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Tuesday, March 8, 2016

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Visual arts – UK

Hilma af Klint’s Paranormal Paintings at London’s Serpentine

by Nicholas Forrest • Hilma af Klint might be the most interesting and important artist you have never heard of; but who will you be hearing lots more about thanks to an exhibition at London’s Serpentine.
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Visual arts – France

Review: Daniel Buren at BOZAR, Brussels

by Jake Cigainero • When an artist’s work is site-specific and disappears after the matter, how do you mount a retrospective when more than 80% of their pieces no longer exist? If you are Daniel Buren, you curate a quid-pro-quo assembly of artists and works to represent the span of a life's work.
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Visual arts – France

Paris Show Remembers Serge Gainsbourg – Lover and Composer – 25 Years On

by Mark Beech • Serge Gainsbourg, who died 25 years ago this month, is the subject of a revealing photographic exhibition in Paris that shows him at the height of his 1960s fame and in his notorious relationship with Jane Birkin.
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Performing arts – UK

New Order Meets Morrissey as Jane Horrocks Rocks the Young Vic

by Mark Beech • It is safe to say that there is never been a show quite like it at the Young Vic. Or anywhere else for that matter. “If You Kiss Me, Kiss Me” takes a selection of music originally from male-fronted northern English bands such as the Human League, the Gang of Four and Cabaret Voltaire. There is no speech, only song from actress Jane Horrocks.
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Architecture & design – France

Design Dealers: An Interview with Franck Laigneau

by Jana Perkovic • One of the more idiosyncratic design gallerists of today, Paris-based Franck Laigneau talks about Jugendstil and artistic colonies of the turn of the last century – and the future.
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Visual arts – Middle East

Interview: Ringo Bunoan on Art Dubai’s Marker 2016 Program

by Nicholas Forrest • Art Dubai 2016 has turned its focus to the Philippines for the third edition of its Marker thematic gallery program, which sits alongside the Contemporary and Modern gallery halls of the fair.
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Fashion – International

Art on the Catwalk: Olympia Le-Tan Taps Hirst, Hockney, Warhol and More for Fall 2016

by Michelle Tay • Quite inarguably the most artful presentation of fashion week, Olympia Le-Tan’s Fall 2016 collection name-checked all the famous artists who have ever had a gallery or museum show.
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Travel/ food – UK

Art on the Plate: Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland Reimagined As Art Desserts

by Low Lai Chow • Welcome to the new dessert restaurant at Hotel Café Royal—where Sarah Berger serves as executive pastry chef — that has, like the March Hare, literally jumped onto London’s Regent Street.
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