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Thursday, May 12, 2016

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Visual arts – UK

Halcyon Gallery Presents ‘Warhol Icons’ in London

by Nicholas Forrest • London’s Halcyon Gallery is presenting its first exhibition devoted entirely to the works of Andy Warhol, spanning the Pop Artist’s career from his early illustrative works of the 1950s to his death in 1987.
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Visual arts – France

Fondation Cartier Celebrates Animal Kingdom with Multisensory Art and Sound Exhibition

by Michelle Tay • The Great Animal Orchestra may sound like Wes Anderson’s latest film, but it is in fact an exhibition being staged by the Fondation Cartier, which champions contemporary art.
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Visual arts – UK

Bonhams to Offer Reddihough Collection of British Modern Art

by Nicholas Forrest • The collection includes works by Ben Nicholson, Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, Winifred Nicholson, and Alfred Wallis among others.
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Visual arts – UK

Rachel Maclean to Represent Scotland at Venice Biennale 2017

by Nicholas Forrest • The Edinburgh-based artist will present a solo exhibition of new work centered on a major new film commission.
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Architecture & design – France

Why Pierre Paulin Shows Are a Must-See: Pascal Cuisinier Interview

by Jana Perkovic • We talk to Pascal Cuisinier, the owner of a celebrated eponymous gallery that has for decades promoted the work of French designers of Paulin’s generation, one of the instrumental figures behind the exhibition.
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Performing arts – International

Radiohead Crafts Brutal Beauty on “A Moon Shaped Pool”: Review

by Mark Beech • Brutal and beautiful; serene and scary, Radiohead’s album “A Moon Shaped Pool” is the band’s finest since the turn of the Millennium.
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Travel/ ideas – France

Riding the Art Train on the SNCF in France

by Robert Michael Poole • Riding the subway is usually just a method to reach a destination for viewing art. But what if the mass transit system itself was the gallery space? Passengers in France are getting to find out, courtesy of “Science. Applies to Life” company 3M.
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Travel/ ideas – France

Cannes 2016: Top Places to Drink and Dine

by Ekta Marwaha • Where to eat and drink once you’re done attending the tight schedule of film screenings, talks and after parties? Here is our guide to finding a taste of the local culture.
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