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Tuesday, January 5, 2016

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Visual art - Italy

Artefiera to Turn 40 With Showcase of Best Italian Art: Preview

by Pia Capelli • Bologna Fiere will host 221 exhibitors, including 190 galleries displaying 2,200 works of art by more than 1,200 artists.
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Visual art – UK

Datebook: What to Expect at Mayfair Antiques & Fine Art Fair

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Visual art - Netherlands

Magali Reus Wins 2015 Prix de Rome for Visual Arts

by Nicholas Forrest • Dutch artist Magali Reus has been announced the winner of the 2015 Prix de Rome for visual arts, the oldest and most important Dutch award for visual artists under 40.
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Visual art – UK

Art on the Underground Unveils Tube Map Cover by Tomma Abts

by Nicholas Forrest • Art on the Underground, London’s largest art programme, has unveiled a new Pocket Tube Map cover by the Turner Prize winning British-based German artist Tomma Abts.
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Performing art - UK

Five Must-See Shows on London Stage: From Guys and Dolls to Ralph Fiennes via Caryl Churchill

by Mark Beech • From a revival of “Guys and Dolls,” one of the best-loved musicals, to a new full-length work by the acclaimed playwright Caryl Churchill, January is a promising start to 2016 on the West End stage.
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Bentley Adds 200-Million-Year-Old Stone to Wood, Leather in Last Word in Luxury Interiors

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INTERVIEW: Lucinda Childs Teams with James Turrell & Philip Glass

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