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Art Cologne reveals gallery lineup; ARNDT opens new Berlin venue; Sotheby's celebrates in Paris; Albarn's musical reviewed: and more...

Monday, December 14, 2015

European Edition

Visual art - Germany

Art Cologne Reveals Gallery Lineup for 50th Edition in 2016

by Nicholas Forrest • The world’s oldest fair for Modern and Contemporary Art has released its 2016 exhibitor list, revealing a lineup of 219 galleries from 25 countries.

Visual art - Germany

ARNDT Opens New Berlin Venue With Filipino Art Shows

by Natalia Masewicz • ARNDT in Berlin is celebrating the opening of a new venue, ARNDT Art Agency A3, with a group exhibition of contemporary Filipino art spread across the two galleries.

Performing art – UK

Review: Damon Albarn Down the Rabbit-Hole with Zombies in “”

by Warwick Thompson • Lewis Carroll, for some reason, didn’t think to include brain-eating zombies in his stories about Alice and her curious adventures in Wonderland. That oversight has now been amusingly rectified in Damon Albarn’s musical “” at the National Theatre.

Visual art - UK

ABBA’s Piano, Who Smashed Guitar, Ed Sheeran’s Stratocaster Sell in Bonhams Rock Auction

by Mark Beech • Abba’s piano, Bob Marley lyrics and Ed Sheeran’s Stratocaster all sold in a pre-Christmas sale of rock and pop memorabilia at Bonhams.

Visual art - International

Sotheby’s Launches App for New Apple TV

by Nicholas Forrest • Sotheby’s has launched an app for the new Apple TV, becoming the first major auction house with an app on the device.

Visual art – France

Sotheby’s Paris Sells €38.4m of Art in Major December Sales

by Nicholas Forrest • Sotheby’s Paris has achieved a combined total of €38.4M / $42M / £27.5M for its December sales of Impressionist & Modern and Contemporary art.

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