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Thursday, March 3, 2016

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Visual arts – Germany

Joaquin Sorolla “Spain’s Master of Light” at Kunsthalle Munich

by Nicholas Forrest • “Spain’s Master of Light” at the Kunsthalle in Munich is the first comprehensive retrospective in Germany of the Valencian artist Joaquín Sorolla.
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Visual arts – UK

Ian Cheng’s “Bad Corgi” App is Second Serpentine Digital Commission

by Nicholas Forrest • London’s Serpentine Gallery will launch its second Digital Commission in late March. New York- based artist Ian Cheng’s work is titled “Bad Corgi.” The commission is a mindfulness app for iOS in which you take control of a dwarfish demon pup .
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Visual arts – France

Christopher Forbes Reveals Why He’s Saying Goodbye to Napoleon III in Paris Sale

by Jake Cigainero • Christopher Forbes reveals why he’s selling his Napoleonic collection and delighted the auction is in France.
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Performing arts – UK

6 Must-See New London Shows for March: Beckett, Branagh, Buzzcocks and More

by Mark Beech • Some notable openings come to the London stage this month, after a start to 2016 that has already seen “Motown the Musical,” “War of the Worlds,” “Guys and Dolls” – and of course acclaimed works by Caryl Churchill and more. The title of Neil Labute’s UK premiere says it all, “Reasons to Be Happy.”
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Visual arts – Middle East

10 Must-See Exhibitions During Art Week Dubai 2016

by Nicholas Forrest • Art Week Dubai returns in 2016 from March 13-19 with a lineup of events that celebrate the diversity and dynamism of the Dubai’s art scene.
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Visual arts – Netherlands

Interview: Patrick van Maris on TEFAF Maastricht 2016

by Nicholas Forrest • TEFAF CEO Patrick van Maris looks forward to the fair, International growth and future optimism.
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Travel – International/ Italy

Is Italian Coffee Culture Under Threat from Starbucks?

by Robert Michael Poole • Whether ordering Starbucks coffee in Jordan or Japan, Finland or downtown Manhattan, fans of the Seattle-based chain will long be familiar with the way their caffeine-fix sizes up – Grande, Venti, and Trenta. And yet despite the Italian names, the world’s most successful coffee chain has never opened one in Italy. All that is about to change.
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Performing arts – International

Rolling Stones Announce Free Cuba Concert

by Robert Michael Poole • The Rolling Stones will perform the first open air concert in Cuba by a British rock band after announcing a surprise show to take place on March 25.
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