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Thursday, April 21, 2016

Europe Edition

Visual arts – UK

Tracey Emin Turns Poet for Season Two of Daata Editions

by Nicholas Forrest • Tracey Emin has turned poet for Season Two of Daata Editions’ series of commissioned digital artworks, creating six new spoken word artworks for the site.

Architecture & design – International

Zaha Hadid Architects to Continue After Hadid's Death, New Building to Complete on April 25

by Jana Perkovic • Zaha Hadid Architects will continue to exist, the firm has confirmed, despite the untimely death of its co-founder. With 36 projects under construction in 21 countries, of which four are due for completion this year, the architecture studio is committed to continuing.

Performing arts – UK

Beckett’s ‘All That Fall’ Enlightens Blindfolded Audience in the Dark

by Mark Beech • “All That Fall,” written for the BBC in 1956, requires the audience to wear blindfolds. It bears comparison with the best Beckett staged in London over the last few years.

Architecture & design – Italy

Homage to Visionary Italian Architect Gae Aulenti at Agnelli Museum

by Pia Capelli • Pinacoteca Giovanni and Marella Agnelli, in Turin pays homage to the architect who remodeled the Musée D’Orsay in Paris and designed everything from rocking chairs to table lamps.

Visual arts – Germany

Alexandre Singh Plans to Bring Objects to Life in Berlin: Interview

by Jake Cigainero • Singh speaks about his theatrical installation “The School for Objects Criticized,” on show at Sprüth Magers during Berlin Gallery Week.

Travel – International

How Soviet Artists Traveled: Instagram in the 19th and 20th century

by Low Lai Chow • Very little, as Catherine MacDougall of MacDougall’s Fine Art Auctions admits, is known about Russian photography. Which signifies "excellent investment opportunities” for shrewd art collectors. Herein lies the reason behind World Through Pilgrims’ Eyes, its inaugural sale of rare 19th and 20th century photography next month.

Travel/ ideas – UK

Drink to Shakespeare with Romeo & Juliet Cocktail at Shangri-La At The Shard

by Robert Michael Poole • When your legacy is being celebrated some 400 years later, you’re allowed to extend the frivolity a little longer than others – events marking the death of William Shakespeare have been going on since Spring 2015.

Visual arts – International

Marilyn Minter and Miley Cyrus’s Protest Portrait for Planned Parenthood

by Nicholas Forrest • American artist Marilyn Minter has unveiled a photographic portrait of megastar Miley Cyrus which is being sold on Artsyas as a limited edition of 50 prints to benefit Planned Parenthood, a non-profit organization that provides sexual and reproductive health services throughout the US.

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