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European best stories of the week: Hirst curates Koons; Guggenheims celebrated; Jacobson remembers Bowie; and more...

Sunday, March 27, 2016

Europe's Biggest Stories of the Week

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.

Visual arts – Italy

The Art of the Guggenheim Collections at Palazzo Strozzi

by Nicholas Forrest • “From Kandinsky to Pollock: The Art of the Guggenheim Collection” at the Palazzo Strozzi in Florence explores and celebrates the impact and influence on the history of 20th century art of the great American art collectors Peggy Guggenheim and Solomon R. Guggenheim.

Visual arts - UK

Bernard Jacobson on Art, a Long-Held Desire, and David Bowie

by Nicholas Forrest • Bernard Jacobson talks about “Bonheur de Vivre,” a selling exhibition of 16 works by some of the greatest masters of the 20th century, and of his friendship with the late David Bowie.

Arts & design - International

Montblanc M Collection Wins Red Dot Award in Product Design 2016

by Jana Perkovic • The Montblanc M Collection was awarded the Red Dot: Best of the Best, the top prize in the Red Dot Award: Product Design for 2016.

Performing arts - UK

How Hot Reggae and a Fiery Pepper Made Johnny Rotten Cool: Photographer Dennis Morris Show in London

by Mark Beech • The newspapers were quick to declare that it was all over, after a short infamous career, for singer Johnny Rotten when the Sex Pistols broke up. A new visual show at London’s Institute of Contemporary Arts by photographer and designer Dennis Morris helps to explain – as punk celebrates its 40th anniversary – how the star reverted to his original name John Lydon, discovered new music and an original visual style with a little help and inspiration from his friends.

Visual arts – France

Children in Art Across the Centuries at Musée Marmottan

by Nathalie Mandel • Images of children down the years in art have varied between the cutesy, the cloying, the comic and the heart-rending. A selection of all of these are on show in Paris with an exhibition that showcases 75 masterpieces of mainly French painting dating from the 15th to the 20th century.

Visual arts – Germany

Tal R, Ni Youyu Explore Tensions Between Traditional and Contemporary Art in Berlin

by Natalia Masewicz • Two new exhibitions at Contemporary Fine Arts gallery in Berlin address the tension between traditional and contemporary art forms.

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