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Visual art – UK

Conceptual Art Throws Down Questions at Tate Britain

by Michael Prodger • Tate Britain examines a period when British art started to ask new questions of itself – What is it? What is it made from? What is it for? – All at a time of political transformation, from the Wilson years to the start of the Thatcher era.
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Architecture & design – Italy

Milan Design Week 2016 Trend: Dandy Attitude

by Laura Maggi • For those who missed Milan’s Design Week exploration of the “Dandy attitude” trend.
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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.
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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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Visual art – Belgium

Interview: Co-Directors of Independent Brussels 2016

by Nicholas Forrest • Independent Brussels 2016 is the first European edition of the invitational Independent art fair since its founding in 2010 in New York. We talk with the co-directors of the fair, Olivier Pesret and Liv Vaisberg.
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