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Wednesday, May 18, 2016

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Visual arts – UK

Mark Leckey Channels Felix the Cat at Grundy Art Gallery

by Nicholas Forrest • Turner Prize-winning artist Mark Leckey features works that epitomize his interest in Felix the Cat, the first known broadcast image.
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Visual arts – UK/India

Top 5 at Christie’s Arts of India Sale, London, May 26

by Archana Khare-Ghose • “Arts of India” is a collection of 118 lots from the late 16th century to the late 19th century.
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Visual arts – Germany

Hermann Historica’s Spring Auction Achieves Landmark Results

by Nicholas Forrest • The auction house called it one of its best results with nearly all of its 6,300 lots selling out over the April 28-May 12 period.
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Visual arts – UK/ Africa

The Auctioneer: Bonhams’ Giles Peppiatt on African Art

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • A look at the African market, its collectors and future prospects.
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Architecture & design – Netherlands

First Look: MVRDV Build a Giant Staircase in Rotterdam

by Jana Perkovic • Rotterdam celebrates 75 years of post-war reconstruction with The Stairs, a month-long installation by the architecture firm MVRDV. The just-opened huge scaffolding staircase leads to the roof of an office block in the city center.
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Performing arts – France

Cannes Review: Kirill Serebrennikov’s 'The Student'

by Gabriella Daris • Russian writer-director Kirill Serebrennikov’s “The Student (Uchenik),” screening in the Un Certain Regard section at Cannes, is a satirical black comedy.
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Performing arts – UK

Rock Stars Pay Homage to Unseen Andy Warhol Films in London

by Samuel Spencer • With the amount of Andy Warhol exhibitions constantly being held around the world, it is easy to think that you have seen all there is of the best-known Pop Artist. But there is more.
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Travel/ ideas – Switzerland

Art Basel Pop Up Restaurant by Rhyschänzli at von Bartha

by Robert Michael Poole • Visitors to this year’s Art Basel can expect to find refinement on tables as well as on walls this year, thanks to a collaboration project between von Bartha, and local Basel eatery Rhyschänzli.
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