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  ARTNEXUS WEEKLY NEWS. September 26, 2017
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Weekly News, September 25 to September 29, 2017

Appointment
Klaudio Rodriguez Named Deputy Director of Bronx Museum of Arts
Klaudio Rodriguez will become the Museum’s new Deputy Director, assisting in the management of staff and the implementation of the Museum’s groundbreaking exhibitions and public programming.
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Exhibition
Delirious at the Met Breuer: Exhibition of Latin American, European and North American Art
The latest exhibition at the Met Breuer in New York City presents works never before shown or presented together in the same space. Titled "Delirious: Art at the Limits of Reason (1950–1980)," the exhibition explores proposals by North American, Latin American and European artists.
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Forum
Hirshhorn Announces Conversation Series to Coincide With "Ai Weiwei: Trace at Hirshhorn"
This fall, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden will partner with the Newseum to launch a series of conversations with critically acclaimed artists, journalists, activists and academics to discuss the role of art and free speech in the 21st century.
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Workshop
Online Course: The Editor (Not Only) Wants Good Photos Taught by Cecilia Azniv-Lutufyan
The Máster PHotoEspaña (Escuela PIC.A) launches its online course titled "The Editor (Not Only) Wants Good Photos." Taught by artist Cecilia Azniv-Lutufyan, the long-distance course will cover all phases and tools involved in the editorial field. It will be taught from Monday, October 23 through Friday, October 27, 2017.
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Acquisition
Yale University acquire the Barbara Hammer Archive
The Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale University has acquired the archives of visual artist and filmmaker Barbara Hammer.
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Ai Weiwei

Ai Weiwei  is presented by "The Art Assigment" of PBS Digital Studios through a  video that reveals the most critical facts of the life, work and vision of this contemporary artist and activist, born in China.

Ai Weiwei in his artworks reflects, criticizes, and visualizes social issues and  the political inconsistencies of the Chinese government. Likewise in his works, he denounces and redefines the purpose of art as "a struggle for freedom." He condemns the inconsistencies of government powers worldwide, the movement of refugees, as well as imprisonment and injustice in the face of human rights violations. Eclectic and radical, Weiwei's work has been exhibited in different artistic stages like the Tate Modern in London, the Venice Biennale, and Documenta in Kassel.


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ArtNexus 106
Sept - Nov 2017


Berra, Artista
Ernesto Berra presents a diary-like series of small-format works that also allude of a large-format project and of his way of making art. Guillermo Daghero approaches books as collectible objects.
Price: US$150



Waltercio Caldas
Ever
2015
Laser cut acrylic
Diameter: 11 13/16 in.
Edition of 20
Signed and numbered
Photo: Jaime Acioli.
Price: US$3000