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Wednesday, April 6, 2016

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Visual arts – Middle East

Fundação Sindika Dokolo Returns Looted Artefacts to Angola

by Nicholas Forrest • The Fundação Sindika Dokolo has facilitated the repatriation of five looted artefacts to the Dundo Museum in Angola after they were identified as looted from Angola during the civil war.
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Visual arts – International

Sotheby’s Europe Names Oliver Barker and Mario Tavella as Chairmen

by Nicholas Forrest • Sotheby’s has announced the appointment of Oliver Barker and Mario Tavella as Co-European Chairmen, joining Philipp Württemberg, Chairman in Europe since 2011.
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Lifestyle/ jewelry – Italy

Jewelry Returns to Milan Triennial for First Time Since 1973 with Brilliant Show of Necklaces

by Laura Maggi • Fifty stunning necklaces, exhibited on white plaster-cast busts that portray classic Italian beauties, are on show at the 21st Triennale of Milan, which opened on April 2.
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Visual arts – UK

Sotheby’s Sale of Picasso Ceramics Doubles Pre-Sale Estimate

by Nicholas Forrest • The Sotheby’s sale of Picasso ceramics in London has doubled its pre-sale estimate. According to Sotheby’s, more than a third of buyers were new to the auction house.
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Architecture & design – France

Coco Chanel’s Giacometti Chairs Headline Christie’s May Design Sale

by Michelle Tay • The Pommeaux de Canne chairs, produced in 1963 of patinated bronze, is one of the highlighted lots in the Design du Soir sale at Christie’s in Paris on May 25.
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Travel/ ideas – Scotland

Top 5 Must Visit at Scotland's Festival of Architecture

by Robert Michael Poole • With National Tartan Day on April 6, a day for Americans with Scottish heritage to embrace their ancestry (more than 11 million Americans claim Scottish roots), Culture+Travel picks its favorite five must see exhibitions and public participation events, from over 400 taking place around Scotland in 2016.
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Travel/ ideas – Austria

5 Must-Do Things in Vienna

by Low Lai Chow • Home to fine art, classical music and psychoanalysis, Vienna recently shooed off over 440 cities worldwide to emerge again in the top spot of global consulting company Mercer's 2016 Quality of Living rankings. Culture+Travel teases out five things to love about the Austrian capital.
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Performing arts – UK

REVIEW: Glenn Not Quite Close Enough In ‘Sunset Boulevard’ at ENO

by Warwick Thompson • “Alright, Mr DeMille, I’m ready for my close-up,” says the deranged movie actress Norma Desmond at the end of the film “Sunset Boulevard”. The camera then gets tighter and tighter on her face, with grotesque results. The point is that some things shouldn’t be scrutinised too closely – and it applies to voices as much as faces.
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