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  ARTNEXUS WEEKLY NEWS. September 5, 2017


















Weekly News, August 28 to September 3, 2017

Paz Errázuriz Wins National Visual Arts Award
Adriana Delpiano, Minister of Education of Chile, announced that photographer Paz Errázuriz has been declared the winner of the 2017 edition of Chile's National Visual Arts Award.
Doris Salcedo at the Palacio de Cristal
Palimpsesto (Palimpsest) is the title of the intervention by Doris Salcedo (Bogota, 1958) at the Palacio de Cristal in Madrid, Spain. The exhibition is curated by Soledad Liaño in collaboration with White Cube and the Fundación Sorigué.
"Latin America: Endless Transformation"
The RedLine Contemporary Art Center is a non-profit cultural institution that seeks to foster education and engage artists with communities to create positive social transformation.
New Space
Museo Frida Kahlo Riviera Maya (MFKRM)
The new museum dedicated to Frida Kahlo in Quintana Roo, México, opened its doors to the public at the end of July with the goal of attracting national and international tourism visiting the Mexican Caribbean and enriching the cultural and artistic offer in the Riviera Maya.

Univision Donates Artworks to Frost Art Museum
The Florida International University (FIU) announced that US broadcast television network Univision has donated to the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum, in Miami.


Paz Errázuriz

In the video recently produced by the Fundación MAPFRE, Paz Errázuriz, recent winner of the 2017 edition of Chile's National Visual Arts Award, reflects on her artistic work through images from several of her photographic series.

Images that cover the black and white spectrum, they capture transgressive surroundings, unconventional situations and marginal characters.
Series like "Nomads of the Sea" and "Adam's Apple," among others, are part of a dignifying and controversial discourse that addresses exclusionary social concepts like stereotypes, social strata, ethnicity, age, sex, the human body, and education in Chile. (In Spanish with English texts)

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ArtNexus 105
June - Aug 2017

Doris Salcedo
The book was edited to accompany the groundbreaking retrospective by the Colombian artist whose installations, sculptures and site-specific as well as public space interventions refer to the trauma of the victims of political violence, racism, systemic inequality and overall, war.
Price: US$40

Teresa Serrano
So I dare to eat
Wire mesh, 3M automotive paste and vynil paint
Diameter: 9 3/4 in.
Edition of 6.
Price: US$1800