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Weekly News, September 9 to 15, 2013
Alfredo Jaar
Chilean artist, architect, and filmmaker Alfredo Jaar has recently received the National Visual Arts Award, including a monetary award of 18’155,000 Chilean pesos and a 20 UTM lifetime pension (approximately 800,000 pesos per month).
Beatriz Milhazes
The exhibition entitled Meu Bern presents fifty works by Beatriz Milhazes, including paintings, collages and engravings from 1989 to this day. The exhibition will remain open to the public until October 27 of this year at the Paço Imperial in Rio de Janeiro.
Jacanamijoy. Magic, Memory, Color
The Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogota (MAMBO) presents from September 19 to November 8, 2013, the exhibition entitled Jacanamijoy. Magic, Memory, Color. 1992-2013 Retrospective.
Course on Art Collections Management and Curatorship of Exhibitions
The Strengthening of Museums program of the Museo Nacional de Colombia, the Ministerio de Cultura and the Universidad Nacional de Colombia, announce the opening of the registration period for the Course on Art Collections Management and Curatorship of Exhibitions that will be taught at the Museo de Arte de Pereira, from October 11 to November 11 of 2013.
Fundación Museo de Arte Moderno “Jesús Soto”
Inaugurated in 1973, the Museo de Arte Moderno Jesús Soto was designed by Carlos Raúl Villanueva. The building reveals architectural features that are consistent with the profile of an art collection that treasures examples of the most important artistic tendencies from the Twentieth Century within the currents of Abstraction, Constructivism, Kinetic Art and New Realism.
Visual Arts Award
With the objective of stimulating artistic production among young emerging artists in Argentina and to showcase new artistic creations, Itaú Cultural announces a new call for its acquisition prize.
Strangers in Paradise
The Art-Esencia project opens its call entitled Strangers in Paradise with the objective of showing new perspectives on living, feeling and perceiving womanhood through the lenses of gender and migration, to promote a dialogue between art and society.
Mural under Restoration
The Red House is the only house commissioned, created and inhabited by William Morris, founder of the Arts & Crafts movement in England. It is a construction of extraordinary importance for the international artistic community around the entire world. Completed in 1860, it was recently acquired by the National Trust of the United Kingdom for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty as an important part of its historic patrimony.
Meridianos with Rosemberg Sandoval
Colombian artist and former guerilla Rosemberg Sandoval's career has been connected to performance art. As part of Daros Latinamerica's Meridiano program (Rio de Janeiro), Sandoval talked about his works from the period between 1980 and 2000. .
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ArtNexus 90
Sep - Nov 2013

LARA 2012
A book on the first journey of Latin American Roaming Art (LARA) to Honda, Colombia. LARA is a traveling artist’s residency project, launched in August, 2012. This book includes considerations on the artistic experience, process and exhibition of the final works.
Price: US$33

Arte, estado y no he estado. Luis Camnitzer
The book contains texts written by Luis Camnitzer, with a certain auto-biographical character, which holds considerations on art and culture, unveiling the thoughts of the artist and art critic.
Price: US$20