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German art's dark years; award winners; records at Sotheby's, Artcurial, and Ketterer Kunst; Macbeth, Paris Opera reviewed; and more..

Monday, December 7, 2015

European Edition

Visual art - Germany

German Art’s “Black Years” Recalled in Berlin

by Natalia Masewicz • The Hamburger Bahnhof sets out to capture all sides of the artwork produced during the Hitler period.

Visual art - France

Camille Henrot Wins Inaugural Edvard Munch Art Award

by Nicholas Forrest • Paris-born Camille Henrot won a prize of about $65,000, an exhibition of at the Munch Museum, and a residency at Munch’s studio in Oslo.

Visual art - UK

Sotheby’s Sets Records for Arab and Iranian Art in London

by Nicholas Forrest • Sotheby’s set six records for works of modern Arab and Iranian art, led by a sculpture by Egyptian artist Mahmoud Mokhtar.

Performing art – UK

Macbeth Leaves Blood on Dance Floor at Young Vic in London: Review

by Mark Beech • This is a memorable Macbeth like no other, with disco threatening to break out at any minute.

Architecture & design - France

Artcurial Design Sales Leap 22%, Boosted by International Collectors

by Jana Perkovic • A quarterly Design auction, and Scandinavian Design sale helped push the 2015 total up to $12.5 million.

Visual art - Germany

Ketterer Kunst Sets Auction Record for Otto Piene

by Nicholas Forrest • Munich-based auction house Ketterer Kunst has reported sales of €24 million for its December 2015 series of Modern and Post War/Contemporary auctions.

Visual art – International

Architect Tadao Ando, Artist Elyn Zimmerman Win 2016 Isamu Noguchi Award

by Jana Perkovic • The pair follow other top names to win the prize, including Norman Foster of Britain.

Performing art – France

Review: Wheeldon, McGregor and Bausch at the Paris Opera Ballet

by Gabriella Daris • The Paris Opera Ballet is honoring composer and conductor Pierre Boulez with an intense triple bill featuring Wayne McGregor’s new work, “Alea Sands,” Christopher Wheeldon’s “Polyphonia,” and Pina Bausch’s “Le Sacre du printemps.”

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