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  ARTNEXUS WEEKLY NEWS. September 18, 2015

Weekly News, September 14 to September 20, 2015

Colombian photography exhibition featured in
San Francisco, USA

The nonprofit gallery SF Camerawork (San Francisco, California), created to promote new and emerging photography, will be featuring the exhibition Fourth World: Current Photography from Colombia.
New Space
Galeria Frente
On August 25, the Galeria Frente opened its doors to the public in the city of São Paulo, Brazil. Designed by architect Rogério Ribas, the building offers 350 square meters of exhibition and storage space.
New Space
Nest Art Center
A new exhibition space has opened in Bogotá: Nest Art Center, located on the ground floor of a building in the historic Teusaquillo neighborhood.
Transart Biennial 2016
The second Transart Triennale aims to test, debate, play, and run with the theme coined by philosopher Rosi Braidotti—"The Imperceptible Self"—through the sharing and experiencing of creative practices driven by the nomadic, peripatetic, subjectivity, otherness, ego-less identity, the space in between, becoming, and presence.
The Ibero-American Art Fair, FIA CARACAS 2015, Cancelled
After 24 years of uninterrupted presence, FIA Caracas, the oldest contemporary art fair in Latin America, has postponed its 2015 edition. The 24th edition of the fair was scheduled for the month of October in the Venezuelan capital.
Abraham Palatnik
Nara Roesler Gallery presents a video about the exhibition by Brazilian artist Abraham Paltanik.

Curated by Fernando Cocchiarale, the solo show features Palatnik's most recent works.The curator added works by other artists from the period when Abraham’s production flourished into abstraction and kineticism.

Cocchiarale emphasizes the importance of Abraham Palatnik and other Brazilian abstract-concrete artists who, like him, emerged in the post-war and left a contribution to the culture and to Brazilian art.

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ArtNexus 97
June - August 2015

Flor Garduño - Trilogy
Luxury edition of the photographic work by the artist, thematically divided into three groups: Bestiarium; Fantastic Women and Silent Natures.
Price: US$250

Contemporary Art
in Latin America
This book analyzes contemporary Latin American art with an essay by Gerardo Mosquera, who part from his experience as curator to discuss the subject of identity and the inter-cultural dynamics of current Latin American art.
Precio: US$36