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Weekly News, June 8 to June 14, 2015

Experiences of Light: Photography Without a Camera
The show Experiencias de luz: la fotografía sin cámara opens on June 12th, featuring works by Héctor Puppo, Juan José Esteves, Jorge Pereira and Ramón Pereira on exhibit in rooms 4 and 5 of the MACLA Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Latinoamericano de La Plata.
Oswaldo Vigas
“Oswaldo Vigas 1943-2013,” a three-year, traveling exhibition of seventy paintings and five sculptures by the late Venezuelan artist will be on view at the Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogotá July 16-August 23, 2015.
Superposiciones: Latin American Art in Mexican Collections
The exhibition Superposiciones: Arte latinoamericano en colecciones mexicanas is at Museo Rufino Tamayo through September 20, 2015, featuring works from four of the most important collections of modern art, public of private: Museo Tamayo, Museo de Arte Moderno, FEMSA, and Colección Pérez Simón.
Ibero-American Awards for Education and Museums
Intended to reaffirm and expand the educational capabilities of museums and of cultural patrimony as a strategy for the transformation of social reality, the Ibermuseos Program has launched the 6th edition of the Ibero-American Award for Education and Museums.
Passport with Fernando de Szyszlo
Next Tuesday June 17th, at 6:30 pm, audiences will have an opportunity to meet an important figure in Latin American abstract art, in an event titled Pasaporte con Fernando de Szyszlo, to be held at the Museo de Arte Moderno de Medellín.
New Horizons for Daros Latinoamérica
The art world was saddened by news of the closing of Casa Daros in Rio de Janeiro; clashing feelings of worry and nostalgia emerged as people learned of this development, especially in the city of Rio itself.
"Transformación," Víctor Grippo
The Museo universitario de arte contemporáneo in Mexico, presents this video on the occasion of the exhibition titled "Transformación" by the Argentinian artist Victor Grippo.

The curator Alicia Chillida, introduces the artist and emphasizes his degree in chemistry. With the combination of art and science, she describes Grippo's work as "humanist", where the primary preoccupation is mankind.

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ArtNexus 96
March - May 2015

The text comments on the life and work of this peruvian artist.The impact of the encounter with the native culture and with the work of Latin American and European artists, as well as on the consolidation of his poetics.
Price: US$45

Por los caminos del arte. Método para una educación humanizada
This book is a compendium on the methodology of art teaching developed by María Teresa Quiñones during more than three decades working as an artist and teacher.
Price: US$32