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  ARTNEXUS WEEKLY NEWS. June 29, 2012.
29/06/2012

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June 25 to 29, 2012

Award

Álvaro Siza
León de Oro

In recognition of his oeuvre and career achievements, the jury of this year’s 13th Venice Architecture Biennale gave its coveted Golden Lion Award to Portuguese architect Álvaro Siza Vieira.

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Distinction

Artists Honored King Juan Carlos of Spain Awards Ibero-American Artists

Last June 18th, 2012, King Juan Carlos of Spain awarded a group of 24 Ibero-American artists at the Sala Magna of Madrid's Supreme Court.

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Call

Third Latin American Education and Museums Award

The Ibermuseos Program, a public initiative associated with the General Secretariat of Latin America (SEGIB), with the support of the Organization of Latin American States (OEI).

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Call

2013 Sculpture Projects Competition

The Universidad Tres de Febrero announces the opening of the 2013 Sculpture Projects Competition.

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Exhibition

Esquizofrenia Tropical

As part of the PHOTOESPAÑA Festival, Madrid’s Cervantes Institute, in collaboration with the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID, in its Spanish acronym).

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ART NOTES
 

MEX/L.A.: 'Mexican' Modernism(s) in Los Angeles, 1930-1985

“MEX/LA: ‘Mexican’ Modernism(s) in Los Angeles, 1930-1985,” organized as part of the Southern California Pacific Standard Time (PST) initiative, seeks to reveal the presence of multiple “Mexican Modernisms” in the greater Los Angeles area.

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ARTNEXUS MAGAZINE
 

Solo Show

Fernando Pintado

Fernando Pintado is a 29-year-old Puerto Rican artist who is essentially a young existential philosopher that happens to create art. His work is almost childlike, and innocent, tender, and playful.

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Solo Show

Catalina Parra

The exhibition by Catalina Parra at Galería D 21 is initially presented as a series of graphic works inspired in the social and political conflicts in Argentina.

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Solo Show

Francisca Sánchez

One of the most undervalued episodes in the history of Chilean art is the meeting of a couple who in the early 1980s left its surreptitious mark on the local neo-expressionist school.

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Solo Show

Cristina Canale

The work by artist Cristina Canale reveals an authentic freedom. It is free because it stays loyal to its choice: painting. And it is authentic because it is permanently committed to aesthetic research and the construction of dynamic and coherent work.

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BOOK FOR SALE
 

Book

The Sign Painting Project (1993 – 1997): A Revision

The Sign Painting Project depicts Alÿs’ association with Juan Garcia, Emilio Rivera, and Enrique Huerta from 1993 to 1997.

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