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Europe's best stories: Ai Weiwei in Greece; Triennale di Milano; Madeira wine; Miart; Blair Thurman interviewed; more..

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Friday, April 8, 2016

Europe’s Best Stories of the Week


Visual arts – Greece

Cycladic to Present Ai Weiwei’s First Exhibition in Greece

by Nicholas Forrest • The Museum of Cycladic Art (MCA) in Athens has announced an exhibition with Ai Weiwei, the Chinese dissident artist’s first within an archaeological museum and in the country of Greece. Titled “Ai Weiwei at Cycladic,” the exhibition will take place from May 20 to October 30, 2016.
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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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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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Visual art – Italy

Vincenzo de Bellis on the MiArt 2016 Art Fair in Milan

by Nicholas Forrest • The Miart international modern and contemporary art fair returns to Milan for its 21st edition in 2016 from April 7 to 10 at fieramilanocity. We interview its artistic director.
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Visual arts – UK/US

How Blair Thurman’s Warhol Pop-Art Vision, Toy Cars Inspired ‘Mature Blonde’

by Mark Beech • Blair Thurman, who has a new show in London, is a pop minimalist whose blazing-color sculptures, neons and wall works recall American iconography, Andy Warhol and automobiles. New York-based Thurman’s exhibition, at the Almine Rech Gallery until May 14, is titled “Mature Blonde.”
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Visual arts – France

The Irony of Paul Klee at the Centre Pompidou in Paris

by Nicholas Forrest • “L’ironie à l'oeuvre (Irony at work)” at the Centre Pompidou in Paris until August 1, 2016 is the first major retrospective in France of the work of the German-Swiss artist Paul Klee since the 1969 exhibition at the Musée National d’Art Moderne.
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Visual arts – UK

Marlborough Showcases Prints by Sculptors Bourgeois, Kapoor, Serra and Smith

by Mark Beech • A new show in London looks at four of the most acclaimed sculptors from a new perspective. Louise Bourgeois, Anish Kapoor, Richard Serra and Kiki Smith, who have all made instantly recognizable pieces, are being re-examined in a Marlborough Fine Art exhibition which showcases their printmaking.
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