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Friday, December 4, 2015

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Pure Evil’s “Teenage Kicks” at Saatchi Gallery in London

by Nicholas Forrest • UK street artist Pure Evil, otherwise known as Charley Uzzell Edwards, shows paintings, hand-finished prints, tapestries, perspex sculptures, and customised hi-fi equipment.
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Frank Sinatra’s Personal Photos Revealed to Celebrate Centenary

by Mark Beech • Proud Chelsea is presenting a personal and intimate collection of pictures from the Sinatra Family Archive.
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Architecture & design - Austria

Josef Frank Show Adds Kitsch, Comfort to Design in Vienna

by Jana Perkovic • MAK Vienna’s second major ‘confrontation’ with Frank comes as this Austrian is reassessed for his design and architecture.
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Visual art - International

Davidoff Art Initiative Launches Two New Residency Programs

by Nicholas Forrest • The new locations in Bogotá and New York further extend a worldwide initiative.
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Visual art - France/Australia

“Whistler’s Mother” Heading Down Under to NGV in 2016

by Nicholas Forrest • “Portrait of the Artist’s Mother” will travel from the Musée d’Orsay in Paris to the National Gallery of Victoria.
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Architecture and design - International

Five Upcoming Designers to Watch Out For

by Jana Perkovic • As the market continues to expand, so does the range of styles that the new guard of contemporary designers is bringing to the scene. Here are some of the names you are likely to read more about in the future.
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Performing art - UK

Peaches and Prodigy to Paul Weller: London Gig Guide

by Mark Beech • Missed out on Madonna this week? Angry after being stuck in a never-ending computer line and missing out on Adele? Fortunately, they are plenty more gigs coming up – from provocateur Peaches to dance anarchists the Prodigy.
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