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  ARTNEXUS WEEKLY NEWS. November 21, 2014

Oswaldo Vigas
Weekly News, November 17 to 23, 2014
Gabriel Orozco
On recent days, Americas Society granted the first Americas Society Cultural Achievement Award in recognition of the outstanding creativity and talent of central figures in the visual arts of Latin America.
Mathias Goeritz
The Museo Reina Sofía presents The Return of the Snake: Mathias Goeritz and the Invention of Emotional Architecture, an exhibition centered on the artistic production of the Mexican painter (born in Germany) after he settled in Mexico and on the "emotional architecture" principle in his work.
2nd International Biennial of Mural and Public Art
The 2nd International Biennial of Mural and Public Art was inaugurated on Wednesday November 12 at in the departmental library in Cali, Colombia. The event was attended by Mayor Rodrigo Guerrero-Velasco, the Minister of Culture, Helena Maria Quiñones, the Director of the Museo Libre de Arte Público de Colombia, Carolina Jaramillo, and representatives of the companies supporting the biennial along with the 93 artists participating.
Georgina Quintana. Del Jardín a los Códices
In her most recent exhibition at the Dómina Chapel of the Ex-Convento de Santo Domingo in Oaxaca, Georgina Quintana continues to develop an artistic language that has been evolving since she was a young and emerging creator during the eighties in Mexico.
International Artistic Residency Program (PIRAR)
´ace announces the 2015 edition of the International Artistic Residency Program (PIRAR, by its Spanish Acronym). The call is open to emerging and professional artists from Argentina (locals and from the rest of the country) and abroad.
COAL Prize Art and Environment 2015
The COAL Prize Art and Environment is awarded annually to a contemporary artist that submits a project related to the environment, with the objective of promoting and supporting the vital role of the arts in raising awareness and disseminating ecological culture.
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ArtNexus 94
Sep - Nov 2014

Mexico´s Revolutionary Avant-Gardes: From Estridentismo to ¡30-30!
Tatiana Flores dedicated this book to the artist-poet Manuel Maples Arce, an important catalyst for much of the avant-garde activity that occurred after the Mexican Revolution.
Price: US$62

Ana Mercedes Hoyos.
A publication by Villegas Editores on the recent work by Colombian painter Ana Mercedes Hoyos.
Price: US$75