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Weekly Best Stories: Berlin artists echo Bowie; Hubert Robert at Louvre; Cool Britannia sale; YSL's Mondrian; and more..

Friday, March 18, 2016

Europe Weekly Highlight

Visual arts – France

Death, Destruction, Ruins and Revolution: Hubert Robert at the Louvre

by Nathalie Mandel • The Louvre can claim something of a first with its huge exhibition on Hubert Robert, one of the most prolific artists of the 18th century.

Lifestyle – International

The Art of Fashion Illustrations with Flowers: Q&A with Meredith Wing of #SomeFlowerGirls

by Sonia kolesnikov-Jessop • With #SomeFlowerGirls, the 30-year-old illustrator has already caught the attention of several brands, such as Coach, Grey Goose, Baccadri, Patrón Tequila, and Rebecca Minkoff, among others.

Visual arts – Germany

Artists Echo Bowie, Ask “Where Are We Now” at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein

by Natalia Masewicz • New shows at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein question the influence of the past on the present.

Architecture & design – UK

V&A Announces Engineering Season, With Ove Arup and Installation by Robots

by Jana Perkovic • The V&A has announced a series of events intended to highlight the importance of engineering in our daily lives, framing engineers as the “unsung heroes” of design.

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.

Visual arts – France

Masterpieces of Budapest on Show in Luxembourg Museum, Paris

by Nathalie Mandel • A comprehensive and educational show gathers about 80 works from the Museum of Fine Arts of Budapest, currently in full renovation, following the reunification of the Szépmuvészti Mùzeum and the Hungarian National Gallery.

Performing arts – UK

REVIEW: Russian Ruler’s Secret Terror in “Boris Godunov” at the Royal Opera

by Warwick Thompson • A Russian ruler accused of ‘probable’ involvement in murder? That was the outcome of the recent British inquest into the death of whistleblower Alexander Litvinenko. It’s also the motor which drives Musorgsky’s historical opera “Boris Godunov.”

Lifestyle/ fashion – International

YSL’s Mondrian Dress Headlines Leslie Hindman’s April Couture Auction

by Michelle Tay • A series of dresses created by Yves Saint Laurent, inspired by a Piet Mondrian painting he bought, is among the designer’s most iconic creations. On April 7, one of these pieces will headline the Luxury Accessories and Couture auction.

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