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The Lowdown on Hurun’s Exhibition of Chinese Art in London

by Nicholas Forrest • “Circle Lines” at London’s China Exchange is the Hurun Art Foundation’s first exhibition in Europe. Coinciding with Chinese New Year, the celebration of Chinese contemporary art features the work of 15 artists including Wang Tiande, Qiu Jie, Mao Lizi, Qiu Jie, and Shen Fan.
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Freud’s “Pregnant Girl” Portrait Sells for £16m at Auction

by Nicholas Forrest • Lucian Freud’s “Pregnant Girl” 1960-61 has sold for £16.1 million / $23.2 during the Sotheby’s London Evening Auction of Contemporary Art, smashing the pre-sale estimate of £7-10 million and setting a new record for an early painting by the artist.
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Performing arts - UK

Zippos Cirque Berserk Brings High-Octane Circus to London: Review

by Mark Beech • Old-style circus is so 2015. This year’s model, from Zippos Cirque Berserk, shows the old-style big top show is getting cooler, faster, stronger. Whether better is another matter.
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Visual arts - UK

Phillips's Respectable $35.1M 20th Century & Contemporary Art Sale

by Judd Tully • Bucking strong financial headwinds from the global economy, Phillips managed to pull off a decent though hardly robust sale of 20th-Century & Contemporary Art that realized £24,590,000/$35,164,415.
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Visual arts - France

Pompidou-Metz Art Surveys Natural Disaster, Life Under Water

by Jake Cigainero • In the exhibitions “Sublime: Tremors of the World” at Centre Pompidou-Metz, more than 300 works from artists, architects and filmmakers such as Darren Almond, Susan Hiller and Giuseppe Penone explore the awe-inspiring aspects of mother nature - notably her darker side and the powers of destruction she wields.
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Visual arts - Germany

Berlin’s VeneKlasen/Werner Revisits the Radical Koji Enokura

by Nicholas Forrest • The VeneKlasen/Werner is presenting the first ever solo presentation in Berlin of Kōji Enokura (1942–1995), one of the most important figures in post-war Japanese art.
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Visual arts - UK

Bidding Fireworks Spark at Sotheby’s $100.4M Contemporary Sale

by Judd Tully • Though pinched by a trio of high-value works withdrawn from the auction by nervous sellers at the 11th hour, Sotheby’s Contemporary Evening Sale triggered some bidding fireworks on a few star lots and tallied £69,461,000/$100,447,552.
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