Seminar to encourage reading
Within the framework of the Seminar In search of the white rabbit in the country of utopia: narratives, languages and imagination, of the José Emilio Pacheco Extraordinary Chair for Reading Promotion, a dialogue table will be presented with the writers Vivian Abenshushan and Alejandra Eme Vázquez around the mechanisms, strategies and policies in the different practices that involve language. The appointment is at the University Museum of Contemporary Art (MUAC).
Approach to William Shakespeare
This Wednesday, in the Historical Gallery of the Los Pinos Cultural Complex, a conference will be held to publicize the details of the Third Shakespeare Festival, which seeks to spread the life and work of the English playwright, poet and writer (1564-1616). Through proposals of theater, dance, music and visual arts, the meeting, which will be held in Pachuca, Hidalgo, seeks to be a window for national and international artists who immerse themselves in the universe of the Elizabethan classic.
The painted city
The details of the exhibition Painting the City will be announced at the Museum of Mexico City. The Painted City, which brings together the eyes of 25 plastic artists from different generations who have taken Mexico City as a primary thematic axis of their pictorial work. It is composed of diverse visions of panoramic views or focused on urban details, where the viewer can identify emblematic spaces and abstractions from them.
Meeting of religions
The Primacy Archdiocese of Mexico will offer the keynote lecture "500 years of the first cross and the first chapel in Mexico City." Jorge Traslosheros, director of the Institute of Historical Research of the UNAM, will participate in the Archbishop's Curia, who will participate with the presentation “Celebration and commemoration? 500 years of the first cross in Mexico City; Eduardo Chávez, postulator of the Cause of San Juan Diego, with the presentation "Meeting between religions of two worlds and the importance of the Virgin of Guadalupe", among others.
National Meeting of Choreographers
Rafael Galván House will be informed about the third issue of Incontra. National Meeting of NO / LEGÍTIMO Choreographers, a unique project that will bring together 16 choreographic proposals from national and international artists who were inspired by the intimate and exposed themes to reflect and create actions around these concepts.
National Museum of Anthropology receives Leopoldo Flores
The Leopoldo Flores exhibition will be inaugurated in the second temporary room of the National Museum of Anthropology. Universal Man, with more than 120 works by the Mexican painter who created the Cosmovitral of the Botanical Garden of Toluca.
Facsimiles Collection, dedicated to Alí Chumacero
The Mexican Academy of Language will present the first volume of its new Facsimiles collection, dedicated to Alí Chumacero (1918-2010). Jaime Labastida (1939), Felipe Garrido (1942), Alejandro Higashi (1971) and Luis Chumacero (1950) will give the details of this new editorial project. The appointment is in the Murray Schafer room of the National Fonoteca.
70 years of the Mexican Plastic Salon
The Palace of Fine Arts will open its doors to the discussion on the 70th Anniversary of the Mexican Plastic Hall, in which Ana Garduño, a researcher at the National Center for Research, Documentation and Information of Plastic Arts (Cenidiap); Luissa Irazú López, expert in heritage issues; Susana Campos, a member artist of the Mexican Plastic Salon, and Luis Rius, a researcher at Cenidiap.
Live in the Historic Center
In the Headquarters of the Monte de Piedad National, the book Living the Historic Center will be presented, a literary work that will serve as a guide to learn about the historical, cultural and tourist secrets that Mexico City hides.
They present Ksemendra book
This Wednesday, the book Mother Octavio Paz of the Fund of Economic Culture (FCE) will present the book Mother for convenience or The manual of the perfect courtesan of Ksemendra, a fun story written in Sanskrit by this author of the eleventh century, which presents a Little known face of India. Wendy Phillips, Benjamín Preciado and the editor and translator Óscar Figueroa participate.
Pelegrín Clavé at the National Museum of San Carlos
This week the Pelegrín Clavé exhibition will open. Origin and meaning (1811-1880) in the National Museum of San Carlos, so this Wednesday there will be a media tour. The exhibition is a tribute to the creator and central figure of the teaching of art in the nineteenth century. This first retrospective dedicated entirely to the formal study of his work is composed of more than 140 works, including oil paintings, watercolors and drawings from various collections, both public and private.