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Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Europe Edition

Visual arts – UK

NPG London Acquires Photos by ‘Father of Art Photography’

by Nicholas Forrest • The National Portrait Gallery in London has acquired an important album of photographs by the early Victorian photographer Oscar Gustave Rejlander, the “father of art photography.”

Visual arts – UK

India's Gods & Demons Exhibition Comes to London

by Bibhu Pattnaik • The focus is on the making and rich history of the Masks of Bengal and the visual storytelling form of Patachitra.

Visual arts – UK/ France

London Shows Mark Visionary Artist François Morellet’s 90th

by Nicholas Forrest • London is staging two shows to mark the 90th birthday of French abstract painter and sculptor François Morellet, one of the most important artists of 20th-century geometric abstraction.

Visual arts – Germany

Renovated Hamburger Kunsthalle Opens with Haegue Yang Exhibition

by Samuel Spencer • South Korean artist Haegue Yang becomes the first artist to be featured at the newly modernized Hamburger Kunsthalle with her new exhibition “Quasi-Pagan Serial.”

Architecture & design – International

The World’s 30 Best New Buildings Listed by RIBA

by Mark Beech • The world’s 30 best new buildings have been listed by the Royal Institute of British Architects as it launches its first global architecture award.

Lifestyle/ watches – UK

The Alphabet of Time: The A-Z of watch brands at Bonham’s

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • A for Arnold & Son, B for Breitling, C for Cartier and so on; Bonham’s is giving watch collectors an opportunity to brush up on the A-Z of watch brands over two sales in London this year.

Lifestyle/fashion – France

VIDEO: A Look at the Yves Saint Laurent Archives

by Blouin Artinfo France • Interview with Philippe Mugnier, director of the Fondation Pierre Bergé - Yves Saint Laurent, about the archive.

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