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  ARTNEXUS WEEKLY NEWS. June 28, 2014.

Weekly News, June 23 to 29, 2014
Mariela Sancari. PHE 2014 Discovery Award
PHotoEspaña, through an international jury panel, has given the PHE 2014 Discovery Award to Mexico City-based Argentinean photographer Mariela Sancari.
Carlos Cruz-Diez. Dazzle Art
Liverpool Biennial and Tate Liverpool jointly commissioned kinetic artist Carlos Cruz-Diez to interpret the idea of "dazzle camouflage" applied to the hull of a ship in Liverpool's Albert Dock.
Sandra Cinto: In Silence
The Matadero Madrid presents until August 3, In Silence, an in situ installation created by Brazilian artist Sandra Cinto and curated by David Barro as part of the Grand Scale program.  
Vanishing Points
On July 4 Guest Projects opens its doors to Colombian Contemporary Art with the exhibition entitled Vanishing Points, curated by London-based Colombian curator John Ángel Rodríguez.
Support for Video Art Creations. Fundación BBVA
The call offers ten grants, each in the gross amount of up to 30,000 euros that must be exclusively used for the production of the work.
Call For Artistic Creation 2014
The Universidad de Belgrano invites creators to participate in its Universidad de Belgrano Awards for Artistic Creation in Painting and Photography.
A Book by Gerardo Mosquera Published in Chinese
The book entitled Islas Infinitas, Arte, Cultura, Globalización (Infinite Islands. Art, Culture, Globalization), a group of fifteen theoretic essays by Cuban art critic and curator Gerardo Mosquera, has been published in Chinese, in the city of Beijing by BeePub Publishing.
Sophie Calle. Cuídese mucho ("take good care of yourself")
The Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Monterrey presents an interview with Sophie Calle about her exhibition Cuídese mucho, at the museum through August 31st. Click here.

here for an audiovisual tour of the installation.
ArtNexus published a review of Calle´s work, by Ricardo Arcos-Palma, in 2012. You can find it
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ArtNexus 92
Jun - Aug 2014

Copying Eden
Recent Art in Chile
Art of Chile from 1973 to 2006, an area that has been scarcely explored both locally and internationally. It gathers the work of 74 Chilean artists, from established figures to the younger artists.
Price: US$90

Carlos Rojas
A book in homage to master Carlos Rojas, which aims to rescue moments and important works in the development of this artist. Texts by Luis Fernando Pradilla and Carmen María Jaramillo.
Price: US$85