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Major Barbara Hepworth Retrospective, Mona Hatoum at Centre Pompidou, and More

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

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Visual Arts - UK

Major Barbara Hepworth Retrospective Opens at Tate Britain

by Nicholas Forrest • “Barbara Hepworth: Sculpture for a Modern World,” which opens at the Tate Britain on June 24 and continues until October 25, is the first London museum retrospective in five decades of the work of celebrated British sculptor.

Visual Arts - France

Unprecedented Exhibition of Scale by Mona Hatoum at Centre Pompidou

by Rachel Will • From June 24-September 28, the Centre Georges Pompidou will feature more than 100 works by Mona Hatoum, an unprecedented exhibition of size.

Visual Arts - UK

Sotheby’s to Relaunch Irish Art Sales in London

by Nicholas Forrest • Sotheby’s is cementing its commitment to the Irish market, which it anticipates will continue to gather pace, with the relaunch of its Irish Art sales in London and the opening of its new premises in Dublin at 29 Molesworth Street.

Visual Arts - Germany

Sacred Secrets: Ernesto Neto and the Huni Kuin at TBA21

by BLOUIN ARTINFO Germany • The new exhibition at Vienna’s TBA21 features works by Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto in a dialogue with indigenous Huni Kuin culture.

Visual Arts - Germany

Auctionata, Liu Yiqian Set Asian Art Online Auction Record

by Nicholas Forrest • Online auction house Auctionata has set a new world record for an Asian work of art sold in an online auction during its June 20 “Important Asian Art” sale.

Visual Arts - France

Diverse Works Illustrate History of the Grand Trianon at Château de Versailles

by Rachel Will • Through the diverse materials of drawing plans, engravings, busts, furniture, and portraits, the Château de Versailles illustrates the storied history of the Grand Trianon with the exhibition “The Grand Trianon from Louis XIV to Charles de Gaulle.”

Lifestyle - Design

Kartell Bows Phillipe Starck-Designed Madame Milano Chairs

by Michelle Tay • Kartell has released its latest Philippe Starck-created chair, upholstered in one of four different jet-setting prints that Emilio Pucci has designed for the collaboration, at Expo Milano.

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