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  ARTNEXUS WEEKLY NEWS. September 10, 2016
09/09/2016


Weekly News, September 5 to September 11, 2016

Award
Liliana Porter Recognized with: Premio Universitario de Cultura 400 años (400 Years Academic Cultural Award)
The Universidad Nacional de Córdoba paid tribute to Argentinean artist Liliana Porter by granting her the 400 Years Academic Cultural Award, a distinction given by this house of higher learning since 2011. 
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Appointment
Natalia Zuluaga appointed as Artistic Director of ArtCenter/South Florida
ArtCenter/South Florida announced Natalia Zuluaga as its new artistic director. She will work with the Executive Director on debuting new, expanded levels of programming, artist residencies, community outreach and events.
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Exhibition
Robert Rauschenberg
The exhibition of the work of Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008), organized in collaboration with The Museum of Modern Art in New York, will be the first posthumous retrospective and the most comprehensive survey of the artist’s work for 20 years.
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Exhibition
Rendering the Unthinkable: Artists Respond to 9/11 at 9/11 Memorial Museum
The National September 11 Memorial & Museum announced the September 12, 2016 opening of its first major special exhibition titled “Rendering the Unthinkable: Artists Respond to 9/11.
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Exhibition
AUN – 44th National Salon of Artists
Celebrating 76 years of history, the National Salon of Artists (SNA) will take place from September 16 to November 14 of 2016. It is organized by the Colombian Ministry of Culture.
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Robert Rauschemberg
On the occasion of the Los Angeles MOCA’s Robert Rauschemberg exhibition, Helen Molesworth, the museum’s chief curator; Megan R. Luke, Art History professor at USC; and artist Harry Dodge talk about Rauschemberg’s work and his figure as one of the most important artists in the second half of the Twentieth Century.

Rauschemberg (1925 – 2008) adopted the term “Combine” to define his work and his technique. The term carried two meanings: on the one hand, the fusion of painting and sculpture; on the other, the craft of combining different materials such as everyday objects, fabrics, and newsprint, among others.

With the incorporation of real-life objects, intervened with materials used in the art sphere at the time, Rauschemberg’s work breaks with the preconceived idea of what was understood as sculpture, which places his oeuvre and his legacy in a space between art and the everyday.

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ArtNexus 101
Jun - Aug 2016



Liliana Porter in conversation with Inés Katzenstein
The Fundación Cisneros’ Conversaciones/Conversations series is dedicated to preserving thorough testimonies of leading artists and intellectuals from Latin America.
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Conversaciones en Colombia
This book features a series of conversation that Hans Ulrich began in 2010 with Colombian artists and became an exhaustive exploration of the country’s art landscape.
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