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Sunday, March 6, 2016

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Biggest-Hit and Forward-Looking Stories

Visual arts - International

10 Must-See Art Exhibitions Opening in Europe in March

by Nicholas Forrest • The selected exhibitions feature artists such as Pablo Picasso, Yoko Ono, Louise Bourgeois, Marina Abramović, and Joaquín Sorolla to name but a few.

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.

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.

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.

Visual arts - 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.”

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.”

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.

Architecture & design – UK

9 New Talents in British Crafts You Should Know

by Jana Perkovic • We have been hearing a lot more about contemporary British crafts since the UK Crafts Council increased its efforts in regional partnership and promotion. For Design Days Dubai, Crafts Council is bringing a selection of the best of British craft. Here are our picks.

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