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Friday, March 18, 2016

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Visual arts – Germany

Günter Brus’s Poetry Replaces Performance Provocation at Martin Gropius Bau Berlin

by Natalia Masewicz • The art of Günter Brus, long notorious, is on show in Berlin. The Austrian provocateur, born in 1938 and living in Graz, abused his body in sexual and scatological performance works. Now Martin Gropius Bau in Berlin explores the artist’s legacy.
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Visual arts – Middle East

10 Contemporary Fine Art Photographers You Should See at Dubai Photo Exhibition

by Sonia kolesnikov-jessop • With 129 photographers and 860 photographs, Dubai Photo Exhibition could be overwhelming. While each visitor will react differently, there are still several photographers that stand out. BlouinArtinfo picked 10 you should not miss:
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Visual arts – UK

Cool Britannia Tops $3 Million as Sotheby’s Sells Kate Moss, Beatles

by Mark Beech • Cool Britannia continues to have its fans, some 20 years after the term gathered maximum publicity, with the latest Sotheby’s “Made in Britain” auction this week realizing the equivalent of more than $3 million.
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Jewelry/ watches – Switzerland

Baselworld 2016 Trends: Watch Colors Pop Under Gray Skies

by Nazanin lankarani • Undeterred by the chilly grey skies and spring snow flurries on its opening day, Baselworld 2016 sprung into spring with a jolt of eye-popping hues as color reigned supreme in the collections of number of participating brands.
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Performing arts – UK

Jane Horrocks Sings Love Letters to Morrissey, Human League at Young Vic: Review

by Mark Beech • If you’re looking for trouble in the form of a distinctly different dramatic evening, you’ve come to the right place. Trouble, that is, in a good sense. The Jane Horrocks show at the Young Vic in London is definitely the right way to go, especially for those who know the origin of its title: “If You Kiss Me, Kiss Me.”
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Visual arts – France

Brian Calvin’s “Hours” of Painterly Pauses at Almine Rech Gallery

by Nicholas forrest • “Hours” at Almine Rech Gallery in Paris is an exhibition of new works by the LA-based landscape and portrait painter Brian Calvin who has developed a reputation as a painter of “pausing-as-an-activity.”
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Lifestyle/ jewelry – International

Stunning Art Jewelry Returns to Museum of Arts and Design’s LOOT in April

by Michelle tay • The 16th edition of LOOT: MAD About Jewelry at the Museum of Arts and Design is having a spring fling.
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