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Thursday, April 14, 2016

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Visual arts – France

“Caravaggio Masterpiece” Poured Over by Experts to Confirm Authenticity

by Nathalie Mandel • A canvas stored in an attic for more than a century and a half in a house near Toulouse, south-west of France, is being hailed as a long-lost second version of a painting by one of the greatest artists of the 17th century, Caravaggio. If the work’s authenticity is confirmed, this would be the most important discovery in the field of Old Master paintings in the last 20 years.
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Visual arts – UK

Yana Peel Appointed CEO of Serpentine Galleries

by Nicholas Forrest • Yana Peel is to become the new CEO of the Serpentine Galleries, in partnership with Hans Ulrich Obrist as Artistic Director. The co-founder of Outset Contemporary Art Fund and CEO of Intelligence Squared will replace Julia Peyton-Jones who will step down from the position of Director this month after 25 years at the Galleries.
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Performing arts – International

6 Must-Hear New Albums: Sixx:A.M., PJ Harvey, Pet Shop Boys, More

by Mark Beech • Nikki Sixx; PJ Harvey; Black Stone Cherry; the Pet Shop Boys. They don’t have that much in common as a list - apart from that they are musicians. And they have made albums that stand out amid the 100 or so in the ARTINFO review pile this month.
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Visual arts – UK

London’s Herrick Gallery Shows Disputed Francis Bacon Drawings

by Nicholas Forrest • Herrick Gallery in London is presenting an exhibition that juxtaposes a group of contentious works on paper by the late Francis Bacon with a series of new paintings by British painter Darren Coffield.
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Lifestyle/ autos – Germany

BMW Celebrates Centenary with Exhibition of Cars and Automobile Paraphernalia

by Michelle Tay • Automobiles, motorcycles, and even aircraft engines are on display in Munich at the BMW Museum, as the German automaker celebrates its centenary with an exhibition titled “100 Masterpieces: BMW Group – 100 Years of Innovation and Enterprise”.
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Visual arts- International

Theaster Gates Wins 2017 Kurt Schwitters Prize

by Nicholas Forrest • American artist Theaster Gates has won the Kurt Schwitters Prize for 2017. The prize, worth €25,000 or about $28,000, is a major element in the Niedersächsische Sparkassenstiftung’s charitable support of the arts.
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Architecture & design – Italy

5 Must-See Artsy Events During Milan Design Week 2016

by Pia Capelli • There are a staggering 1,000 events every day surrounding Salone del Mobile, collectively named Fuorisalone. Among them, there’s a handful of artsy exhibitions, promoted by Italian and global brands, that manage to bring visitors out of the maddening crowd and into a universe of their own.
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Architecture & design – International

Top 5 Shows in April Showing the Past, Present, and Future of Homes

by Jana Perkovic • For those for whom the word ‘design’ conjures a domestic space first, and things to surround ourselves with in that space second, Blouin ARTINFO has selected top exhibitions around the world that focus on the home.
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