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European top hits of the week: Max Mara, Portier sale, Paris Art Week preview; Russian art at NPG London; classic car sales..

Saturday, March 26, 2016

Europe Biggest Hits of the Week

Visual arts - Italy/ International

The Mecene: Max Mara’s Maramotti Family Shares Ardor for Art

by Pia Capelli • “Art is in the company's DNA,” says Max Mara’s Giorgio Guidotti.

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.

Visual arts - France

Paris Gets Set for Big Art Week: Fairs, Drawings, Design and More

by Mark Beech • France in the springtime means that it is almost time for Paris Art Week, the marquee seasonal event that in 2016 brings together ever-larger rival and complementary fairs. Security across Europe remains tight but the events are marking anniversaries with extra displays and features this time around.

Visual arts – UK

VIDEO: The Age of Tolstoy and Tchaikovsky Relived Through Portraits at the National Portrait Gallery, London

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • Anton Chekhov, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, Igor Mussorgsky… the Who’s Who of Russia’s artistic greats is being celebrated at the National Portrait Gallery.

Visual arts – International

Auctionata Sale Celebrates the Art of Comic Book Superheroes

by Nicholas Forrest • Online auction house Auctionata is presenting “The Superhero Sale” on March 23 in anticipation of the “Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice” movie.

Lifestyle/ autos – International

Mercedes Tops Bonhams Sales; Mountbatten, Evita, Ceausescu Cars Sell

by Mark Beech • The latest auction sales by Bonhams have been topped by Mercedes-Benz models and other cars previously owned by the famous and infamous, from Lord Mountbatten to Evita Perón and Nicolae Ceaușescu.

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