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Friday, March 4, 2016

Europe Edition

Visual arts – UK

Victor Vasarely’s Mind-Bending Op Art at Omer Tiroche London

by Nicholas Forrest • London’s Omer Tiroche Contemporary Art is showing a survey of works by Victor Vasarely, a man widely regarded as the father of Op-art.

Visual arts – UK

The Duchess of Devonshire Sale Attracts More Than 1,000 Bidders at Sotheby's London

by Liza Muhlfeld • More than 1,000 bidders registered for the event. Highlights spanned the fine and decorative art categories, as well as jewels and items from the Duchess’s library. The auction exceeded its pre-sale estimate by securing a tally of £900,000 ($1.3 million) only halfway through the sale.

Performing arts – Europe

6 Must-See Concerts in March: Grimes, Muse, Adele and More

by Mark Beech • The list of must-see shows in Europe this month is topped by Adele, perhaps not surprisingly. But for rock fans not likely to be impressed by her melodious ballads, there’s plenty more on offer – from a very different female star in Grimes; to Muses’s space rock; the raw chords of the 1975 and Wolf Alice; and the all-out sonic attack of the Jesus and Mary Chain.

Visual arts – Belgium

Move Over Mondrian: Theo Van Doesburg’s Blocks Go on Show in Brussels

by Jake Cigainero • Piet Mondrian’s name may be the first to come to mind at the sight of the clean, bold lines and blocks of color celebrated and replicated the world over, but it was his Dutch compatriot Theo van Doesburg that championed the De Stijl movement to wide acclaim.

Visual arts – UK

[Video] "Botticelli Reimagined" at V&A with its Curator

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • On March 5, the Victoria and Albert Museum, in partnership with the Gemäldegalerie – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, is opening the blockbuster exhibition “Botticelli Reimagined” which gathers 150 works from around the world, including more than 50 works by the Florentine artists.

Lifestyle/ auctions – Germany

Sale of Dictator’s Mercedes With Spy Technology to Help Orphans

by Mark Beech • The Bonhams auction of Mercedes-Benz cars this month includes a 350 SL once owned by Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceaușescu. The Roadster is fitted with spy technology – and its proceeds will help the orphans of Romania who were once affected by his brutal regime. The March 19 event will be held at the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart, Germany.

Architecture & design – Middle East

Marcel Wanders Debuts at Design Days Dubai

by Jana Perkovic • Marcel Wanders will present his Personal Editions collection at Design Days Dubai and give an opening address for the fair on March 14.

Lifestyle/ jewelry – International

Jewels Set to Shine at TEFAF Maastricht 2016

by Michelle Tay • Jewels from all over the world are set to shine at this year’s TEFAF Maastricht. Notably, brands Verdura and Belperron will exhibit at the fair for the first time.

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