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Monday, April 25, 2016

Europe Edition

Visual arts – Netherlands

Sotheby’s to Offer Monuments Men Recovered Rothschild Metsu

by Nicholas Forrest • Sotheby’s will offer Dutch painter Gabriel Metsu’s “An Officer Paying Court to a Young Woman,” one of the finest Dutch genre scenes remaining in private hands, during its Master Paintings sale on May 26.

Visual arts – UK

Unseen Lucian Freud Self-Portrait Acquired by UK, Heads for NPG to Settle $800,000 Tax Bill

by Mark Beech • A recently found self-portrait of the late British painter Lucian Freud has been handed to the nation to settle an inheritance tax bill of £559,773 (about $800,000).

Visual arts – International

Review: Sony World Photography Awards 2016 at Somerset House

by Samuel Spencer • From migrants to meat landscapes to everything in between, the 2016 Sony World Photography Awards exhibition returns to London’s Somerset House.

Visual arts – UK

Freddie Mercury’s “Show Must Go On” Queen Notebook May Fetch $100,000 at Auction

by Mark Beech • The personal notebook used by the late singer Freddie Mercury to write the lyrics for some of his bands best-known later songs is to be sold at auction.

Lifestyle/ jewelry – UK

Harry Winston 15.52 Carat Diamond Ring at $1.6 Million Tops Bonhams Gems Sale

by Mark Beech • A 15.52 carat single-stone diamond ring by Harry Winston sold for the equivalent of about $1.6 million to lead Bonhams London’s first Fine Jewelry sale of the year.

Visual arts – International

Davidoff Art Initiative Names Natalia Ortega Gamez for FLORA Residency

by Nicholas Forrest • Dominican artist Natalia Ortega Gamez has been named as the first artist selected for the Davidoff Art Initiative’s (DAI) new residency program at FLORA ars+natura in Bogotá, Colombia.

Architecture & design – International

Bjarke Ingels Named One of TIME Magazine's 100 Most Influential

by Jana Perkovic • Rising Danish architect Bjarke Ingels, of architecture studio BIG, has been listed as one of TIME Magazine's 100 Most Influential People of 2016 today. Ingels joined the list of select world leaders, artists, sportspeople, and celebrities, that also includes Bernie Sanders, Caitlyn Jenner, Yayoi Kusama, and Adele.

Performing arts – UK

Review: Fifty Years On: “Funny Girl” Back in London

by Warwick Thompson • It’s got two classic numbers: “People” and “Don’t Rain on my Parade.” It’s got laughs and heartache. It’s got a zinger of a role for a comic actress. So why hasn’t there been a full UK revival of “Funny Girl” since Barbra Streisand helmed it in London in 1966?

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