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  ARTNEXUS WEEKLY NEWS. October 26, 2012.
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October 22 to 26, 2012

Appointment

Anne Morin Artistic Director

Anne Morin will be the new Artistic Director of the Madridfoto International Art Fair. The fair will celebrate its fifth edition in June of 2013.

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Call

40th National Watercolor Salon ICPNA 2012

The Instituto Cultural Peruano Norteamericano announces its 40th National Watercolor Salon ICPNA 2012, open to Peruvian artists and to foreign residents in Peru.

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Exhibition

In Wonderland: The Surrealist Adventures of Women Artists in Mexico and the United States

Until January 13 of 2013, the Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes (INBA) presents the exhibition entitled In Wonderland: The Surrealist Adventures of Women Artists in Mexico and the United States at the Museo de Arte Moderno (MAM).

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Exhibition

Alberto Giacometti retrospective

Proa Foundation opens a retrospective exhibition of works by Alberto Giacometti (Borgonovo, Switzerland, 1901-1966). The exhibition, curated by Véronique Wiesinger, brings together 146 works created between 1910 and 1960, including sculptures, paintings, drawings, prints, and decorative arts coming.

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Obituary

Edgar Negret

Popayán-born Edgar Negret, considered the great master of sculpture in Colombia, passed away on October 11th in Bogotá, at the age of 92.

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ART NOTES
 

Notations: The Cage Effect Today

The words “effect” and “influence” are used often in the visual arts, as they are in all other arts. This show incorporates the concept into its title and brings to the fore several present-day situations that derive from the work of a key figure of the past.

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Solo Show

Bruno Vilela

The most recent production of the Pernambuco-born painter Bruno Vilela, his series of paintings and drawings titled Ouroborus, reveals an unprecedented vigor. Part of these works, exhibited in the homonymous show at Laura Marsiaj Gallery in Rio de Janeiro.

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Solo Show

Antonio Martorell

Among the paintings that define the history/reality of Puerto Rico are Damas a caballo, representing Puerto Rico’s small oligarchy (Eighteenth Century), and El niño Avilés (1808), by José Campeche (1751-1809), an armless child that foreshadowed the country’s political situation as a Spanish colony and later, from 1898 to the present day.

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Solo Show

Olga de Amaral

The exhibit “Boundaries” by Olga de Amaral includes 20 works by the well-known Colombian artist notorious for her life long-devotion to textile art, and her unapologetic use of gold and silver.

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BOOK FOR SALE
 

Book

Homage Negret Sculptor

This book offers the reader a panoramic view on the production of more than 60 years by Colombian artist Edgar Negret. It contains a thorough analysis with a selection of works that set a rupture in the development of his creation.

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