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Philipp Kaiser to curate Swiss Pavilion; TinTin cartoons, Duke's Lagonda for sale; tributes to George Martin; and more..

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Europe Edition

Visual arts – Germany

Philipp Kaiser to Curate Swiss Pavilion at Venice Biennale 2017

by Nicholas Forrest • Philipp Kaiser is to curate the Swiss Pavilion exhibition at the 2017 Venice Biennale. The Berne-born, Los Angeles-based independent curator and art critic was recommended for nomination by the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia’s art biennials jury.

Architecture & design - Germany

From Hearts to Happy Families, Alexander Girard at Vitra Design Museum

by Jana Perkovic • Hearts, flowers, rainbow colors, and happy families, all found their way into the textile designs of Alexander Girard, whose work shaped the aesthetic of American design in the postwar era. Vitra Design Museum in Germany will soon open the first major retrospective.

Performing arts –International

Tributes Pour in After Death of “Fifth Beatle” Sir George Martin, 90

by Mark Beech • Tributes have been pouring in from around the world after the death was announced of Sir George Martin. The British music producer, best known for his work with the Beatles, died at home at the age of 90.

Visual arts – France

Artcurial to Offer TinTin Drawing by Hergé from Renaud Collection

by Nicholas Forrest • French auction house Artcurial’s Comic Strips department will offer an ensemble of works from the personal collection of the French singer Renaud during its April 30 Comic Strips auction in Paris.

Car auctions – UK

Duke of Edinburgh’s Aston Martin Lagonda May Fetch $640,000 in H&H Classics Sale

by Mark Beech • An open-top car once owned by the Duke of Edinburgh and which won Aston Martin Lagonda its first Royal warrant may sell for the equivalent of $640,000 in a British auction.

Visual arts – France

The Mécène: Fondation d'Entreprise Ricard and Villa Vassilieff

by Jake Cigainero • The villa in Montparnasse, on Paris’s left bank, where Russian artist Marie Vassilieff once hosted the cream of the city’s interwar art scene is once again a focus of creative ferment.

Travel – UK

The Weather Café Responds to Emotional Climates in Leeds, UK

by Robert Michael Poole • Ever had one of those days when your head is in the clouds? Or perhaps you just need a place to brainstorm? What if there was a café that actually reflected the emotional climate of the day. That’s the concept behind David Shearing’s The Weather Café, which opened this month in Leeds, U.K.

Visual arts – International

Marwan Zakhem on Ghanaian Art and His New Gallery in Accra

by Nicholas Forrest • Lebanese-born British construction entrepreneur and art collector Marwan Zakhem has opened a new gallery in the Ghanaian capital of Accra, Gallery 1957.

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