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Visual arts – Belgium

Dansaekhwa and Korean Abstraction at Boghossian Foundation in Brussels

by Darryl Wee • Opening at the Boghossian Foundation’s Villa Empain in Brussels this weekend is “When Process Becomes Form: Dansaekhwa and Korean Abstraction,” the first exhaustive exhibition of the Korean Dansaekhwa movement in Belgium.

Visual arts – UK

From Kate Moss to 007, Hirst to Beatles, Sotheby’s Sale Defines Cool Britannia

by Mark Beech • Sotheby’s is holding its latest “Made in Britain” sale with a series of artworks that define Cool Britannia. Kate Moss, the Beatles, Sean Connery, Mick Jagger, and Noel Coward are among those pictured. Henry Moore, Damien Hirst, L.S. Lowry and David Hockney are on the list of artists represented.

Visual arts – UK

Sotheby’s London to Show Rare Jewelry Sketches for First Time in Public

by Mark Beech • The “Masters of Design” display will feature preparatory sketches before items were hand-made by Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels and famous “maisons.”

Architecture and Design – International

Design Miami/ and Swarovski Announce Recipients of 2016 Swarovski Designers of the Future Award

by Jana Perkovic • The winners: the London-based Japanese sound artist Yuri Suzuki, Indian glass artist Anjali Srinivasan, and the German-Icelandic design duo Veronika Sedlmair and Brynjar Sigurðarson, based in Berlin.

Performing arts – UK

Review: Gemma Arterton in “Nell Gwynn”

by Warwick Thompson • “I swapped my oyster for my oranges, didn’t I?” says Nell Gwynn. Ostensibly, she’s talking about her life first as a hawker of molluscs and then of fruit. But when the frisky Gemma Arterton adds a wink to the line, you understand she’s referring to quite a different sort of oyster.

Architecture & design – Netherlands

Dutch Design Week Announces 2016 Ambassadors

by Jana Perkovic • The organizer of Dutch Design Week, Dutch Design Foundation, named designers Maarten Baas and Bas van Abel as the new ambassadors for the event.

Travel/ ideas – Germany

Top 5 Stylish Bars in Berlin

by Jennifer Parker • Hit Berlin now, and you’ll be there for the 2016 Berlinale film festival, arguably the city’s glitziest and best-attended annual event. When it comes to the best bars, we’ve done the legwork for you.

Architecture and Design – International

Uber Redesign Prompts Controversy, Crowdsourcing Competition

by Jana Perkovic • Multinational mobile ride hail company Uber has launched a new logo this month, prompting a controversy that has continued with the resignation of the head of design, and now a new crowdsourcing campaign for an alternative design..

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