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RA's hit show mixes Impressionists, gardens: James Bond sale; spotlight on Moreau and Rouault; "Yen" reviewed; and more...

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

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Visual arts - UK

Painting and Gardening Mix at RA Show "From Monet to Matisse"

by Michael Prodger • The Impressionists and gardening − how perfectly the Royal Academy has triangulated British tastes for its beginning-of-the-year blockbuster.

Visual arts - UK

Christie’s Reveals 24 Lots for its “James Bond Spectre” Charity Sale

by Nicholas Forrest • Auction house Christie’s in conjunction with EON Productions, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment has revealed the 24 lots of its “James Bond Spectre – The Auction” which comprises an online-only sale and invitation-only live auction.

Performing arts - UK

Anna Jordan’s “Yen” Brings Broken Britain to Royal Court: Stage Review

by Mark Beech • If “a working-class hero is something to be,” as John Lennon once put it, there seem to be a lot of them about on the London stage at present. If not heroes, exactly, anti-heroes for sure. The latest arrivals are in “Yen” by Anna Jordan at the Royal Court.

Visual arts - France

Complex Artistic Relationship Between Gustave Moreau and George Rouault Unraveled in Paris Show

by Nathalie Mandel • Few people are aware of the very strong bond that existed between the painters Gustave Moreau (1826-1898) and Georges Rouault (1871-1958).

Visual arts - Germany

Wall Sculpture Opens Up “Expanded Fields” at Nymphius Projekte Berlin

by Natalia Masewicz • The “Expanded Fields” group show at Nymphius Projekte in Berlin investigates contemporary approaches to sculpture. The exhibition presents a variety of works, most of which are hung together on a wall in a fascinating mosaic of different styles.

Architecture and design - France

Denis Milovanov Brings Solid Oak to Armel Soyer in Paris

by Jana Perkovic • Denis Milovanov, whose idiosyncratic works in solid oak reference traditional Russian crafts through a radical artistic prism, has been regularly shown at Galerie Armel Soyer, and will now have a solo exhibition.

Visual arts - UK

John Bratby Collectors Unite Paul McCartney Works at Jerwood Gallery

by Robert Michael Poole • The Jerwood Gallery in Hastings has taken an unusual step in staging a major retrospective of John Bratby, regarded as an enfant terrible in the 1950s and 60s UK art scene.

Visual arts - UK

National Portrait Gallery to Celebrate 100 Years of British Vogue’s Photography

by Afsun Qureshi • Launched during World War I when transatlantic shipments of the American edition were disrupted, British Vogue celebrates its centennial with an exhibition that opens on February 11.

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