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Tuesday, May 10, 2016

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Visual arts – UK

Sneak Peek: What to See at the Art16 London Art Fair

by Nicholas Forrest • Art16, London’s global art fair, returns to Olympia in Kensington for its fourth edition from May 20-22 with a lineup of more than 100 galleries from over 30 countries showcasing exciting emerging talent alongside established contemporary artists.

Visual arts – France

Grand Palais Unveils Huang Yong Ping’s Mega Monumenta Installation

by Nicholas Forrest • Paris’s Grand Palais has revealed images of Chinese artist Huang Yong Ping’s immersive installation, titled “Empires,” for the 2016 edition of Monumenta.

Visual arts – UK

The Unseen Blondie: Chris Stein Reveals New Photos

by Mark Beech • Debbie Harry was one of the most recognized and photographed women in the world when Blondie was at the height of its fame. Now, her former lover Chris Stein is putting on show thousands of unseen and informal images from the punk era – often in stark contrast to the formal portraits shot in studios.

Architecture & design - International

Zaha Hadid Architects on Shortlist for 2016 Aga Khan Award

by Mark Beech • A project by Zaha Hadid Architects is among the 19 shortlisted for the 2016 Aga Khan Award.

Performing arts – UK


by Review: Liam Scarlett's Ballet 'Frankenstein''' at the Royal Opera House • Liam Scarlett’s debut, full-length ballet, “Frankenstein,” a co-production with San Francisco Ballet for The Royal Ballet, proved to be as much a masterpiece as Mary Shelley’s Gothic novel of the same name (1818), which inspired it. World premiered at the Royal Opera House last week, this first ever dance adaptation of the gothic tale is not-to-be missed.

Lifestyle/ jewelry – International

How Fabergé Transformed Imperial Living Rooms in Denmark

by Blouin Artinfo • As court jeweler to the Russian tsar, Fabergé created many precious objects that went on to become gifts presented to many European royal families. The Danish royal family has many objects, both utilitarian and decorative, from the Fabergé workshop that have been passed down through the generations.

Lifestyle/ autos - Italy

Art on the Road: Italian Stallions from the 1950s-70s

by MIchelle Tay • Half a century ago, in 1966, Lamborghini introduced a low, sleek, mid-engine supercar called the Miura. A new show celebrates such designs.

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