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  ARTNEXUS WEEKLY NEWS. November 1, 2013

Weekly News, October 28 to November 3, 2013
The Museum of Modern Art announces the first mayor U.S. museum retrospective exploring the work of Lygia Clark
The Museum of Modern Art announces a major retrospective devoted to the art of Lygia Clark (Brazilian, 1920–1988), the first comprehensive exhibition in North America of her work, from May 10 through August 24, 2014.
Abelardo Morell
Since October 1st and through January 5th, 2o14, the Getty Museum in Los Angeles is presenting Abelardo Morell: The Universe Next Door, an important retrospective of the work of the renowned Cuban-born, Boston-based photographer.
30 Years, Sesc_VideoBrasil Festival
Celebrations for the 30th anniversary of the Sesc_VideoBrasil Festival had place with a series of discussions about experimental practices and languages of the 1980s, during the last October 16th and 17th, at 8 pm, at SESC Pompeya in São Paulo, Brazil.
Conference of Young Art History Researchers
The Conference of Young Art History Researchers is an initiative organized by the three Art History Departments of the Universidad Complutense in Madrid.
3rd Kosice Biennial
With the intention of promoting the creation of works of art developed under technological projects, "Objeto a" presents the Third Kosice Biennial: Kosicean Utopias.
12th Diversidad National Arts Salon 2013
The Diversidad National Arts Salon invites all regions of Colombia to participate, through their visual artists, graphic and industrial designers, and art students, in its 12th edition. The call is open to Colombian citizens or foreign-born residents in the country, 18 years or older, with an education and/or experience directly connected to the visual arts.
Restitutions for Nazi looting
After a 4-year research period during which works acquired by approximately 400 museum institutions were analyzed between 1933 and the present, several German museums have identified 139 works of art now in there collections as possibly confiscated by the Nazi regime from their Jewish owners.
Juan Castillo
Chilean artist Juan Castillo reflects on the strategies and goals of the visual arts, about being an artist, and about the artist's task, as he proposes a social and cultural critique of the processes of modernization undergone by different societies. This interview took place during Castillo's exhibition at Museo de la Solidaridad Salvador Allende in September, 2012, and the artist also explained the genesis of his projects, his approach to materials such as tea and graphite, and his use of video.
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ArtNexus 90
Sep - Nov 2013

A Principality of its Own.
40 years of Visual Arts at the Americas Society
The publication gathers 15 essays by different historians, curators and critics, who examine aspects of the history of Latin American art in the United States. Among the themes treated are the role of Americas Society in the Cold War and its context.
Price: US$31

Lydia Azout: Diario de la creación
With 111 pages, this book becomes a true diary on the work of Lydia Azout. The reader is guided along the artist’s career in contemporary art through six short chapters containing texts by Arnol Tover, Celia Muñoz Vila, Patricia Cardona, Lucina Jimenez, Jaime Soriano and Lydia Azout.
Price: US$28