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Visual art – UK

Rodin’s Love Affair in Sculpture May Fetch $1 Million at Bonhams London

by Mark Beech • An erotic sculpture by Auguste Rodin, created during his passionate love affair with the young Camille Claudel, may fetch as much as $1 million at Bonhams in London.
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Architecture and design - Germany

Richard Sapper, Designer of Tizio Lamp, Alessi Coffee Maker and IBM Thinkpad, Dies at Age 83

by Jana Perkovic • Sapper was one of the most influential designers of his generation, creating a range of products at a time when industrial methods of production were setting the shape of everyday objects for the modern era.
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Visual art – UK

The Alluring Art of Allen Jones at Galerie Gmurzynska St. Moritz

by Nicholas Forrest • The exhibition features a selection of sculptures and paintings from the early 1980s until 2014 on the theme of reality and magic.
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Performing art - International

Tributes Paid to Classical Music Maverick Pierre Boulez

by Robert Michael Poole • “With this belief as his paradigm, Pierre Boulez has radically changed music itself as well as its reception in society,” said conductor and musician Daniel Barenboim, in one tribute of many.
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Architecture & design - UK/ Japan

Foster + Partners Major Retrospective Opens at Mori Art Museum

by Jana Perkovic • Norman Foster has a worldwide reputation as one of the foremost architects of our time, but has never been the subject of a comprehensive retrospective in Japan – until now.
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Performing art – Germany

“Hail, Caesar!” – Counting Down to Berlinale 2016

by Robert Michael Poole • Berlinale will open with the latest from the Coen Brothers. “Hail, Caesar!” is a parody of 1950s Hollywood, and tells the story of a “fixer” working forced to search for a cast member who disappears from a film set.
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Performing art – International

David Bowie’s “Blackstar” Is His Best Album in Three Decades: Review

by Mark Beech • David Bowie’s new album is his best in a very long time, at least since the mainstream “Let’s Dance” in 1983, or even since the experimental “Low” in 1977.
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