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Visual art – UK

Delacroix Hero-Worship Led to Modern Art: National Gallery Review

by Mark Beech • “We all paint in Delacroix’s language’” said Cézanne. This statement of homage is the starting point for a new exhibition at London’s National Gallery.
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Lifestyle/ auctions – UK

James Bond Spectre Aston Martin DB10 Leads $3.98 Million Charity Auction

by Mark Beech • James Bond’s “Spectre” Aston Martin DB10 led a Christie’s charity sale of 007 memorabilia that raised £2.79 million ($3.98 million). The Aston, designed and engineered especially for the latest Bond film, sold for £2.43 million during the London auction.
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Performing arts – UK

Review: Delicate Juggernaut Rescues “Norma” at the ENO

by Warwick Thompson • You need merely a voice the size of Texas, the vocal flexibility of a nightingale, and the stamina of a prize bull to tackle the title role of Bellini’s “Norma.” Not much to ask, then.
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Architecture & design – Italy

10 Vases with Personality

by Jana Perkovic • Today we bring you ten vases with a personality: vases with faces, with bodies, human or humanoid. Vases that are looking at you.
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Performing arts – UK

“Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” Revives Blues With Attitude: London Stage Review

by Mark Beech • Somewhere or another, according to the old record-company slogan, Ma Rainey is always singing to you. To be exact, right now that somewhere is in London. The Royal National Theatre has revived the 1984 play about her by August Wilson, “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom.”
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Architecture & design – Netherlands

Hot Design: Dutch Reinvent the Airport Hotel

by Jennifer Parker • You’d think this was a luxury cruise line blowout, but instead, it is an airport hotel lobby – which hosted more than 800 guests attending the grand opening of the new Hilton at Schiphol.
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