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  ARTNEXUS WEEKLY NEWS. August 24, 2012.
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August 20 to 24, 2012

Call

2nd Contest of Ideas for the design of the ARCOmadrid 2013 VIP room

ARCOmadrid 2013 and AD (Architectural Digest España) announce the 2nd Contest of Ideas for the design of the ARCOmadrid 2013 VIP room.

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Call

Focus-Abengoa International Painting Prize 2012

The Fondo de Cultura de Sevilla Foundation (FOCUS-Abengoa) is calling for submissions to the Focus-Abengoa International Painting Prize 2012.

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Exhibition

Riachuelo. Entre la bruma y el resplandor

The exhibition Riachuelo. Entre la bruma y el resplandor is now open to the public at UADE Centro Cultural de Buenos Aires Argentina, bringing together a selection of works connected with the dreams and realities of more than 3.3 million people.

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Event

11th Naif Art Biennial Brazil 2012

The 11th edition of the Naif Art Biennial was inaugurated on August 8. Curated by Brazilian art critic Kiki Mazzuchelli, the biennial is presented at the Piracicaba space of the Instituto Cultural y Educacional SESC in São Paolo, Brazil.

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Project

Damien Hirst Present at the Closing Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games

The closing ceremony of the 2012 London Olympic Games took place on August 12, 2012.

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Reopening

Yaacov Agam's Tel Aviv fountain

The preparations for the reopening of Yaacov Agam’s famous sculpture-fountain in Dizengoff Square, right in the heart of Tel Aviv.

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ART NOTES
 

Chronicle of a Joke Foretold: Maurizio Cattelan

Cattelan is often perceived as a prankster, even as a clown of the arts. While occasionally this may be true, he can also be seen as a translator. Much of art can be defined as some form of translation, but it usually turns out to be a top-down translation.

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Solo Show

Beatriz Milhazes

Beatriz Milhazes’ pictorial work begins with a confluence of artistic movements in her socio-cultural environment, from Tropicalia to Bossa Nova, dancing to the rhythm of the sublime and exotic beauty of her native Rio de Janeiro.

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Solo Show

Felipe Cusicanqui

Felipe Cusicanqui (1977) stands out in the art scene of Chile for renovating a language that every so often appears to run its course.

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Solo Show

Melvin Martínez

I have known and studied the work of artist Melvin Martínez (San Juan, 1975) since 2004, when he established himself as one of the most promising young abstract painters in Puerto Rico.

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BOOK FOR SALE
 

Book

Cantos y Cuentos Colombianos

This book accompanies the show with the same title organized by Daros-Latin America. It tours through the work of important Colombian artists, with interviews to each one of them.

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