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  ARTNEXUS WEEKLY NEWS. November 6, 2015






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As part of the Cien30 celebrations, the Rozas-Botrán Foundation, devoted to social service in Guatemala and Central America for over 100 years and with a 30-year history in arts and culture promotion, has established a platform for the diffusion of the visual arts of Central America and Panama.
The personal archives of Brazilian artist Rubens Gerchman (1942-2008) have been inducted into Unesco’s Memory of the World Register, which recognizes documents, archives, and libraries of great international, regional, and national value.
Unasur Art Biennial
The entrepreneur, educator (currently, President of Universidad Nacional Tres de Febrero, Untref), and art collector Aníbal Jozami was designated by the Ministers of Culture of the Union of South American Nations (Unasur).
Botero Monumental Sculpture
Botero Monumental Sculpture, curated by Gary Nader and produced by the Nader Latin American Museum, will be on exhibit at Bayfront Park in Miami from October 2015 through January 2016.
The Museo de Antioquia presents MDE15, a program of international meetings to be held every four years in Medellin. The first edition opens on November 6, 2015 and will continue through March 2016.
Nosotras… de la sin razón venidas
This exhibition started with a call for submissions from curators, made by the Museo de Artes Visuales (MAVI) and Galería Gabriela Mistral (GGM) in 2014.
MDE 15, International Art Meeting in Medellin
Local Histories/Global Practices is the subject of MDE 15, a group exhibition featuring works by 59 artists from 21 countries. The exhibition will remain open through March, 2016. The Medellin International Art Meetings, MDE, are held every four years. Thanks to its two prior editions, in 2007 and 2011, the event has established itself as an international platform that deploys artistic practice to strengthen the social fabric, citizen engagement, and appropriations of public space.

The curatorial team was composed of Nydia Gutiérrez, Chief Curator at the Museo de Antioquia, as Artistic Director; Tony Evanko, a Medellin-based American specialist, as Local Curator; Fernando Escobar as National Curator; and Sharon Lerner (Peru) and Edi Muka (Albania) as International Curators.

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ArtNexus 98
Sept - Nov 2015

Luis Roldán
A book that focuses on the career of this Colombian artist. Through experimentation processes with different media, such as drawing, painting, collage, sculpture, installation and video.
Price: US$47

The Art of Fernando Botero
Book by Juan Carlos Botero on the trajectory, importance and development of his father’s work, Fernando Botero. The book includes essays on the main subjects of his works, such as bullfighting, violence, the circus and portraits.
Price: US$45