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  ARTNEXUS WEEKLY NEWS. April 15, 2016
15/04/2016


 
Weekly News, April 11 to April 17, 2016

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Deborah Castillo: Political Iconoclasm and Other Forms of Civil Disobedience
Curated by Sara Garzón, the exhibition titled "Deborah Castillo: Political Iconoclasm and Other Forms of Civil Disobedience" examines Castillo's political dissent and the manner in which she answers to the repressive Venezuelan government.
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Exhibition
"Desiring Flows"
The Museo de Arte of the Universidad Nacional de Colombia presents until June of 2016 the exhibition titled "Desiring Flows" by Colombian artist Juan Fernando Herrán.
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New Space
Alexander and Bonin Announce Gallery Relocation to TriBeCa, Expected Summer 2016
Alexander and Bonin will move to 47 Walker Street in TriBeCa this summer. The new exhibition space will occupy two floors and over 7,000 square feet of space redesigned by New York-based architects Bade Stageberg Cox.
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Faena Prize for the Arts
Faena Art invites artists from around the world dedicated to any artistic discipline to submit proposals to participate in the Faena Prize. A purse of US$75,000.00 will be awarded to the winner for the creation of a new site-specific.
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Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grants
The Pollock-Krasner Foundation announces its call for grants to artists around the world with important trajectories with the goal of financially supporting their work.
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Anish Kapoor in Versailles
AJ+ presents Anish Kapoor’s controversial Dirty Corner, part of the artist's large-scale installation in Versailles in 2015. Kapoor originally described this monumental steel work as “the Queen’s vagina taking power”, albeit later clarifying that it was open to free interpretation.

After Dirty Corner was criticized by politicians and citizens and became the object of vandalism, Kapoor decided to keep it as a “carrier of the hate it attracted”.

This video also recalls and presents another controversial work, Paul McCarthy’s The Tree, a green inflatable sculpture, 24 meters in height, that was punctured by an individual two days after its installation in Place Vendôme, Paris.

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ArtNexus 100
March - May 2016



Cuaderno de ejercicios para un espía
Is part of the exhibition Rompecabezas (“Puzzles”) and from a previous exhibition, Secreta prudencia (“Secrete Prudence”), presented in 2014 by Luis Roldán.
Price: US$15





Hecatomb
Illustrated book of a Patti Smith poem dedicated to Chilean writer Roberto Bolaño, with 17 drawings by José Antonio Suárez Londoño.
Price: US$20