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Weekly News, September 22 to 28, 2014
Pablo Berástegui
On September 8, the Cultural Manager and former General Coordinator of Matadero Madrid, Pablo Berástegui-Lozano (Pamplona, 1968).
Prince Klaus Award
The Prince Klaus Awards ceremony will take place on December 10th, 2014, at the Royal Palace in Amsterdam. This award is given in recognition to its recipients positive impact on a cultural o social field.
Corpus Delicti
The legal term "corpus delicti" is the conceptual starting point of this curatorship; understood as the physical evidence of a crime or offense, the corpus delicti must be reconstituted during the investigation, as it is often inscribed in the scene of a crime as a subtle print that compresses and encodes the violence of the act.
The Mercosur 2015 Biennial Announces Curators and Latin American Focus
The Mercosur Biennial Foundation has made public a provisional title for the eventbs tenth edition, Messages of a New Latin America, and announced the name of the curator, Brazilian historian and art critic GaudC*ncio Fidelis. The 10th Mercosur Biennial will be held in 2015.
Intervenir en la historia, Version 4
The Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Colombia has opened its call for submissions for the fourth version of Intervenir en la historia. This event seeks to expand the field of vision and perception of historical topics through artistic interventions that enrich the visitorbs experience and present them the dynamics of a contemporary museum.
Vik Muniz Opens Art School in Favela
In cooperation with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the Brazilian artist Vik Muniz opened an art school in the Vidigal favela, in Rio de Janeiro, with the objective of providing children of reading age the opportunity to learn art and technology through recreational activities.
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ArtNexus 94
Sep - Nov 2014

A Three-Dimensional Dialog
Agustín Cárdenas, Eduardo Ramírez Villamizar, Pablo Atchugarry
This catalog that accompanies the show by the same name, presented at Durban Segnini Gallery in Miami, draws together the careers of three important sculptors of the American continent. The text for the catalog was written by Bélgica Rodríguez, who makes a comparative analysis of the work by the three artists.
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