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Monday, March 7, 2016

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Visual arts – UK

Tim Sayer Gifts Entire Art Collection to Hepworth Wakefield

by Nicholas Forrest • London-based art collector Tim Sayer, a retired BBC Radio 4 news writer and self-confessed “art-oholic,” has donated his entire collection of more than 400 works spanning ceramics, sculptures, paintings and works on paper, as well as a significant library of books, to The Hepworth Wakefield in his will.

Visual arts – France

Christopher Forbes’s Napoleonic Wedding Certificate, Art Sells in France

by Mark Beech • The weekend sale of the Napoleonic art collection owned by the US media entrepreneur Christopher Forbes ended with a 99% sale rate by lot, according to auction house Osenat.

Visual arts – UK

Phyllida Barlow to Represent Britain at Venice Biennale 2017

by Nicholas Forrest • Phyllida Barlow has been selected to represent Britain at the 57th Venice International Art Biennale from 13 May to 26 November 2017, the British Council announced.

Lifestyle/ wine – International

Tinkled Pink: Rosé Wine Pleases Palates, Champagne Becomes Collectible

by Mark Beech • Oenophiles, it is time to raise a glass and drink pink! Perennial proclamations that rosé has taken its place among reds and whites as a respectable quaff at last sound perfectly credible.

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 – Middle East

Art Dubai and Design Days Dubai Bring in US$35M, Says Report

by Nicholas Forrest • According to the Economic Impact survey, US $35 million of new money in direct visitor spend came into Dubai through the 2015 Art Dubai and Design Days Dubai events, which reportedly facilitated an estimated 6,000 art and design purchases.

Visual arts – International

MCH Group, Owners of Art Basel, to Expand Art Fair Portfolio

by Nicholas Forrest • Swiss-based live marketing company MCH Group (MCH), owners of the Art Basel art fairs, has announced its strategic intention to develop a portfolio of regional art fairs.

Visual arts – Spain

Hiroshi Sugimoto Demonstrates His Mastery of Time and Light at Fundaciόn MAPFRE

by Samuel Spencer • A master of photography at an elemental level, Hiroshi Sugimoto brings his prowess to the Casa Garriga i Nogués Exhibition Hall as Fundaciόn MAPFRE presents his first institutional show in Barcelona.

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