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  ARTNEXUS WEEKLY NEWS. November 22, 2013

Weekly News, November 18 to 24, 2013
Bogotá, A City On The Edge
This exhibition brings together four contemporary artists from Colombia whose works take viewers on a tour of reflections on the current social conditions of their country’s capital, Bogotá.
The Itinerant Languages of Photography
The Princeton Art Museum is presenting The Itinerant Languages of Photography, an exhibition featuring ninety four objects by forty artists, including some samplings of video.
Beyond El Dorado: Power and Gold in Ancient Colombia
For centuries, Europeans repeated the legend of a Golden City at the heart of South America. El Dorado refers to a ritual carried out at Lake Guatavita, near Bogotá, capital of Colombia.
New Space
Espacio Monitor
Beginning in February of 2014, the Galería Cuadra, in Caracas, will have a new name and address. It will be known as Espacio Monitor and it will be located at the Centro de Arte Los Galpones in the eastern side of the city, in a 350 square meter space specifically designed for the gallery.
FLORA Open Calls
A space for contemporary art in Bogota, Colombia, with an emphasis on the relationship between art and nature, FLORA has opened the following three calls: FLORA-Curator in Residence Fellowship, Legorburu-Artist in Residence Fellowship and the call to enter projects for its Cabinet Program. The deadline to enter applications is November 30, 2013.
Travel Grants for Argentinean Visual Artists
Collector and President of the arteBA Fundación, Alec Oxenford, announced the opening of the first call for Argentinean artists who wish to travel abroad for educational or professional reasons.
Repatriation of Christian Art after 40 Years
On Tuesday, November 12th, the largest cache of looted artworks ever returned to Cyprus was repatriated, including church icons, frescoes, and mosaics. The 173 objects, taken from Orthodox and Maronite churches in the northern part of the island, invaded by Turkish forces in1974 after a coup d’état favoring Cyprus annexation with Greece, were welcomed in an official ceremony.
Carol Young
The focus of this work by Carol Young is to explore the relationship between paper and ceramics,the development of writing, the documentation and recording of history. A Uruguayan ceramist living and working in Colombia since the 1980s, Young's sculptures and installations use ceramics as a medium and support, shifting the audience's perception of the material. This video by Beatriz Esguerra Art reveals the artist's working methods.
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ArtNexus 90
Sep - Nov 2013

Carlos Cruz-Diez in Conversation with Ariel Jiménez
The book documents more than thirty years of the artist's works through a conversation between Carlos Cruz-Diez, and Ariel Jimenez, chief curator at the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros.
Price: US$21

Contemporary Art in Latin America
This book analyzes contemporary Latin American art with an essay by Gerardo Mosquera, who part from his experience as curator to discuss the subject of identity and the inter-cultural dynamics of current Latin American art.
Price: US$36