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Monday, February 29, 2016

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Visual arts – UK

Conrad Shawcross Unveils Monumental Public Artwork in London

by Nicholas Forrest • The Francis Crick Institute has unveiled a major new public artwork in London by British artist Conrad Shawcross outside its biomedical research center in the heart of King’s Cross. Titled “Paradigm,” at 14 meters high it is one of the tallest public sculptures in central London

Visual arts – UK

Sotheby’s to Sell Duchess of Devonshire’s Collection – Elvis to Antiques

by Mark Beech • Sotheby’s is to sell an eclectic collection of items owned by one of Britain’s greatest characters, the late Deborah, Dowager Duchess of Devonshire, who for more than half a century ran the Chatsworth estate.

Architecture and design – UK

Fredrikson Stallard's New Collection 'Gravity' to Premiere at David Gill Gallery

by Jana Perkovic • David Gill Gallery will present “Gravity,” an exhibition of new works by the UK avant-garde design duo FREDRIKSON STALLARD on March 9 – a body of work that “balances between the analog and the digital.”

Performing arts – UK

Tom Conti, Laurence Fox Explore Love, Hate in Lynn’s “Patriotic Traitor”: Review

by Mark Beech • Tom Conti plays alongside Laurence Fox in a new play by Jonathan Lynn... there is war, peace, laugh-out-loud lines and a hint of historical tragedy. All these, plus a life-or-death moral dilemma, are the ingredients in “The Patriotic Traitor,” about French leaders Charles de Gaulle and Philippe Pétain. It is a coup de théâtre, if ever there was, for the Park Theatre.

Architecture and design – Netherlands

9 New Generation Dutch Designers You Should Know

by Jana Perkovic • The Dutch are great at design. Not only do they have one of the world’s best design schools, in Eindhoven, they also are world-renowned for having a country that’s just so damn well put together. Here are some of the most interesting emerging designers and makers, all using interesting materials, techniques, and concepts.

Visual arts – UK

Rare Naum Gabo Monoprints at Alan Cristea Gallery in London

by Nicholas Forrest • Alan Cristea Gallery in London is presenting a selection of rare, previously unexhibited, unique woodblock prints by Russian artist Naum Gabo (1890 – 1977), from the personal collection of Gabo’s daughter Nina Williams and her husband.

Travel – UK

Damien Hirst's Pharmacy 2 Dispenses Art and Food

by Low Lai Chow • Remember Tramshed, Mark Hix’s Islington restaurant with the Hereford cow and cockerel in a formaldehyde-filled tank? Now Damien Hirst has created another Pharmacy.

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