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Friday, December 11, 2015

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Visual art – UK

John Constable’s “The Lock” Sells for £9.1 Million at Sotheby’s London

by Nicholas Forrest • The monumental 55 x 48 inch painting has remained in the same family collection for more than 150 years and was last seen on the market in 1855.
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Shia LaBeouf Takes Calls as Art for #TOUCHMYSOUL at FACT Liverpool

by Nicholas Forrest • Shia LaBeouf has taken up residence at Liverpool’s FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) for a performance project titled #TOUCHMYSOUL.
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Performing art – UK

Classical Guitar Star Miloš Reveals Beatles Inspiration of New Album “Blackbird”

by Mark Beech • The 32-year-old, who was born Miloš Karadaglić, is interviewed in London’s Abbey Road studio 2, where the Beatles recorded some of the most famous pop songs of all time.
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Visual art – Germany

Carola Keitel, Hannes Seidl Produce Double Trouble at KW Institute Berlin

by Natalia Masewicz • Art in the “DOUBLE ROOM 4” at KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin explores the symbiotic relationship between the visions of two artists.
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Fashion- International

Shoes of the Future at Erarta Museum in St sburg

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • The show promises to enthrall footwear lovers with a presentation of creations that range from high heels shaped as revolvers to boots made of recycled crosses and shoes with fangs.
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Lifestyle – International

Gift Guide 2015: 5 Stylish Accessories For All Your Timeless Travel Needs

by Low Lai Chow • Our picks of stylish accessories to get you moving effortlessly — and immaculately — anywhere you go in the world, this holiday season.
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