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Monday, November 23, 2015

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Shepard Fairey’s “Earth Crisis” Eiffel Tower Intervention

by Nicholas Forrest • Shepard Fairey's latest work, at the Eiffel Tower in Paris, is a giant globe suspended between the tower's first and second floors.
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Saatchi Gallery Opens Carmignac Photojournalism Retrospective

by Nicholas Forrest • This is the first time that the work of all six laureates of the Carmignac photojournalism Award have been presented in a retrospective exhibition.
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China Censured Photos and Videos at Galerie Paris-Beijing

by Nicholas Forrest • The artists featured include Chi Peng, Gao Brothers, Liu Bolin, Mo Yi, Ren Hang, and Zhang Dali.
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Review: Adele’s Long-Awaited “25” Effortlessly Rises Above Expectations

by Mark Beech • Adele’s “25” is the most talked-about album of the year. It has sold millions within days. But is it worth buying?
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Sneak Peek: Ceramics and Sculpture at Design Miami

by Jana Perkovic • Blurring the line between sculpture and design, craft and art, ceramics from around the world will feature prominently at Design Miami.
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