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  ARTNEXUS WEEKLY NEWS. December 4, 2017






Weekly News, December 4 to December 8, 2017

María Fernanda Lairet Recognized at the Global Art Awards
The international winners in the visual arts category of the Global Art Awards were announced during an Award Ceremony Gala Dinner held on Friday, November 16, at the Armani Hotel Dubai Ballroom located in the Burj Khalifa building in Dubai.
Lisbeth Rebollo Gonçalves Elected President of the International Association of Art Critics
In the historic context of its 50th Congress, held in Paris from November 13 to November 17 with the support of the French Ministry of Culture, the patronage of France’s National Commission of UNESCO, and contributions from Amnesty International France, among many other cultural institutions from across Europe.
List of Artists Announced for 4rd Edition of New Museum Triennial
The curators of the upcoming edition of the New Museum Triennial titled "Songs of Sabotage," Gary Carrion-Murayari and Alex Gartenfeld, announced the list of artists selected to participate in the event.
Olga Viso Steps Down as Executive Director of the Walker Art Center
According to an announcement by the board of trustees of the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, Olga Viso recently resigned her post as the executive director of that institution.

Mural in Beirut produced by Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada
In collaboration with Built by Associative Data (BAD), Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada (Cuba, 1966) is painting a mural in the neighborhood of Bachoura in the city of Beirut, Lebanon, in a building still damaged by the war and waiting to be rebuilt.
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ArtNexus 106
Sept - Nov 2017

Revolutionary Horizons: Art and Polemics in 1950s Cuba
In this book, Abigail McEwen approaches Cuban art of the 1950s by focusing on specific topics of the period in the Island, such as the Los Once group, the development of abstract art, the Anti-Biennial, and the group of concrete artists.
Price: US$68

Carlos Garaicoa
Escala 1:1 / skyline 33
Laser cut acrylic and silk-screen printing
15 5/35 x 17 17/32 x 0 1/6 in.
Signed and numbered
Edition of 8.
Price: US$3500