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Deutsche Bank's Artist of the Year; Ruscha's mountains in Geneva; Christie's digital hopes; V&A surveys underwear; and more...

Monday, April 11, 2016

Europe Edition

Visual arts – International

Kemang Wa Lehulere is Deutsche Bank Artist of the Year 2017

by Nicholas Forrest • Deutsche Bank (DB) has named Kemang Wa Lehulere as its new “Artist of the Year” 2017. The Johannesburg-based South African artist will present his first institutional solo exhibition in Germany at the Deutsche Bank KunstHalle in Berlin in spring 2017.

Visual art - Italy

Milan Triennale “Sempering” Show Takes a New Look at Design

by Laura Maggi • The Milan Triennale has an intriguing exhibition titled “Sempering.” The word, meant to apply to design and architecture, comes from a verb “to semper,” itself a neologism from the surname of the German architect Gottfried Semper (1803-1879).

Visual arts – Switzerland

Ed Ruscha’s Lofty ’Mountain Prints’ at Gagosian Gallery Geneva

by Nicholas Forrest • More than ten years after the original motif appeared in Ruscha’s distinctive “Mountain” paintings, Gagosian is presenting the first exhibition devoted to the works at its Geneva gallery until May 28.

Visual arts – International

Views from the Top: John Auerbach of Christie's on Online Auctions

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • Christie’s International Managing Director, Digital & eCommerce, looks to the future.

Visual arts – International

Institut Restellini Identifies Sitter in Panama Papers Modigliani

by Nicholas Forrest • The Institut Restellini has announced that it has discovered the identity of the sitter in a masterpiece by Italian-Jewish painter Amedeo Modigliani at the center of an ownership dispute that has erupted following the leak of the Panama Papers.

Fashion/ exhibitions – UK

What Lies Beneath: V&A Exhibition Explores History of Underwear

by Michelle Tay • Getting to the bottom of things, so to speak, is an exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum this month, titled Undressed: A Brief History of Underwear.

Architecture & design – France

Design Dealers: Philippe Jousse, Jousse Entreprise

by Jana Perkovic • Philippe Jousse began as a photographer (working with Guy Bourdin, among others), before developing a passion for post-war French furniture design through the discovery of work by Jean Prouvé.

Visual arts – Italy

10 Must-See Booths at Miart Fair in Milan

by Pia Capelli • For those who missed, we pick some of the highlights of MiArt, Milan’s Modern and Contemporary Art fair, which had 154 exhibitors from 15 countries.

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