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Video: Grayson Perry on “My Pretty Little Art Career”

by Nicholas Forrest • BLOUIN ARTINFO caught up with Perry as he was preparing to launch “My Pretty Little Art Career” to find out more about his work.
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Visual art – International

The 20 Most Expensive Artworks Sold at Auction in 2015

by Nicholas Forrest • As the global art market pauses for breath after a year of records and prepares for 2016, ARTINFO takes a look at the past 12 months through the lens of the auction market, in particular the 20 most expensive works of art sold at auction.
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Visual art - Italy

Artist John Armleder Puts Shining Christmas Theme Into Milan’s La Rinascente Store

by Pia Capelli • Swiss artist John Armleder has produced a Christmas theme for La Rinascente, the department store in Milan’s Piazza Duomo.
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Performing art - UK

Simon Russell Beale Shines in “Mr Foote” at Haymarket: Review

by Mark Beech • Simon Russell Beale shuffles across the stage, dances like a maniac, and apparently gets one leg sawn off. “It’s going to be difficult to top that in the second act!” his character Samuel Foote declares halfway into the show.
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Visual art - UK

Bonhams to Offer Unseen Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida Portrait

by Nicholas Forrest • Unseen for more than 100 years, the landscape-format work shows the influence of the Baroque painter Jusepe de Ribera, according to Bonhams. It is expected to fetch £300,000-500,000.
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Visual art – France

From Cartoonists to Admen: Vintage Posters at Les Arts Décoratifs in Paris

by Jake Cigainero • This February, Les Arts Décoratifs in Paris will mount the exhibition “De la caricature à l’affiche 1850-1918,” showcasing work by cartoonists whose biting takes on politicians, artists, and society would inspire future generations of satirists like those of Charlie Hebdo, but who also used their pens to reinvent the genre of advertising.
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Lifestyle – International

Pen Mightier Than the Sword: CROSS Joins Fonderie 47 to Stop Gun Violence in Africa

by Mark Beech • For those looking for a late seasonal gift that makes a difference, CROSS has announced a limited-edition pen that will help fight gun violence in war-torn parts of Africa.
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Architecture and design – International

Best New Buildings of 2015

by Jana Perkovic • The BLOUIN ARTINFO architecture team has chosen the best new buildings of 2015: from a Scandinavian kindergarten to a community hall in Connecticut.
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