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Tuesday, April 5, 2016

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Visual arts – UK

Top 10 Must-See Art Exhibitions Opening in Europe in April

by Nicholas Forrest • Highlights include major exhibitions devoted to the work of artists such as Alberto Giacometti, Sigmar Polke, Paul Klee, and Isa Genzken.
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Performing arts – International

6 Must-See Concerts in April: Mariah Carey, Chvrches and More

by Mark Beech • Mariah Carey, UB40 and Gregory Porter return. Bellowhead says farewell. Chvrches point to the future; Gregory Porter plays at the Royal Albert Hall and elsewhere. Muse continues its Drones tour, and Adele wraps up in the UK for now. Here are some of the top gigs to see across Europe’s capitals.
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Architecture & design – Italy

5 Must-See Shows During the XXI Triennale di Milano International Exhibition

by Laura Maggi • After 20 years, the Triennale di Milano International Exhibition is back. The XXI edition is entitled “21st Century. Design After Design” is now open through September 12 2016. 
A huge, multifaceted program of exhibitions, events and festivals will be spread across the city in different venues.
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Visual arts – France

Sotheby’s Paris to Auction Rare and Original Comic Book Art

by Nicholas Forrest • Artists include Robert Crumb, Philippe Druillet, André Franquin, Edgar P. Jacobs, Jim Lee, Manara, Gir-Moebius, Winsor Mccay, Jean-Claude Mézières, Chris Ware.
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Travel/ ideas – Germany

When in Cologne for Art Cologne

by Low Lai Chow • A guide to Germany’s oldest city before the art fair starts.
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Performing arts – UK

REVIEW: Guns, Gangs and Grime in ‘I Capuleti e i Montecchi’

by Warwick Thompson • Opera in a concrete basement... for plenty of people that sounds as much fun as a wet mattress made from old jellyfish. But if Pop-Up Opera’s raw and powerful staging of “I Capuleti e i Montecchi” doesn’t win over doubters to the cause, then I’ll take that mattress and eat it.
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Lifestyle/ wine – International

Mad About Madeira: The Rise of Portugal’s Historic Fortified Wine

by Nicholas Forrest • James Christie, founder of auction house Christie’s, sold a bottle of Madeira in his very first auction in 1766. And now 250 years later, Christie’s has emerged as a key player in the Madeira revival, setting a new auction record for the fortified wine during its Fine and Rare Wines sale in New York last December.
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