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European Top Stories of the Week: Panama Papers mystery; Buren's plans for Fondation Louis Vuitton; new Serpentine CEO; more..

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Sunday, April 17, 2016

European Top Stories of the Week


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.
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Architecture & design – France

Fondation Louis Vuitton Announces Installation by Daniel Buren

by Michelle Tay • A site-specific work by the French artist Daniel Buren, titled “Observatory of Light,” will be unveiled at the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris on May 11, the foundation announced.
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Visual arts – Germany

Preview: Art Cologne 2016

by Danielle Whalen, Art+Auction • Celebrating its 50th anniversary April 14 through 17 at the Koelnmesse, Art Cologne was originally conceived to showcase contemporary works of German artists.
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Visual arts – France

Paula Modersohn-Becker Gets Recognition After a Century in Paris

by Jake Cigainero • German painter Paula Modersohn-Becker (1876-1907) is getting long overdue recognition in Paris, the city that she loved and that inspired her. The Museum of Modern Art is making a strong case for her to be moved up in the index of art history.
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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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