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Monday, April 4, 2016

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Visual arts – UK

‘Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones’ at London’s Saatchi Gallery

by Nicholas Forrest • “Exhibitionism” at London’s Saatchi Gallery is the first ever major exhibition dedicated to The Rolling Stones who have unlocked their very own private archive to enable the Saatchi Gallery to create a fully immersive, multi-media experience.
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Visual arts – UK

Yannis Tsarouchis Portraits Lead Bonhams Greek Art Sale

by Nicholas Forrest • Three portraits by Yannis Tsarouchis, one of the major representatives of the Thirties Generation, lead Bonhams Greek Art Sale on April 26 in London.
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Lifestyle – International

Elvis Presley’s Corum Watch Joins Rare Patek Philippes in Antiquorum’s April Auction

by Mark Beech • A Corum watch worn by Elvis Presley and gifted to a friend may fetch as much as $20,000 as one of the highlights of this month’s New York sale by Antiquorum Auctioneers.
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Lifestyle – International

Blue Diamond Owned by De Beers-Controlled Diamond Cartel Comes to Market

by Michelle Tay • This auction season’s battle of the big blue diamonds has just received its latest heavyweight competitor: a 14.62-carat stone headlining Christie’s annual Magnificent Jewels sale at the Four Seasons Hotel des Bergues in Geneva on May 18.
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Architecture & design – Germany

Flowering Talent: Rebecca Louise Law Designs `Garten' at Bikini Berlin

by Jana Perkovic • Berlin’s new concept mall, Bikini Berlin, has commissioned a hanging spring garden from Rebecca Louise Law - her first installation in Germany.
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Visual arts – France

Video: 60 Works in 60 Seconds at Art Paris Art 2016

by Jake Cigainero • For those who missed the Art Paris Art 2016, which has just ended at Grand Palais, Blouin Artinfo takes you on a quick tour.
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Travel - UK

“Art” and “Travel” Top Terms in Twitter’s Leading City of London

by Robert Michael Poole • Chat app Twitter may have been usurped by Instagram as the world’s leading social media, but for analyzing discussion topic trends, it remains the literal talk of the town. But which town is the most popular? According to Spredfast, the clear winner is London.
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Architecture & design - International

The Quotable Zaha: 12 Quotes to Remember

by Jana Perkovic • The untimely passing of Zaha Hadid has caused an outpouring of grief around the world. Here are some of our favorite Zaha quotes, quips, and words of wisdom.
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