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Monday, March 28, 2016

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Visual arts – France

Australian Indigenous Oceanic Art Activism at Monaco Museum

by Nicholas Forrest • The Oceanographic Museum of Monaco is presenting a major survey of contemporary artworks by Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander artists as part of the three-exhibition “Taba Naba – Australia, Oceania, Arts of the Sea People” project.
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Lifestyle – International

This Easter, Pierre Tachon Creates Geometric Hen Shaped Egg

by Jana Perkovic • Chicken or egg? Both! French designer Pierre Tachon has created an Easter egg shaped like a chicken, with the fine chocolatier and chef Alain Ducasse.
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Lifestyle/ autos – France

Champions to Race Classic Cars at French Events From Paris to Cannes

by Mark Beech • Some of the world’s top drivers will be among those behind the wheels of 240 classic cars, including 24 Ferraris, racing them at events across France. This is the exciting formula for the Tour Auto Optic 2ooo, which this year marks its Silver Jubilee.
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Travel/ restaurants - UK

New in Town: Oliver Maki, London

by Low Lai Chow • Everyone loves sushi. It's bite-sized. It's aesthetically pleasing. But let's face it, sushi can be so predictable. Trust Oliver Maki, the latest contemporary Japanese restaurant to open in London’s Soho, to shake things up a bit.
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Visual arts – France

Impressionists Offer Visions of Normandy at Jacquemart André Paris

by Nathalie Mandel • The Museum Jacquemart André in Paris is staging a perspective on some of the finest Impressionists, gathering their paintings of Normandy.
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Design – Belgium

Brussels Graphic Designers Respond To Terrorism With Humor

by Jana Perkovic • In the aftermath of the attacks, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook, were flooded with works from artists, illustrators, and graphic designers. We survey the best.
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Architecture & design – Italy

Milan’s Salone del Mobile to Mix Luxury, Technology

by Pia Capelli • “Not just a fair — a global event that has, through the years, become a platform for research.” That is how Carlo Calenda, Italy’s deputy minister of economic development, introduced the 55th edition of Salone del Mobile, the must-see event for the design and furniture sectors.
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Travel/ ideas – Italy

Watch Rome's Massive Art Mural Slowly Disappear, Starting Next Month

by Low Lai Chow • Rome is slated to get a massive 550-meter long frieze by South African multi-disciplinary artist William Kentridge along the Tiber River banks next month—and it is touted as the largest public contemporary art project that the Eternal City has seen to date.
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