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Friday, December 18, 2015

European Edition

Visual art – UK

Brigitte Lacombe’s Intimate Celebrity Portraits at Phillips London

by Nicholas Forrest • “Complicities” at Phillips London celebrates the work of New York-based French photographer Brigitte Lacombe, revealing her unique insider perspective on the world of cinema.

Lifestyle, Auctions - France

Artcurial’s January Monaco Sales to Mix Jewels, Watches, Hennessy Boxes, Tribute to Fratellini Circus Family

by Mark Beech • Artcurial will for the first time set up home in Monaco this winter at the Yacht Club, with a truly mixed bag of rarities: jewelry, watches, vintage Hermès, wine, spirits - and a tribute to the Fratellini family of circus clowns.

Visual art - Netherlands

Stedelijk Museum Reveals Bold Plans for New Exhibition Space

by Nicholas Forrest • Amsterdam’s Stedelijk Museum has announced plans to open a new contemporary-art location in 2017, repositioning the Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam (SMBA) project space in the heart of the city.

Lifestyle, Auctions - UK

Early English Pocket Watch Sells for $1.5 Million at Sotheby’s London

by Mark Beech • A masterpiece of English watchmaking has sold for £989,000 (about $1.5 million) at Sotheby’s in London.

Visual art - UK/ Australia

Video: Gilbert and George on their “Art Exhibition” at MONA

by Nicholas Forrest • Gilbert and George talk to BLOUIN ARTINFO about their MONA show and explain their philosophies, motivations, and inspirations.

Visual art – France

Mario Tavella Named President Director General of Sotheby’s France

by Mark Beech • Tavella, who is Italian, will assume his duties at the helm of the Paris office on January 4, 2016.

Architecture and design – International

Top 5 Design Markets This Christmas

by Jana Perkovic • Blouin ARTINFO has selected five of the world's most interesting Christmas markets for the design-savvy. Here is our pick of the crop.

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