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Sunday, May 1, 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.

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.

Visual arts – France

Amadeo de Souza-Cardoso at the Grand Palais

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • A retrospective at the Grand Palais in Paris is set to highlights work by Amadeo de Souza-Cardoso, “one of early modernism’s best-kept secrets.” Video with art historian Leonor de Oliveira.

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?

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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