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Visual arts – UK

Ann Christopher’s “Lines of Time” at London’s Royal Academy

by Nicholas Forrest • Ann Christopher RA talks about a new sculpture and series of drawings going on show.

Architecture & design – Italy

Venice Biennale of Architecture 2016: Reporting from the Front

by Jana Perkovic • This year’s Biennale of Architecture develops a political theme. More than 60 countries take part, with presence of some of the most eminent architectural names: Foster, Koolhaas, and Ando.

Visual arts – UK

Sotheby’s to Sell Rubin’s Pelham Collection as Gallery Reorganizes

by Mark Beech • Sotheby’s is to sell what it describes as one of the finest groups of antiques to be auctioned in recent years. The 180 lots coming up in London on March 8 are from the collections of Alan Rubin of Pelham Galleries and include some items formerly in the White House, Hamilton Palace, and Rothschild and Mountbatten collections.

Performing arts – UK

Virtuoso Performance Boosts “A Girl Is a Half-Formed Thing”: Stage Review

by Mark Beech • Aoife Duffin’s performance in “A Girl Is a Half-Formed Thing” at the Young Vic is nothing short of remarkable. While Eimear McBride’s debut novel has been trimmed by Annie Ryan, it is still 80 minutes straight through, more than 50 pages of play script, with the sole character Duffin onstage constantly.

Architecture & design – Germany

A Retrospective of Gerd Rothmann To Open in Munich

by Jana Perkovic • Looking for a title of this exhibition, Gerd Rothmann settled on “affair” as a way to describe the interplay between a piece of jewelry and the wearer.

Performing arts – International

Five Things Berlinale Reveals About the Oscars

by Jennifer Parker • At the close of its 66th iteration, the Berlinale international film festival not only proved relevant to Hollywood, but many in the industry now see it as the first step on the road to the Oscars.

Lifestyle/fashion – UK

Fall 2016 Collections: Marie-Agnès Gillot Stars in Gareth Pugh’s LFW Show

by Gabriella Daris • Paris Opera Ballet’s étoile Marie-Agnès Gillot was the unexpected star in Gareth Pugh’s Autumn/Winter 2016 show held at the art deco Freemasons’ Hall in Covent Garden during London Fashion Week.

Performing arts – International

Mongolian Rock Keeps its Roots in “Live From UB” at the Asia House Film Festival

by Robert Michael Poole • Kiss once sang “God gave rock’n’roll to everyone,” and according to the director Lauren Knapp’s documentary “Live from UB,” even the Mongolians received the gift.

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