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Sunday, March 13, 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 – 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. In second place was the UK with 21% by value and in third, China, with 19%.
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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.
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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.
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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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