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  ARTNEXUS WEEKLY NEWS. July 6, 2012.
06/07/2012

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July 2 to 6, 2012

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Luis Caballero Award-IDARTES

Although to many people the closing of the Galería Santa Fe—the original headquarters located in the Planetario Distrital building in Bogota—

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Installation

Vik Muniz at Rio+20

Brazilian artist Vik Muniz presented his most recent installation in Rio de Janeiro bay during the Rio+20 UN Conference on Sustainable Development.

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Project

Tania Bruguera: Immigrant Movement International

The Project entitled Immigrant Movement International by Cuban artist Tania Bruguera will be inaugurated on July 30 at The Tanks, the new exhibition space of the Tate Modern.

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Exhibition

Gotthard Schuh - Fundación Mapfre

Some would argue that Gotthard Schuh—a Swiss photographer who worked in the period between the two Great Wars—was a pioneer of what today is known as modern photojournalism.

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Theft

Dalí Watercolor Stolen from a New York Gallery

The work entitled A Cartel des Don Juan Tenorio by Spanish artist Salvador Dalí was stolen on June 19 from a Manhattan gallery.

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ART NOTES
 

Resisting the Present

Puebla’s Museo Amparo presents a group exhibition marked by the eloquent, clear-cut museography with which the discourse of its curators, Angelie Scherf and Ángeles Alonso Espinosa, is conveyed.

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ARTNEXUS MAGAZINE
 

Solo Show

Lia Menna Barreto

During the month of September, the Galería Thomas Cohn in São Paulo, Brazil, presented an important retrospective of the powerful work created in the last ten years by Lia Menna-Barreto.

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Solo Show

Ana María Tavares

The works in the exhibition entitled Desvios (Diversions), from the Social Hieroglyphic series by Ana María Tavares, reveal forms of modern architecture through baroque strategies.

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Solo Show

Nelson Leirner

For Nelson Leirner creation reveals an ample, varied, and uncertain landscape of images that life establishes and develops as a resource for our survival.

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BOOK FOR SALE
 

Book

Alfredo Jaar

It is Difficult and Let There Be Light, two books with Alfredo Jaar’s work. It is Difficult is the chronology of his most important projects. Let There Be Light is a visual and written documentary on the Rwanda Project. An edition by Actar, Barcelona. 380 color illustrations. 240 pages per book. Available in English and/or Spanish.
Price: $45.00.

We offer books signed by the artist in 65 USD.