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Wednesday, April 27, 2016

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Visual arts – Italy

Pinault’s Punta della Dogana Show Mixes Anxious Monkey, Chirping Chandelier

by Pia Capelli • Visitors to Punta della Dogana, François Pinault’s second exhibition venue in Venice, have over a period of seven years become accustomed to its usual, minimalist use of the space, with sparse displays, fragile and ephemeral objects, and surreal installations. The current exhibition, titled “Accrochage” (“hanging”) by curator Caroline Bourgeois, is no exception.
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Visual arts – UK

Pablo Bronstein Fuses Dance and Design for Tate Britain Commission

by Nicholas Forrest • Situated in the Tate’s neo-classical Duveen Galleries, “Historical Dances in an Antique Setting” features a continuous live performance by three dancers interacting with a site-specific performance space.
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Visual arts – France

Thomas Hug on the Inaugural ArtMonte-Carlo Art Fair

by Nicholas Forrest • The inaugural edition of the ArtMonte-Carlo art fair runs at the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco from April 30 to May 1, 2016, with a lineup of 36 international galleries showcasing the best in contemporary art, modern art, and contemporary design.
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Architecture & design – Belgium

CID in Hornu to Stage First Major Retrospective of Aldo Bakker's Oeuvre

by Jana Perkovic • It is hard to know where to begin where explaining the curious work of Aldo Bakker, sitting somewhere between sculpture and object design, and characterized by a quiet poise that is unique in the contemporary design landscape. CID, in the Belgian town of Hornu, will attempt to do so on May 1, when it opens the first major overview of Bakker's work under the apt title:
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Visual arts – Middle East

Antonia Carver Appointed Director of Art Jameel

by Nicholas Forrest • Antonia Carver has been appointed the director of Director of Art Jameel, following her resignation as Director of Art Dubai. She will take up the post in August 2016 and will be responsible for leading all of Art Jameel’s initiatives.
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Travel / ideas – Austria

What’s Hot in Vienna this Summer: From Hotel Sacher’s Wolfgang Buchmann

by Robert Michael Poole • Famous guests have been asking to sign a tablecloth since the 19th Century, with four of them filled and on show. Now with an in-house art gallery too, the Hotel Sacher is a destination in itself. But we caught up with Head Concierge Wolfgang Buchmann to find out what’s hot in Vienna this summer, in and around the Austrian capital.
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Lifestyle/ fashion – Italy

Second Exhibition of Karl Lagerfeld’s Photography to Bow at Pitti Uomo in June

by MIchelle Tay • An exhibition dedicated to designer Karl Lagerfeld’s photography career will mark the opening of this year’s international men’s wear trade show Pitti Uomo, at Palazzo Pitti in Florence on June 14.
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Travel – Germany

Art in Berlin, Now and Then: Gerd Harry Lybke of Galerie EIGEN + ART

by Low Lai Chow • For gallerist Gerd Harry Lybke of Galerie Eigen + ART, the two cities of Berlin and Leipzig are hardly the antithesis of each other: they are complementary.
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