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Visual arts – UK

Annie Leibovitz’s 90th Birthday Portraits of The Queen

by Nicholas Forrest • Buckingham Palace has released three new portraits of The Queen on the occasion of her 90th birthday, taken at Windsor Castle just after Easter by celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz.
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Lifestyle/ cars – UK

As Queen Turns 90, Duke of Edinburgh’s Lagonda Sells for Record $503,000

by Mark Beech • As Britain’s Queen Elizabeth celebrates her 90th birthday, it was announced that the Duke of Edinburgh’s Lagonda has sold for a record price.
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Visual arts – UK

R. Crumb’s Wicked New “Art & Beauty” at David Zwirner London

by Nicholas Forrest • “Art & Beauty” is Crumb’s inaugural exhibition at David Zwirner’s London gallery, the artist’s first solo exhibition in Britain following his 2005 presentation at Whitechapel Gallery, and the largest showing of the latest volume of his “Art & Beauty” series.
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Performing arts – UK

Review: Grayson Perry Curtain Unveils Frida Kahlo-Inspired ‘She Said’ at Sadler’s Wells

by Gabriella Daris • English National Ballet’s “She Said,” at Sadler’s Wells featured world premieres from Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, Yabin Wang and Aszure Barton.
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Lifestyle/ fashion - France

Hélène Rochas’s YSL-Filled Wardrobe Goes Under the Hammer in Paris

by Michelle Tay • On May 12, the contents of Hélène Rochas’s wardrobe will cross the block, at the Cornette de Saint Cyr auction house in Paris. On offer will be roughly 200 items from her closet.
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Architecture & design – International

Finalists Announced for Good Design Australia 2016: Marc Newson, Jean Nouvel, Pepsi

by Jana Perkovic • New designs by Marc Newson, Adam Goodrem, Jean Nouvel - and Pepsi - are among the finalists of the Internationally-watched Good Design Awards in Australia.
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Visual arts – UK

Charming Baker’s “Sweet Nothing” at Sotheby’s S|2 London

by Nicholas Forrest • “Sweet Nothing” at S|2 London, Sotheby’s Contemporary Art Gallery, is an exhibition of new work by British artist CHARMING BAKER who combines the traditions of British painting with a contemporary dynamism and raw physicality.
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Performing arts – International

“Purple Rain” Star Prince Dies at Age 57

by Mark Beech • The exact cause has yet to be confirmed of the sudden death of the star behind “Purple Rain” and “When Doves Cry.”
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