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  ARTNEXUS WEEKLY NEWS. March 6, 2015
05/03/2015


 
Weekly News, March 2 to 8, 2015

Biennial
Results of the Public Open Call
Biennial of the Frontiers

On March 5, 2015, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Tamaulipas (MACT), home of the Biennial until March 31, will announce the results of the Biennial of the Frontiers’s public open call.
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New Space
The Meow Wolf Art Complex
Located in Silva Lanes, the space—yet to be officially inaugurated—will be mostly devoted to a permanent continuation of the group's multimedia installation titled The Due Return (2011).
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Obituary
Salvador Corratge
1928-2014

Growing up in Cuba in a Catalonian-descended lower-middle class family, he started his career as a painter in the second half of the 20th century.
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Call for Curator
Guggenheim Museum Bilbao

The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao Foundation announces a call to find two professionals specialized in 20th century art and/or contemporary art.
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Massimo Listri Photography Prize
The Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogotá, in partnership with Massimo Listri and the Italian Embassy, is calling young amateur photographers in Colombia to participate in its interior-photography competition.
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Richard Serra
Americans for the Arts presents a video by the Lifetime Achievement Award winner of 2014, Richard Serra.

The audio-visual highlights the significant career of the american artist. He is considered one of the great sculptors of our times and will show some of his monumental works; sculptures weighing tons, which also accomplish an appropriation of space and de-materialize, visually for the viewer, given the fluidity of their curves; an overlook of his drawings will also be part of the show.

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De lo que somos, 110 obras para acercarse al arte contemporáneo colombiano
Book by the cultural journalist Diego Garzón that gathers 110 representative works of the last five decades in Colombia.
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Mujeres en las artes de Panamá en el siglo XX
A book edited by art critic and historian, Mónica E. Kupfer, highlighting women´s contribution to arts and cultura in Panama. Through different essays it in the fields of visual arts, dance, photography, filmmaking, literature, music and theatre.
Price: US$48