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Thursday, March 24, 2016

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Visual arts – UK

Damien Hirst to Curate Jeff Koons Show at Newport Street Gallery

by Nicholas Forrest • The “Now” exhibition will feature more than 30 paintings, works on paper, and sculptures from Hirst’s collection, spanning 35 years of Koons’s career.
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Visual arts – France

Japanese Art Built Up by Portier Family of France Over Four Generations to be Sold

by Mark Beech • The Portier family of France, whose expertise in the Asian art market has been a reference for four generations, is about to sell its personal collection. The family’s 90 lots have been entrusted to Beaussant Lefèvre, in association with Christie’s.
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Visual arts – France

Georges Desvallières Moves From Paris Singers to Religious Joy at Petit Palais

by Nathalie Mandel • The Petit Palais in Paris is offering a chance to rediscover George Desvallières, who works range from the seedy world of Montmartre’s shows to mythology and religious themes.
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Architecture & design – UK

Glasgow School of Art Reveals 3D Scans of Mackintosh Building

by Jana Perkovic • The point cloud images, created by experts from the Glasgow School of Art's Digital Design Studio, have been generated with laser scanning of the building.
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Visual arts - International

Art Basel Announces New Art Basel Cities Initiative

by Nicholas Forrest • As part of the initiative, Art Basel will work with selected partner cities to what it describes as “vibrant and content-driven programs specific to the city,” connecting them to the global art world.
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Lifestyle/ fashion – UK

Fashion Designer Claire Barrow Scores First Solo Art Show in London Gallery

by Michelle Tay • Best known for toeing the line between fashion and art with her illustrations on garments, British fashion designer Claire Barrow will have her first solo art show in London in April, showing paintings, drawings and works in neon light at M.Goldstein Gallery.
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Visual arts – Spain

Louise Bourgeois’s Seminal “Cells” at the Guggenheim Bilbao

by Nicholas Forrest • “Structures of Existence” at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao is the largest overview to date of Franco-American artist Louise Bourgeois’s “Cells.”
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Travel/ ideas – Milan

Cue the Concierge: Attilio Marro of Bulgari Hotel Milan

by Low Lai Chow • A guide to Milan, from restaurants to personal shoppers, from a man who knows it well.
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