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Gabriel Orozco's Japan-Inspired Show, Yves Oppenheim's Color Action at Galerie Max Hetzler, and More

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

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Visual Arts - UK

Gabriel Orozco’s Japan-Inspired Marian Goodman London Show

by Nicholas Forrest • An exhibition of new work by renowned Mexican artist Gabriel Orozco is currently on show at Marian Goodman’s London Gallery — the artist’s first exhibition in London since the 2011 retrospective at Tate Modern.

Visual Arts - France

Yves Oppenheim’s Color Action at Galerie Max Hetzler, Paris

by Nicholas Forrest • Galerie Max Hetzler of Paris is currently showing an exhibition of recent paintings and drawings by the Paris- and Berlin-based abstract artist Yves Oppenheim whose work evokes the color-field and hard-edge painting styles of the 1960s.

Visual Arts - UK

Dealer's Notebook: Q&A With Mashael Al Rushaid of HEIST Gallery

by Rachel Will • We caught up with Mashael Al Rushaid to learn more about her HEIST Gallery in London's idyllic Notting Hill as part of our Dealer's Notebook series.

Performing Arts - UK

Review: Turkish Delights Don’t Always Delight in Glyndebourne’s “Die Entführung”

by Warwick Thompson • Glyndebourne’s new production of Mozart’s “Die Entführung aus dem Serail” is a mix of pros and cons, but enough pros to keep the production afloat.

Lifestyle - Autos

Chantilly Arts & Elegance Motoring Event to Draw Crowds to the French Countryside

by Rachel Will • Car connoisseurs have already begun ticking the days off until the second Chantilly Arts & Elegance Richard Mille event.

Lifestyle - Fashion

Art on the Catwalk: Acne Studios and Roksanda Explore Cubist Shapes

by Michelle Tay • The geometric shapes and juxtaposition of bold colors central to the Cubist movement lent themselves well to at least two collections this Resort 2016 season.

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