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Friday, April 29, 2016

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Visual arts – France

François Pinault Announces Plans for Paris Museum

by Nicholas Forrest • French businessman and art collector François Pinault and the Mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, have announced plans to open new exhibition spaces dedicated to displaying the Pinault collection within the Bourse de Commerce in Paris.
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Visual arts – Italy

Refugee Crisis Captured by Liu Xiaodong in Florence

by Pia Capelli • The culture crash that took place in the last 30 years as tens of thousands of Chinese moved to the Prato province in Tuscany is now the subject of a solo show by Chinese artist Liu Xiaodong at Palazzo Strozzi in Florence.
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Visual arts – UK

£18M Lucian Freud Family Portrait Heads Christie’s Defining British Art Sale

by Nicholas Forrest • Christie’s has revealed three highlights by Lucian Freud, Lord Frederic Leighton, and Sir Joshua Reynolds from its June 30 “Defining British Art” Evening Sale in London which will mark the launch of the auction house’s 250th Anniversary Celebrations.
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Visual arts – Switzerland

Art Basel Names a Record 88 Projects for 2016 Unlimited Sector

by Nicholas Forrest • The Unlimited platform at this year’s Art Basel in Basel will present a record 88 projects spanning six decades from galleries participating in the fair.
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Architecture & design - Luxembourg

Top 6 Things to do in Luxembourg for Design City 2016

by Jana Perkovic • Luxembourg’s design biennial, Design City, returns this week in its fourth edition since 2010. The title “Design ≠ Art?”, or Design Is (Not) Art, aims to be a provocative statement: in 2016, is it even possible to distinguish design from art? The uncertainty surrounding the ever-increasing blending of the two worlds, those of applied and of fine arts, in our hyper-connected world of today, will be explored in Luxembourg for the coming month.
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Travel/ ideas – UK

Cue the Concierge: Nelson Mendes of Taj 51 Buckingham Gate, London

by Low Lai Chow • Nelson Mendes loves the English capital for its wide-ranging appeal: "London is always evolving and changing, reflecting its multicultural communities.”
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Travel – UK

The Art of Shop Window Displays: Selfridges' Bright Young Things

by Low Lai Chow • Selfridges champions emerging British designers to each co-design a window with the Selfridges visual team.
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