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Mona Hatoum at Tate; Mickey Mouse revamped; Berlin Biennale artists; Elisabetta Cipriani on Ai Weiwei's jewelry; more...

Friday, May 6, 2016

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Visual arts – UK

Review: Mona Hatoum Blends Abstract, Agitprop at Tate Modern

by Samuel Spencer • The many strands of the exhibition, the abstract and the agitprop, the personal and the political, are woven together, not unlike the number of weaved works made of human hair and other unconventional materials that feature.

Visual arts – UK

Philip Colbert’s Mickey Mouse Portraits at Gazelli Art House in London

by Nicholas Forrest • “Everyone knows what Mickey Mouse looks like, I wanted to playfully hide his image and present symbolic everyday objects that engage the power of his image with a refined pop narrative,” Colbert explains.

Visual arts – Germany

Berlin Biennale Announces Artists for 9th Edition in 2016

by Nicholas Forrest • The Berlin Biennale has a list of 120 artists for its 9th edition, which is curated by the New York based collective DIS.

Visual arts – UK

Sotheby’s to Offer Two Revealing Barbara Hepworth Sculptures

by Nicholas Forrest • Rarely exhibited and never before offered at auction, “Quiet Form” and “Forms in Movement (Galliard)” are being sold on behalf of Wakefield Girls’ High School, where Hepworth was educated.

Performing arts – International

Top 5 Plot Points From Marvel Movies as Captain America Joins Civil War

by Mark Beech • Captain America is back. And this time it is all-out war. This cinematic superhero is locked in rivalry with Iron Man and his allies. “Captain America: Civil War” suggests that he is the very man to save his doomy fictional world, and maybe the real movie business of 2016 while he is about it.

Lifestyle/ jewelry – International

Interview: Elisabetta Cipriani on Ai Weiwei's First Foray Into Jewelry

by Jana Perkovic • Blouin ARTINFO speaks to Elisabetta Cipriani about the solo exhibition of jewelry by Ai Weiwei to be shown at the next Design Miami/ Basel.

Lifestyle/ fashion – UIK

Video: Missoni Textiles and Modern Art at The Fashion and Textile Museum in London

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • The Fashion and Textile Museum in London is mounting an exhibition that juxtaposes Missoni textiles with 20th century artworks to highlight the Italian fashion brand’s strong links to the Modernist movement.

Travel/ ideas – International

5 World's Most Timeless Restaurants

by Low Lai Chow • Fancy restaurant newcomers, move over. Opinionated About Dining, a restaurant rating system compiled by expert culinary connoisseurs, has released its inaugural Top 100 Classical & Heritage Restaurants' list—a guide to the best restaurants across 12 countries led by seasoned chefs who have, without fail, served up a consistent style of cuisine for the past quarter of a decade.

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