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The week's top stories: RA, Picasso shows; TEFAF; MCH to expand; rose wine; George Martin; Heinz Mack; female designers; and more..

Saturday, March 12, 2016

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Visual arts - UK

Video: In the Age of Giorgione at the Royal Academy in London

by Sonia-Kolesnikov-Jessop • The Royal Academy of Arts has just opened “In the Age of Giorgione,” an exhibition dedicated to Venetian artists during the first decade of the sixteenth century, a pivotal period where revolutionary new ideas emerged laying the foundations for the Golden Age of Venetian painting.

Visual arts – International

TEFAF 2016 Sees Upbeat Sales on Opening Day

by Judd Tully • The European Fine Art Fair, better known as TEFAF, the largest and most prestigious combined category fair on the continent, opened its 29th iteration to a conservative looking scrum of V.I.P. cardholders.

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 that reflect the extraordinary diversity of Pablo Picasso’s artistic creations over his long career.

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.

Performing arts - International

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

by Mark Beech • Sir George was always too modest to accept the widely used nickname “the fifth Beatle,” but he played a key role in making a Liverpudlian band into the most successful group of all time, and many of the tributes make reference to him as effectively the unseen member of the act.

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 – Germany

Heinz Mack’s Op and Kenetic Art Lights Up Arndt in Berlin

by Natalia Masewicz • Mack’s oeuvre spans more than five decades of sculpture, installation, painting and graphic art, and this exhibition features works produced between 1956 and 2015.

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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