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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
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British Vogue Reveals Centenary Issue Portraits of Kate Middleton

by Nicholas Forrest • British Vogue has continued its 100th anniversary celebrations by collaborating with London’s National Portrait Gallery on a series of photographic portraits with HRH the Duchess of Cambridge, who was named the cover star for Vogue’s centenary issue.
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Invest in Female Artists Now, Says Auction Search Engine Barnebys

by Mark Beech • With women starting to rock the art market, auction search engine Barnebys says that now is the right time to invest in female artists.
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Largest Diamond Found in a Century May Fetch $70 Million at Sotheby’s

by Mark Beech • The 1109-carat rough “Lesedi La Rona” will be offered in a stand-alone auction in London on June 29, and will first go on show at Sotheby’s New York on May 7.
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