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Art Brussels Announces Gallery List for 2016 Edition

by Nicholas Forrest • Art Brussels has announced a lineup of 140 galleries from 28 countries, including 31 newcomers, for its 34th edition.
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Drawing in Space: Hermes and David at The Hepworth Wakefield

by Nicholas Forrest • The Hepworth Wakefield in West Yorkshire is presenting concurrent exhibitions that draw parallels between the work of Italian-born, London-based artist Enrico David and the late British artist Gertrude Hermes.
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Corinne Diserens Appointed Curator of Taipei Biennial 2016

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Brutal “Bull” Brings Bullying Office Politics to Young Vic: Interview With Actor Nigel Lindsay

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Designers Investigate Comfort Zones at Galerie Poirel, Nancy

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