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Sunday 20, 2016

Europe Big Hits

Visual arts – International

At TEFAF, Sales in the Modern Category Continue at a Modest Pace

by Judd Tully • Though hardly classified as a flurry, sales continued at a modest pace on opening day at The European Fine Art Fair, better known by its acronym, TEFAF, in the category of Modern art.

Performing arts - International

Best Albums of 2016 So Far: Kendrick Lamar, Iggy Pop, More

by Mark Beech • As we move toward the end of the first quarter of 2016 – how time flies –it is clear some of the best new albums have been unexpected, for better or worse.

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 – UK

Christie’s to Offer Rubens Masterpiece “Lot and his Daughters”

by Nicholas Forrest • Christie’s will offer the Sir Paul Rubens masterpiece “Lot and his Daughters” (circa 1613-1614) as the centerpiece of its Class Week sales in London.

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.

Visual arts – UK

Rolls-Royce Collaborates with Emirati Artist Mohammed Kazem

by Nicholas Forrest • Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has selected Emirati artist Mohammed Kazem to create a sculpture for the Rolls-Royce Art Programme.

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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