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Visual arts – UK

Gallerist Steve Lazarides Lands 7-Figure Qatari Investment

by Nicholas Forrest • London-based urban art dealer Steve Lazarides has announced a “seven-figure investment” in his gallery empire by Qatari business magnate and prolific art collector Wissam Al Mana.

Visual arts - International

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.

Lifestyle/ auctions – Cars

Classic-Car Market Keeps Caution Amid Headlines of Record Ferraris in Paris, Arizona

by Mark Beech • While Ferraris are still the kings of the auction market, there are signs of some caution from dealers amid the high prices and estimates.

Performing arts – UK

7 Must-See Shows in London: Motown, Ma Rainey, Nell Gwynn, Worlds at War, More

by Mark Beech • “Motown the Musical” arrives in town. Plays celebrate the 1920s blues singer Ma Rainey and 18th-century actress and Royal mistress Nell Gwynn. Ralph Fiennes takes on the most challenging Ibsen. Tom Conti and Laurence Fox star in the world premiere of a Jonathan Lynn play. A revival of “War of the Worlds” joins “Guys and Dolls.”

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.

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 Russian collector of modern French art, Sergei Shchukin.

Architecture & Design - Norway

Norwegian Postmodern Design Star Terje Ekstrøm Gets Oslo Retrospective

by Jana Perkovic • The exhibition at The Museum of Decorative Arts and Design in Oslo is the first retrospective of Terje Ekstrøm and his contemporaries, pioneers of Postmodernist design in Norway.

Visual arts – Germany

“The Big Other” Organized by Paula Doepfner at Galerie Tanja Wagner

by Natalia Masewicz • The curator of the show, Paula Doepfner, has assembled artists whose works explore the role of the “Other” in the construction of an identity, whether individual or collective.

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