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Monday, February 15, 2016

Europe Edition


Visual arts – UK

Subodh Gupta on “Invisible Reality” at Hauser and Wirth Somerset

by Nicholas Forrest • Occupying all five spaces of Hauser & Wirth’s Somerset gallery in the English countryside town of Bruton, “Invisible Reality” brings together a wide variety of sculptures, installations, and paintings by the New Delhi-based artist.
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Visual arts – Switzerland

Christo and Jeanne-Claude “Works in Progress” at Galerie Gmurzynska

by Nicholas Forrest • Galerie Gmurzynska is hosting a major selling exhibition at its gallery in St. Moritz, Switzerland in celebration of the 2016 launch of iconic environmental artist Christo’s (born 1935) first large scale project since he and his late wife, Jeanne-Claude (1935–2009), realized ”The Gates” in 2005.
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Performing arts – International

Kanye West’s “The Life of Pablo” Is Very Good, Shame About the Boasting

by Mark Beech • The album is the greatest of all time, according to West. Having previously told us that he was “the greatest living rock star on the planet,” he is now going further.
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Visual arts – Germany

Gallery Weekend Berlin Announces 2016 Galleries and Artists

by Nicholas Forrest • Gallery Weekend Berlin has announced the participating galleries and artists for its 2016 edition which will take place from April 29 to May 1, 2016.
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Performing arts – Germany

Berlinale Review: “L’Avenir (Things to Come)" Reveals a True Heroine

by Jennifer Parker • In “L’Avenir (Things to Come)," the French film premiering in competition at the 2016 Berlinale film festival, writer-director Mia Hansen-Love presents a real-life heroine who becomes stronger and more beautiful as life unravels around her.
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Lifestyle/ Jewelry – France

[Video] Chaumet's Ephemeral Museum Presents Une Éducation Sentimentale

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • Chaumet is celebrating love stories with a new exhibition at its Musée Ephémère at Place Vendome, Paris.
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Performing arts - Germany

Berlinale Review: Jeff Nichols’ “Midnight Special”

by Jennifer Parker • In the opening scene, a voiceover from a local television newscast drops us into a story already in motion: “Police issued an amber alert for an 8 year old boy. He was abducted from his home near El Dorado, Texas…”
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