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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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Visual arts – France

Sculpture Meets Photography at Rodin Museum

by Jake Cigainero • Photography is not an obvious medium that first pops into mind at the thought of Rodin. However that’s exactly what the Musée Rodin in Paris does in the exhibition of “Between Sculpture and Photography,” with works from eight contemporary artists.
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Fashion/ video – UK

Video: 'Undressed: A Brief History of Underwear' at V&A

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • The latest fashion exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum, “Undressed: A Brief History of Underwear,” explores the evolution of undergarments from corsets and silk chiffon knickers to Lycra mixes and see-through lingerie.
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Video/ visual arts – France

Video: Robert Longo on "Seeing the Invisible" in Rembrandt, Da Vinci Works

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • The artist speaks as “Luminous Discontent,” an exhibition of large scale charcoal drawings, opens at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac’s Marais gallery in Paris.
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Visual arts – Germany

Modern Visionaries Mix Grotesque Cartoons, Glass Architecture at Berlinische Galerie

by Natalia Masewicz • “Modern Visionaries” at Berlinische Galerie presents the works of three German artists, whose sketches, architectural designs and drawings mix inspirations and styles. Paul Scheerbart, Bruno Taut and Paul Goesch exchanged ideas about ideal art and reinforced each other’s visions of architecture.
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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.
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Lifestyle/ auctions – International

Elvis Presley, Stevie Ray Vaughan Fans to Test Market for Star Guitars

by Mark Beech • The market for rock-music memorabilia and especially guitars is to get another test next month.
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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.
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