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Thursday, March 31, 2016

Europe Edition

Visual arts – Italy

The Many Facets of Gino Severini at Magnani Rocca Foundation

by Nicholas Forrest • The Magnani Rocca Foundation in Mamiano di Traversetolo (Parma) is presenting a major monographic exhibition celebrating the work of the Italian artist Gino Severini (1883 – 1966), who is best known as one of the leading painters of the Italian Futurist movement.

Architecture & design – France

PAD Paris 2016 Opens With Packed Aisles, Varied Sales

by Jake Cigainero • On the first day of the salon, the packed aisles in the evening were a good sign that collectors weren’t going to miss out on perusing beautiful design. If sales weren’t flying as they were for some, steady inquiries and one-off sales were promising that collectors would return over the weekend to pick up that perfect piece for their home.

Visual arts – Germany

Dierk Schmidt Explores Germany’s Colonial Past at KOW Berlin

by Natalia Masewicz • Dierk Schmidt examines Germany’s colonial past in a new solo exhibition. “Broken Windows 6.3” at KOW in Berlin explores history and especially Germany’s participation in the so called “Scramble for Africa.”

Architecture & design – France

The 5 Top Booths at Salon du Dessin Paris 2016

by Nathalie Mandel • The fair, running through April 4, is the leading event for works on paper, attracting the world’s most important dealers. It is specialized, selective and with a limited number of participants – just 39. It nevertheless benefits from a healthy international dimension.

Architecture & design – Denmark

Design Dealers: Ole Høstbo, Dansk Møbelkunst Gallery

by Jana Perkovic • Ole Høstbo speaks about Dansk Møbelkunst Gallery, the heyday of the Danish modern and design to watch.

Lifestyle/ wine - International

Views from the Top: Guillaume Deglise, CEO of Wine Fair Vinexpo

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • Blouin Lifestyle talks to Vinexpo CEO Guillaume Deglise about the state of the market before the latest wine fair.

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