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Yoko Ono's French dawn; Bonhams offers Lebanese art; Van Cleef & Arpels in Dubai; Maastricht guide for TEFAF; more..

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Europe Edition

Visual arts – France

Yoko Ono Seeks Light of Dawn in MAC Lyon Retrospective

by Jake Cigainero • In “Lumière de L’aube,” Ono’s work fills three expansive floors at the MAC Lyon in her first retrospective in France.

Visual arts – Germany

Auctionata Achieves 2015 GMV of €81 million, Up 165%

by Nicholas Forrest • Berlin-based online auction platform Auctionata announced a GMV (Gross Merchande Volume) for 2015 of €81 million ($90 million) – an increase of 165 percent on the previous year.

Visual arts – UK

Bonhams to Hold First-Ever Sale of Lebanese Modern Art

by Nicholas Forrest • According to Bonhams, the works in the sale provide a comprehensive account of Lebanon’s artistic heritage from turn-of-the-century works by pioneering artists such as Daoud Corm, Khalil Saleeby, and Kahlil Gibran to groundbreaking works by modern masters such as Saloua Choucair and Etel Adnan.

Lifestyle/ jewelry – Middle East

Van Cleef & Arpels Presents The Spirit of Nature at Design Days Dubai

by Blouin Artinfo • Van Cleef & Arpels is greeting visitors with an impressive high jewelry exhibition curated around the theme of nature. “The Spirit of Nature” brings together historical pieces created between the 1920s and the 1980s.

Architecture & design – UK

Lettering of the London Underground Examined in New Exhibition

by Jana Perkovic • It was while living in rural East Sussex that Edward Johnston designed the typeface that would become world famous for its use in the lettering for London Underground. The Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft is opening an exhibition this week to explore how Johnston’s type design brought traditions of lettering and craft into the modern era

Travel – Netherlands

When in Maastricht for TEFAF Maastricht 2016

by Low Lai Chow • From the nostalgia-tinged cobblestone roads of its old town to a lively gastronomic scene with plenty of surprises, the alluringly storied capital of Limburg can’t help but please — and please, it does. As TEFAF continues, we zoom in on Maastricht’s must-visit sights, places to stay and restaurants to dine at.

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