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Wednesday, March 2, 2016

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Visual art – Germany

Joan Miró “Painting Walls, Painting Worlds” at Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt

by Nicholas Forrest • Frankfurt’s Schirn Kunsthalle is presenting a major exhibition focusing on Miró’s little-discussed preference for large-scale formats and his fascination with the wall.
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Architecture & design – Dubai

Curtain Raiser: Design Days Dubai Focuses On The Region

by Jana Perkovic • The fifth Design Days Dubai, taking place from March 14 through 18, will return with an increased focus on design from the United Arab Emirates and the Middle Eastern region. The fair has grown from five regional designs in the first edition, to more than 50.
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Travel – Netherlands

The Tastemaker: Valentin Loellmann’s Maastricht

by Michelle Tay • Maastricht is exactly how German designer Valentin Loellmann likes his surroundings: quaint and historic. Never mind that a bustling bar scene isn’t one of the little Dutch town’s strong suits — the 32-year old star of the design world, much prefers nature to nightlife any given day.
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Architecture & design – UK

Fredrikson Stallard: "Product Design is Killed in Board Meetings"

by Jana Perkovic • Ian Stallard and Patrik Fredrikson celebrate 10 years of work as SFMOMA purchases the Species sofa and David Gill Gallery opens an exhibition. They look to the future in an interview.
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Lifestyle/ jewelry – Russia

“Jewels Inspired by Nature. Ilgiz F.” at Moscow Kremlin Museums

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • Moscow Kremlin Museums is to present a retrospective of about 150 of Fazulzyanov’s hand-crafted jewelry with enameled pieces using grand-feu enameling, in an exhibition title “Jewels Inspired by Nature.”
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Travel – France

City Style: What Paris Is Wearing

by Jennifer Parker • Springtime in Paris is just around the corner, and with it brings a spirit of renewed optimism.
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Lifestyle/ fashion – Italy

The Most Show-stopping Collections of Milan Fashion Week Fall 2016

by Michelle Tay • If there were two words to sum up the collections in Milan for Fall 2016, they would be: sensory overload. Day after day, it seemed like the next designer was trying to outdo the previous one, be it with color, texture, pattern, embellishment or silhouette.
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