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  ARTNEXUS WEEKLY NEWS. January 10, 2015

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Weekly News, January 5 to 11, 2015

Carlos Motta
Colombian artist Carlos Motta was awarded, along with Angolan artist Nástio Mosquito, the Main Prize of the third edition of the Future Generation Art Prize.
Néstor García-Canclini
Regarded as one of the most important recognitions given to the scientific, artistic and intellectual community in Mexico, the National Prize for Arts and Sciences, was awarded in the category of history, social sciences and philosophy to prominent Argentine-born Mexican researcher Néstor García-Canclini.
Jochen Volz
The board of the Fundação Bienal de São Paulo met on December 9 to reelect its president, Luis Terepins, and to announce the appointment of Jochen Volz as the curator of the 32nd edition of the fair scheduled for 2016.
Juan Andrés Gaitán
After Carmen Cuenca’s resignation as Director of Museo Tamayo, Mexico’s National Fine Arts Institute announces the appointment of Colombian curator Juan Andrés Gaitán to the position.
Million Dollar Plensa Sculptures Reside in Coconut Grove
International contemporary artist Jaume Plensa’s series of three color-shifting resin figures, set atop 35-foot stainless steel poles, were installed mid November on the future site of the Residences at Park Grove in Coconut Grove (Miami).
First International Competition – Open Air Museum in Bogota
The First International Competition – Open Air Museum in Bogota, is organized with the objective of recognizing public art in the capital of Colombia, generating a new symbol in Bogota that activates an interaction between citizens and the urban and natural environments of the place in which the work will be located.
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ArtNexus 95
Dec 2014 - Feb 2015

Rufino Tamayo. Catalogue Raisonné. Gráfica 1925-1991
A publication gathering the outstanding printed work of one of the Mexican masters of the 20th Century who innovated in woodprints, silkscreen and lithography.
Price: US$160