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Monday, December 21, 2015

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Visual art – UK

Robert Mapplethorpe’s Vivid Celebrity Portraits at The Bowes

by Nicholas Forrest • “The Magic in the Muse” at the Bowes Museum in County Durham in North East England showcases a selection of the late American artist’s portraits, which were a central component of his creative output.
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Visual art - Germany

Jana Euler’s “Female Jesus Crying in Public” at Galerie Neu Berlin

by Natalia Masewicz • Jana Euler’s paintings examine the formation of the artist’s identity as well as the representation of women in art.
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Lifestyle - Auctions

Petrus Tops $3.8 Million Single-Owner Sale, Biggest at Sotheby’s London in a Decade

by Mark Beech • Château Petrus and Côte Rôtie led Sotheby’s biggest London wine total in more than a decade for a single-owner sale.
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Lifestyle, Auctions - UK

Atlas Clock Fetches $200,000 in Bonhams Christmas Sale

by Mark Beech • For those looking for that ultimate Christmas present, the latest Bonhams sale had some unique and eye-catching lots, such as a mid-17th-century German clock that sold for the equivalent of about $200,000.
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Architecture and design - International

Best Design Exhibitions of 2015

by Jana Perkovic • The year 2015 in design was marked by blockbuster exhibitions including Le Corbusier at Centre Pompidou and Charles and Ray Eames at the Barbican.
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Architecture and design - International

5 Events That Marked Architecture and Design in 2015

by Jana Perkovic • From self-driving cars, to biotechnology, and from prize winners to the destruction of architectural heritage, architecture and design has been in the news throughout 2015.
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