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Tuesday, March 1, 2016

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Visual arts – UK

Allen Jones’s Dominatrix-Inspired “Maîtresse” at Michael Werner, London

by Nicholas Forrest • Jones’s latest exhibition at Michael Werner Gallery in London brings together for the first time the paintings that form the artist’s Maîtresse cycle, which started as a commissioned movie poster in 1975 and has since developed into a group of major works.

Visual arts – International

Olivia McGilchrist Named 2016 Davidoff Limited Art Edition Artist

by Nicholas Forrest • The Davidoff Art Initiative (DAI) has revealed details of the second Davidoff Limited Art Edition featuring a specially commissioned video work by Jamaican-French artist Olivia McGilchrist.

Performing arts – International

Review: Adele Starts World Tour With Arena-Filling Voice, Star Gossip

by Mark Beech • The singing may blow you away. The staging is sometimes spectacular. As Adele started her world tour, all the doubters who thought she would struggle had best look away now. Or, even better, go check her out. She has the voice and personality to fill the stadiums she has long dreaded.

Visual arts – Middle East

Art Dubai 2016: An Interview with Fair Director Antonia Carver

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • As Art Dubai gets ready to celebrate its 10th anniversary, we talk to Antonia Carver, who has been the fair’s director since August 2010, discuss the evolution of the contemporary art fair and the state of the art market in the Middle East:

Lifestyle/ fashion – US

Oscars 2016: Purples and Blues are the New Black

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • As the stars walked the red carpet at the 88th Academy Awards, there was a clear winning trend: purple and blue hues were the colors of the night.

Visual arts – UK

London Gallery Sheds New Light on Female Comics Artists

by Nicholas Forrest • “Comix Creatrix: 100 Women Making Comics” at the House of Illustration in London is the UK’s largest ever exhibition dedicated to the work of pioneering female artists working in the comics medium.

Visual arts – UK

Damien Hirst Creates Artworks for Jeff Wootton’s Debut Album

by Nicholas Forrest • Damien Hirst has created 10 new spin paintings for a limited edition booklet accompanying Manchester-born musician Jeff Wootton’s debut album “The Way The Light.”

Visual art – UK

Datebook: BADA Antiques and Fine Art Fair 2016

by Nicholas Forrest • The British Antique Dealers’ Association’s annual showcase of fine art, design, and antiques will feature a wide range of carefully vetted items spanning the 16th century to the present day, and also includes a loan exhibition, “By Hand and Machine — The Gordon Russell Legacy.”

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