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Friday, February 12, 2016

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Visual arts - France

Paris’s Fondation Louis Vuitton to Show Shchukin Collection

by Nicholas Forrest • Curated by Anne Baldassari, the exhibition is dedicated to the collection of modern masterpieces bought together by the visionary Russian collector of modern French art, Sergei Shchukin.
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Visual arts - Belgium

Independent’s Laura Mitterrand Previews Belgium Edition, Championing Galleries

by Jake Cigainero • Independent is proving itself to be “the little fair that could” as it gears up to launch its first Brussels edition, which runs from April 20 through 23, coinciding with Art Brussels
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Performing arts - UK

Whisky-Soaked Detective Chases Dames in “Hardboiled": London Stage Review

by Mark Beech • Calling all those who like watching the detectives. For fans of Raymond Chandler’s thrillers, movies like “The Big Sleep,” and “Chinatown,” here’s a play you may enjoy. “Hardboiled: The Fall Of Sam Shadow” by the Rhum and Clay company is at the New Diorama in London.
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Visual arts - Germany

Computer Screens Mirror Life as Berlin Show Explores Technology’s Influence on Art

by Natalia Masewicz • A new Berlin show explores the relationship between technology and art. “Dreaming Mirrors Dreaming Screens” at Sprüth Magers opens up a wide range of questions about the subjects and that their influence is on the subconscious mind.
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Performing arts - France

Review: Jérôme Bel, Benjamin Millepied & Jerome Robbins at Palais Garnier

by Gabriella Daris • The day after Benjamin Millepied announced his resignation, a new, rather overlong programme (three hours, including intervals) opened at Palais Garnier. The triple bill showcased Jérôme Bel’s “Tombe,” Millepied’s “The Night ends” (“La Nuit s’achève”), and Jerome Robbins’ “Goldberg Variations.”
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Visual arts - UK

Christie's $84M Post-War and Contemporary Sale Bucks Financial Markets' Slump

by Judd Tully • Amid a grim trading day of sinking financial markets worldwide, Christie’s Post-War/Contemporary evening art auction pulled off an impressive and reassuring result, bringing £58,099,000/$84,301,640 — comfortably above the low end of pre-sale expectations pegged at £50-74.8/$72.7-$108.6 million.
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