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Bonhams to sell El Anatsui; Tuazon at Art Basel; Block Universe returns; Swiss watch auction preview; and more...

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

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Visual arts – UK

Bonhams to Offer Groundbreaking Early Works by El Anatsui

by Nicholas Forrest • Bonhams will offer a selection of Ghanian artist El Anatsui’s works in ceramic and wood during its Africa Now sale in London on May 25, including some of the artist’s earliest works from his “Broken Pots” series.

Visual arts – UK

Oscar Tuazon’s New ‘Zome Alloy’ Installation for Art Basel in Basel 2016

by Nicholas Forrest • Art Basel will present a new installation by Los Angeles-based American artist Oscar Tuazon at its Basel fair in June. Titled “Zome Alloy,” the utopian architectural intervention will be installed on Messeplatz in Basel for the duration of the fair from Monday June 13 to Sunday June 19.

Architecture & design – International

Design Dealers: Hugues Magen, Magen H Gallery

by Jana Perkovic • A former principal dancer with the Dance Theater of Harlem, Hugues Magen and his wife April opened Magen H Gallery in New York with the intention of offering rare and one-off pieces that straddle the worlds of art and design. He looks forward and back.

Performing arts – UK

Block Universe Performance Art Festival Returns to London

by Gabriella Daris • Launched last year, the annual performance art festival Block Universe returns for a second edition running May 30 – June 5, 2016. Performances will take place at museums and offsite locations across the city of London including the ICA, Somerset House, Royal Academy of Arts, British Museum, Sadler’s Wells Theatre, and David Roberts Art Foundation.

Lifestyle/Watches – Switzerland

Preview: Rolex and Patek Philippe Watches Lead Auctions in Geneva in May

by Michelle Tay • Like the Oscars of the watch collecting world, the May auctions in Geneva are the must-see event where records are set for the highest-quality specimens in the field. Here, we round up the notable timepieces going under the hammer at auction houses Christie’s, Sotheby’s, Phillips, and Antiquorum.

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