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    Descriptive info: Series.. Visual Bios 1.. Visual Bios 2.. Behind Him.. Indignadas.. Acerca / About.. Ediciones / Editions.. Exhibiciones / Exhibitions.. Apoyo / Support.. Reseñas / Reviews.. mariamaria@antimuseo.. Facebook.. Website.. Pasadas / Past.. 2 of 7.. ---.. ---.. Fotos / Photos:.. Galería Jardín.. 01.. 03 - 19.. 04.. 13.. ITESO - Universidad Jesuita de Guadalajara.. Guadalajara, México..

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    Descriptive info: 3 of 7.. 20- 24.. 07.. 11.. ARTE SANTANDER 2011.. XX Feria Internacional de Arte Contemporáneo /.. XX International Contemporary Art Fair.. Antimuseo Project Gallery.. Spain / España..

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    Descriptive info: 4 of 7.. Fotos / Photos: Theda Acha.. 02.. 10.. TODAS LAS MUJERES, TODOS LOS DERECHOS.. / ALL THE WOMEN, ALL THE RIGHTS.. Feria por el Día Internacional de la Mujer.. /.. International Women's Day Fair.. Bosque de Chapultepec, México D.. F.. Organizado por / Organized by.. S.. ecretaría de Cultura del gobierno.. del Distrito Federal..

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    Descriptive info: 5 of 7.. 04.. 2010.. MUJERES S.. A.. y Cía.. Faro Tláhuac.. México D..

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    Descriptive info: 6 of 7.. 25.. 09.. Tianguis del Chopo.. Con la colaboración / With the collaboration of.. Corredor Cultural del Chopo, Delegación Cuauhtémoc..

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    Descriptive info: 7 of 7.. 06.. 03.. 08 - 25.. 08.. PLAZA JUÁREZ.. Con el apoyo del Instituto / With the support of.. Nacional de las Mujeres- México.. Fondo de Desarrollo de las Naciones Unidas para la Mujer - UNIFEM.. ,.. Secretaría de Cultura del gobierno del Distrito.. Federal.. Gestionado por/ Organized by.. Acción Comunicativa.. Antimuseo..

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  • Title: MUSEO DE LA DEFENSA DE MADRID
    Descriptive info: Desde 1990 he desarrollado mi actividad con el nombre de Tomás Ruiz-Rivas y como curador independiente, tanto en Madrid como en México, promoviendo proyectos como el Ojo Atómico y los festivales internacionales de performance de Madrid, y colaborando con el espacio alternativo la Panadería en México D.. Mi especialidad en este ámbito es la crítica institucional y la experimentación sobre los sistemas de distribución y exhibición de arte.. En el año 2.. 000 volví a la ciudad de Madrid, donde decidí retomar el proyecto el Ojo Atómico e iniciar una investigación sobre los problemas de identidad de la sociedad española.. Al profundizar en estas cuestiones he asumido la necesidad de ampliar el campo metodológico, y en consecuencia he creado un heterónimo - TOM LAVIN - para trabajar sobre nuestra identidad, memoria histórica e imaginario colectivo desde  ...   identidad española y sus traumas colectivos ha evolucionado desde los aspectos más folklóricos y livianos hasta una percepción cruda de las consecuencias de la dictadura en la sociedad española actual y las fracturas ocasionadas por el modelo de transición de los años 70.. En los proyectos combino deliberadamente elementos propios del trabajo curatorial, e invito a otras personas a participar, promoviendo procesos de creación muy abiertos.. Es el caso de la participación del fotógrafo Pepe Abascal en una serie de performances en los que preparo paellas transculturales, o de la colaboración con el director de cine Günter Schwaiger en la video-instalación Fosa Común.. También colaboro con asociaciones civiles, de manera que el trabajo creativo rebase los límites del mundo del arte, adquiera un significado político y conecte con la sociedad desde diferentes sistemas de conocimiento u organización..

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  • Title: SLEEPING BEAUTIES
    Descriptive info: español.. Sleeping Beauties.. join the.. campaign.. launch:.. Unite to End to Violence Against Women.. of the.. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.. of.. United Nations,.. on.. november 25th:.. Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.. http://www.. un.. org/en/women/endviolence/.. And we will do.. through.. Feminist International Radio Endeavour (RIF/FIRE).. who has undertaken a special consultancy with.. UNIFEM.. to help motivate and organize women s NGO activities for the Regional Launching, along with women s organizations in Guatemala and the region.. We invite you to join us in our.. Sleeping Beauty.. campaign created in solidarity with guatemalan sisters:.. Download image below.. On november25th, launch this image through blogs, e-mails, facebook or any social nets.. Attach this web page address with the image:.. ojoatomico.. com/bellasdurmientes/bdguatemalaun.. html.. and notify to.. bellasdurmientes@ojoatomico.. com.. your participation in this campaign.. Thank you.. SPECIAL CALL TO ACTION.. November.. 25, 2009.. On.. November 25th.. in.. Guatemala.. , the.. United Nations.. will launch.. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon's campaign Unite to End Violence Against Women.. for the region of Latin America and the Caribbean.. The campaign focuses on strategies to counter violence against women at the regional, national, and local levels.. At the Board of Directors 41st Regional Reunion Conference about Women in Latin American and the Caribbean, the Secretary General proposed an agreement to formally initiate the campaign, and many UN organizations have committed to lead campaign activities in the region.. The regional efforts are focused on ending impunity for the crime of violence against women and girls through the implementation of international and national legal mechanisms; the increased commitment of governments to fulfill their promises to put and end to violence against women and girls; and the mobilization of key actors working for the empowerment of women and their communities.. Women s organizations have been invited to be part of the campaign with the understanding that they are the key actors in this international and national effort, and that November 25th, the International.. , was born of the movement s efforts to position the issue in the political agenda at all levels, especially the Latin American feminist movement.. Why Guatemala?.. Guatemala has been chosen as the focal point of this effort because of the escalation of violence against women in the country, a level of violence which has yet to be fully recognized by the international community.. In 2007, Guatemala was ranked third highest in death rates in Latin America resulting from violence against women.. In 2009, Guatemala has moved quickly to first (depending on the method of classifying causes of death).. Between January and May of 2009, 265 femicide (murder of women for being women) cases were recorded.. Between 2005 and 2007, there were 19,600 women murdered; however, only 43 of those responsible for the deaths were sentenced.. A factor that explains the increase of assassinations in 2009 is that, in the previous three years, 1,912 murders were never prosecuted.. Since the law against femicide took effect in May of 2008, only two offenders have been sentenced, although 722 women have been killed by violence.. (.. Fundación Sobrevivientes (Survivors' Foundation).. ).. Of these 722 murders, 32% of the women were murdered in their homes, 43% outside of their homes, and 25% in unknown locations.. In 2008, there were 39,400 reports of domestic violence, and women were involved (almost all as victims) in 95% of those cases.. After 2008, the Feminist Transgressional Watch (OTF) compiled their observations to  ...   to the public on November 25th.. Another main focus of the campaign is the assertion that violence against women is a State problem it is the primary responsibility of states to fulfil their obligations under international law, to work for the security of all their citizens, particularly women, and to promote equality between women and men.. To improve the socio-political condition of our planet, the right of women to live without violence must be recognized.. Regional Initatives.. The Secretary General's campaign was founded last year as a call to all social sectors, the media, and the UN system to work toward the prevention and elimination of violence against women and girls.. The campaign will last until 2015, and has five major objectives, including the launch of regional and national campaigns, and social mobilization for the promotion of civil society participation in the prevention of violence and the effective support of women and girl survivors.. The campaign includes actions to prevent and impose sanctions for sexual violence in conflict areas, and to promote a politics of peace and security, with sufficient financial commitment and the implementation of mechanisms to protect and prevent systemic violations of human rights.. Human rights violations in this context include violence against women in all its forms (physical, psychological, sexual, economic, etc.. ) For this reason, to effectively eliminate all forms of violence against women, we must adopt measures to promote gender equality and the human rights of women in tandem with the international framework of human rights.. The campaign is based on the recognition of diverse forms of violence socio-cultural, economic, and political and is conducted in a way that is sensitive to structural inequality and imbalances of power between women and men.. Race, ethnicity, and other fault lines of discrimination that affect women and girls in the region will be specifically taken into account (such as rural residence, disability, HIV/AIDS).. The basis of the campaign is respect for the human rights of women and girls.. As such, the campaign compliments existing efforts to confront violence beyond traditional boundaries as a campaign exclusively focused on women with the objective of formulating a clear and effective solution to violence itself.. The campaign follows a holistic and integral approach to the issue of violence against women, promoting collaboration among a wide range of social sectors and actors (such as health care, education, justice, security, labour, etc.. ).. The inter-agency initiative includes: UN Fund for Women's Development (UNIFEM); UN Population Fund (UNFPA); (Economic Commission for Latin America the Caribbean (CEPAL); UN High Commission for Human Rights (ACNUDH); UNICEF, The InterAmerican Commission of Women (CIM), InterAmerican Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA), Pan American Health Organization (OPS), UN Development Program for (UNDP), The Joint UN Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS); and the International Labor Organization (ILO).. Translated by Hannah Powell Losada.. Edited by Ross Ryan Margaret Thompson.. You can participate:.. Sending emails of solidarity to the Guatemalan women even if you are not in Guatemala to participate in the campaign launch;.. Listening to the FIRE webcasts during the launch between November 24 -30th;.. Organizing special activities of your own or connecting the ones you are already organizing with the women s NGO efforts in the launch;.. To coordinate the efforts of your organization with the activities that are being planned for the launch of this UN campign, contact us FIRE at.. oficina@radiofeminista.. net.. More information is available online:.. www.. radiofeminista..

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  • Title: ANTIMUSEO
    Descriptive info: Praxis.. Market.. Theory.. About.. Archive.. Links.. Support.. Contact.. +34 91 577 47 60.. Español.. Project Gallery.. PROJECTS.. Playground.. DOMÈNEC.. 2011.. Playground is a replica of the Monument to the Third International designed by Soviet artist Vladimir Tatlin in 1920 , which was never built on the scale envisaged by the author.. The replica is made of iron, painted in red, and is three meters high.. Subtle modifications of Tatlin design turning in a child's play: a tower you can climb through an outside ladder, to descend vertically through an inside tube.. was produced as part of the.. Hand by Hand with General Cárdenas.. , a project by.. with.. Spanish  ...   officer and President of Mexico (1934-1940).. The monument was later moved and finally installed in the gardens of the Faro de Oriente cultural centre in Iztapalapa, in the impoverished outskirts of Mexico City.. Artista visual Catalán.. Domènec has built up a sculptural and photographic body of work, along with installations and interventions in public space, which takes the architectural project as one of the most productive and complex imaginary constructions of the modern tradition.. He has taken part in several projects In Situ and international projects of Public Art in different places like Ireland, Mexico, Belgium, France, Italy, USA, Brazil, Argentine, Israel and Palestine.. Web page.. Artist Projects.. Shop.. Fairs..

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  • Title: ANTIMUSEO
    Descriptive info: Women Working for Woman.. MARÍA MARÍA ACHA.. Since 2008.. Women Working for Women.. is a project conceived initially for public spaces in Mexico City, that creates a women's historic memory through portraits of female personalities who have forged change and fought to improve the situation for their gender.. Each portrait is the result of a biography investigation and tells us a story of struggle for gender equality and women's rights The visual language is direct, accessible to the casual street audience.. The Print on large synthetic tarps refers to the language of political and commercial messages that abound in Latin American cities.. With the support of:.. National Institute  ...   of Culture of Spanish Government.. + info (spanish).. Lima-Perú, 1968.. Visual artis and co-director with.. Tomás Ruiz-Rivas.. Lives in Madrid since 2001.. Acha has shown her work in.. Internacional Interdisciplinary Congress on women: Women's World 2008.. Museum of University of Alicante.. International Museum of Woman.. Centro de Arte Caja de Burgos (CAB).. among others.. She has also participated in Art Fairs as.. ZONA MACO.. (Mexico City),.. ESTAMPA.. MADRID FOTO.. (Madrid).. Her work has been supported by institutions such as.. UNIFEM,.. 2008,.. Mexico Women's Institute,.. 2008,.. Ministry of Culture of Mexico City Government,.. Matadero-Madrid,.. 2008),.. Ministry of Culture of Spain Government.. 2010,.. Contemporary Art Museum of Castilla and Leon.. (MUSAC),..

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  • Title: ANTIMUSEO
    Descriptive info: Womankind.. Desde 2010.. is a wide range of digital photographic collages created since 2009, using found archival images and images from the internet, magazines, books and photographs taken by the artist.. They are especially set in two of the most important events in the women history, the British suffrage movement of the early XX century and the massive introduction of the pill in the 60s, which contribute significantly  ...   reflects the women history that in the hegemonic narratives- that are paternalistic-, are relegated to the background.. Thus recovering feminine historical memory and reflecting their political struggle and the complexity of their private world.. In february 2011, the serie.. Demolished.. of.. Womakind.. was presented in the Park of Spain in Mexico City as part of.. Hand by Hand with General Cardenas.. , a project of.. Antimuseo.. (Madrid),.. (USA),..

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