imaginary and legal notion and it implies innumerable complexities in terms of multiculturalism and concepts of identity that derive from migratory flows.

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Solo Show

Ignacio Uriarte

I try to write during days when I am light on my feet and in a good mood, but today I somehow prefer to approach my writing differently. It seems more appropriate¿even necessary¿to be physically tired and emotionally unwilling to write about this exhibition.

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BOOK FOR SALE
 

Book

Deriva

Book of the work by Colombian artist Mateo López, on his production titled Deriva, including drawings, blue-prints, quotes, texts and all kinds of works on paper.

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