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Ai Weiwei interviewed; sneak peek at London Art Fair; Jameel Prize shortlist; Leibovitz's portraits; auction previews; and more...

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

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Visual arts - France

VIDEO: Ai Weiwei on his Fantastical Creatures at Le Bon Marché

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • Speaking to Blouin Artinfo, the artist said he was happy having his work installed in a department store, because he likes “real people” to see his work. “I actually think museums have also become commercial sites.”

Visual arts – UK

Sneak Peek: What to See at London Art Fair 2016

by Nicholas Forrest • The 28th edition of the Fair will bring together 126 galleries from the UK and overseas, showcasing a wide range of works from the early 20th century to the present day.

Visual arts - UK

Victoria and Albert Museum Reveals Jameel Prize 4 Shortlist

by Nicholas Forrest • The shortlisted artists for the Jameel Prize 4 are: David Chalmers Alesworth, Rasheed Araeen, Lara Assouad, Canan, Cevdet Erek, Sahand Hesamiyan, Lucia Koch, Ghulam Mohammad, Shahpour Pouyan, Wael Shawky, and Bahia Shehab.

Visual arts – UK

Ernst, Schiele Head Christie’s Surreal, Imps/Mods Sales in London

by Mark Beech • One of Max Ernst’s masterpieces, “The Stolen Mirror,” and a self-portrait by Austrian artist Egon Schiele, will lead evening sales at Christie’s in London on Tuesday February 2 that are estimated to raise as much as $184 million.

Architecture & design - International

Alejandro Aravena Wins 2016 Pritzker Prize

by Jana Perkovic • Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena has won the Pritzker Prize, considered the highest accolade in architecture.

Visual arts - UK

Annie Leibovitz Expands Portraits of Women With Adele, Caitlyn Jenner, More for Tour Starting in London

by Mark Beech • Adele leans across the piano, her eyes closed in joy at the music; nearby, politician Aung San Suu Kyi poses formally; ballerina Misty Copeland stands on tiptoes and Queen Elizabeth II looks at home, as well she might, in Buckingham Palace.

Visual arts – Germany/UK

Richter “Abstrakte Bilder” Leads Sotheby’s London Sale

by Nicholas Forrest • Gerhard Richter’s “Abstrakte Bilder” 1990 will lead the Sotheby’s London Contemporary Art Evening auction on February 10, 2016 when it will be offered at auction for the first time with an estimate of £14-20 million (US$ 21.1-30.1 million).

Architecture and design – International

5 Times David Bowie Changed Design

by Jana Perkovic • We survey's the late star's influence on fashion, stage design and graphic art among others.

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