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Thursday, March 10, 2016

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Visual arts – International

2016 TEFAF Art Market Report Shows US Increase, Global Drop

by Nicholas Forrest • This year’s report shows a 7% decline in global sales during 2015 from $68.2bn to $63.8bn and a 2% decline the volume of sales to 38.1 million. However, sales in the US rose by 4% to their highest ever total of $27.3bn, confirming the US as the global market leader with a 43% share of total sales values.
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Visual arts – UK

Tate to Show Modernist Photos from Sir Elton John Collection

by Nicholas Forrest • “The Radical Eye: Modernist Photography from the Sir Elton John Collection” will showcase an unrivalled selection of classic modernist images from the 1920s to the 1950s.
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Visual arts - France

Demons Meet Chinese Deer in Mixed “Carambolages” at Grand Palais

by Jake Cigainero • The Grand Palais show is based on the billiards idea of a “carambolage” or “cannon” where a cue ball pushes others to quite different places. The mixed bag of art has unexpected consequences.
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Visual arts – UK

Ryoichi Kurokawa Mixes Art and Astrophysics at Liverpool's Foundation for Art and Creative Technology

by Samuel Spencer • Combining art and astrophysics, audiovisual artist Ryoichi Kurokawa’s latest exhibition at FACT Liverpool takes a closer look at the stars.
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Architecture & design – International

The Auctioneer: Artcurial's Emmanuel Berard on Design

by Michelle Tay • The design department director looks back on his most memorable sales and looks forward with confidence.
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Visual arts – France

Video: A Tour of “Picasso. Sculptures” in Paris With Its Curator

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • After re-opening late last year, the Musée national Picasso-Paris is mounting its first major exhibition, "Picasso. Sculptures," presenting more than 240 pieces.
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Visual arts – International

Lynn Chadwick Sculptures Come to Central

by Darryl Wee • The exhibition will place 25 of Chadwick’s distinctive, sharply geometric bronze and steel sculptures across some of Hong Kong Central’s most visible and high-end real estate.
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Architecture & design – International

11 Female Collectible Designers of Note

by Jana Perkovic • After International Women's Day, the Architecture + Design team at Blouin ARTINFO has decided to showcase eleven contemporary female designers whose work we have loved in the past year.
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