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Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Europe Edition

Visual arts – UK

Tate Announces Highlights of 2017 Program

by Nicholas Forrest • Tate has announced highlights of its 2017 program, including major exhibitions showcasing the work of artists including David Hockney, Wolfgang Tillmans, Rachel Whiteread, Emilia and Ilya Kabokov, Fahrelnissa Zeid, Alberto Giacometti, Amedeo Modigliani.

Visual arts – UK/ China

ICA Presents First UK Solo Show From Guan Xiao

by Samuel Spencer • Chinese artist and 2015 Hugo Boss Award nominee Guan Xiao will take over the lower gallery at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London this spring with her first solo show in the United Kingdom.

Visual arts – International

Nelson Mandela, Tan Swie Hian Paintings to Sell at Bonhams Hong Kong

by Mark Beech • A series of artworks first sketched by the late statesman Nelson Mandela – expressing his joy at being liberated after 27 years in prison – is to be sold by Bonhams.

Visual arts – Italy

Palazzo Grassi Takes Backward Look at Sigmar Polke on 10th Anniversary

by Pia Capelli • Palazzo Grassi, in Venice, celebrates the 10th anniversary of its reopening by French collector François Pinault with a comprehensive retrospective of Sigmar Polke’s work. More than 90 pieces - paintings, works on paper and videos - trace the artist’s career from the 1960s to his death in 2010.

Visual arts – Germany

“Banksy – King of Urban Art” at Galerie Kronsbein in Munich

by Nicholas Forrest • Galerie Kronsbein in Munich is staging the first comprehensive exhibition in Germany of Banksy’s works.

Performing arts – Switzerland

50th Montreux Jazz Festival Set to Rock with 2016 Line-Up

by Robert Michael Poole • Muse, Lana del Rey, Sigur Ros, PJ Harvey, Jean Michel Jarre, Neil Young, Patti Smith, and Santana. It sounds like the line-up for a major rock festival. But those are just some of the names announced this week for the 50th edition of the Montreux Jazz Festival, set to run from June 30 to July 16.

Visual arts – France

Andy Goldsworthy, El Anatsui, Wang Keping, and Others Take over Domaine de Chaumont-sur-Loire

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • For 2016, the Chaumont-sur-Loire Center of Arts and Nature, which runs the art program, has invited 13 prominent contemporary artists including first timers such as Cai Guo-Qiang, Wang Keping, and Lee Bae, with some like Italian artist Guiseppe Penone and El Anatsui returning.

Architecture & design – International

Top 6 Fashion and Textile Design Exhibitions in Europe

by Jana Perkovic • With 2016 a big year for fashion design exhibitions on the continent, a number of blockbuster exhibitions are starting that are well worth the travel. Blouin ARTINFO picks exhibitions looking into the history of clothes, textiles, over- and undergarments.

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