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  ARTNEXUS WEEKLY NEWS. September 19, 2014

Weekly News, September 15 to 21, 2014
Rosângela Rennó
Curated by Agustín Díaz Rubio, director of MALBA, the first large-scale solo show of works by Rosângela Rennó in Spain is on exhibit through December 21st at Centro Atlántico de Arte Moderno in Las Palmas.
Juan Soriano
As part of the temporary exhibition En esto ver aquello. Octavio Paz and Art, which opens in September to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Nobel Prize winning poet Octavio Paz, the Palacio de Bellas Artes will exhibit works by Mexican artist Juan Soriano.
Imagining Crisis
The Taipei Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) is presenting, from September 15 through October 14, the international exhibition Imagining Crisis, curated by Yunnia Yang. The show features ten artists from different countries.
Le Corbusier in the Medellin River.
Le Corbusier en el río Medellín. Arquitectura, ficción y cartografía en las obras del grupo Utopía, the project awarded with the Gilberto Alzate Avendaño Foundation's 6th Historical Curatorship Prize in 2013, will be on exhibit from September 19th through October 31st, 2014.
Arte para Todos
Through its Cultural Promotion Secretary, its Direction of Museums, and the University Museum, the Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México us calling visual artists of any nationality to submit projects for solo of group exhibitions.
Roberto Obregón en tres tiempos
In 2013, one of the most significant and original exhibitions in Caracas was devoted to the Colombo-Venezuelan artist Roberto Obregón, at Universidad Metropolitana´s Sala Mendoza, curated by Ariel Jiménez.
Frida Kahlo exhibition sets record number of visitors
Frida Kahlo, an exhibition at Scuderie del Quirinale in Rome, Italy from March 20 to August 31, 2014, curated by Helga Prignitz and featuring 160 works including paintings, drawings, and designs from collections in Mexico, Europe, and the United States, established an international record in its number of visitors.
Alfredo Jaar
27 years ago in Times Square, Chilean artist Alfredo Jaar presented his public art installation "A logo for America", a digital work recently projected onto several screens, once again in the same place.
The artist suggests the idea that America is not only the United States but the whole continent and clarifies that he is not stating a message against this country but proposing a reflection upon the mistaken use of the word America in the United States.

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ArtNexus 94
Sep - Nov 2014

Roberto Obregón en tres tiempos
Book on the late and acknowledged contemporary Venezuelan artist, Roberto Obregón that tours his career parting from his personal archives, acquired by Fernando Eseverri as explained in the introduction.
Price: US$80

Bibliotheca. Rosangela Renno
The book gathers an interesting and thorough project by Rosangela Renno, who collected the photographs of friends, people she barely knew or anonymous individuals, for a period of 10 years.
Price: US$50