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Wednesday, May 4, 2016

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Visual arts – Europe

10 Must-See Art Exhibitions Opening in Europe in May

by Nicholas Forrest • To help you plan your May exhibition calendar, BLOUIN ARTINFO has selected top 10 must-see exhibitions opening in Europe in May, including exhibitions featuring the work of Jeff Koons, Huang Yong Ping, Katharina Fritsch, Francis Bacon, Edward Kienholz and Nancy Reddin Kienholz, Mona Hatoum, Charles Gleyre, Carl Andre, and 35 contemporary Brazilian artists

Visual arts - International

Dakis Joannou: Visionary Art Collector, Dynamic Benefactor

by Nicholas Forrest • Greek-Cypriot collector Dakis Joannou speaks about the 33rd anniversary of the DESTE Foundation, being marked by a new book and the exhibition “Urs Fischer – False Friends” at the Museum of Art and History in Geneva.

Visual arts – UK

Yoshitomo Nara Comes to Stephen Friedman Gallery and Waterloo Bridge

by Samuel Spencer • Japanese artist Yoshitomo Nara has brought his paintings of adorable yet angry childlike characters to London. An exhibition at Stephen Friedman Gallery coincides with one of Nara’s largest commissions being shown outside on the South Bank.

Visual arts – France/Italy

Xavier Veilhan to Represent France at Venice Biennale 2017

by Nicholas Forrest • Xavier Veilhan will represent France at the Venice Biennale 2017. The Institut Français announcement was made by French foreign affairs and culture ministries.

Performing arts – Germany

Artists M+M Push Cinema’s Boundaries With “7 Days” in Berlin

by Natalia Masewicz • A cycle of films that took seven years to complete and are the product of artistic collaboration between M+M (Marc Weis and Martin de Mattia) are showing at the Museum of Photography in Berlin. The cycle is called “7 Tage” (7 Days).

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