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  ARTNEXUS WEEKLY NEWS. January 17, 2014.

Weekly News, January 13 to 19, 2014
Rodrigo Moura
New Director of Art and Cultural Programs, Inhotim Institute

Appointment Rodrigo Moura New Director of Art and Cultural Programs, Inhotim Institute 02/January/2014 Curator Rodrigo Moura has been recently appointed the new Director of Art and Cultural Programs for the Inhotim Institute.
"EXPO 1: Rio at the Museu de Arte Moderna"
An updated and re-focused version of the show "EXPO 1: New York", held through September at MoMA PS1 and WW Dome 2, is open starting on December 17th. "EXPO 1: Rio" is presented in collaboration with Volkswagen do Brasil and will remain open through February 23rd, 2014.
Duke Riley
See you at the finish line

Socio–political expression in the arts has many practitioners. Duke Riley, with his sharp–edged current proposal, is among them. Riley exercises both local and global ways of seeing, and touches on historical and economic issues, in particular the US embargo of Cuba—in regards to which the artist presents, live, some of the "subjects" who participated in it, namely carrier pigeons.
Genesis, by Sebastião Salgado
From January 17th through May 4th, CaixaForum Madrid presents Genesis, a large–scale exhibition of works by Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado (1944) about the search for the origins of the world and the planet we inhabit.
MUNTREF x four
Established in 1995, Universidad Nacional Tres de Febrero, UNTREF, is a public institution distributed in several campuses. Its MUNTREF, Museo de la Universidad Nacional Tres de Febrero, opened in 2002 in the university´s main site, across from the Caseros train station (Buenos Aires Province), and it is now devoted solely to modern art.
FotoGalería 2014
FotoGalería FCE–UNC has launched its annual call for exhibition projects or personal portfolios.
The Baltimore Museum of Art Wins Legal Dispute Over a Renoir
The Renoir work in dispute is titled On the Shore of the Seine and was purchased by Marcia Fuqua in a Shenandoah Valley flea market for just $7. The buyer brought the painting to the Potomack Auction House because the frame had an inscription with the name of the artist.
Nocturnes de Colombie
Under the curatorship of Christine Barthe, the Musée du Quai Branly in Paris presents By Night in Colombia, an exhibition of works by four Colombian artists: Juan Manuel Echavarría, José Alejandro Restrepo, Miguel Ángel Rojas and Oscar Muñoz. The show includes original audio in French and Spanish and translations into any other language are available through settings in YouTube—this process must be configured under the "Captions" option that is located on the bottom right side of the video.
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ArtNexus 91
Dec - Feb 2014

Geometric Abstraction in Latin America
This book gathers anthological selection of texts published in Arte en Colombia / ArtNexus magazine around geometric abstraction in the region.
Price: US$60

Beatriz Milhazes: Screenprints 1996–2011
Catalogue of the exhibition held at the Gallery of Windsor in Vero Beach, Florida. The book depicts the Brazilian artist´s work on paper and its evolution throughout the years.
Price: US$32