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Thursday, May 19, 2016

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Visual arts – UK

Antony Gormley’s Potent Impressions at Alan Cristea Gallery

by Nicholas Forrest • The exhibition introduces four new series of works on paper including etchings, aquatints, monumental woodblocks, as well as a series of large, unique crude oil and petroleum jelly transfer body prints.

Visual arts – UK

Yinka Shonibare Wraps Royal Academy in Epic Family Album

by Nicholas Forrest • Shonibare’s 71-meter wide “RA Family Album” features one of his colorful fabric designs dripping down over a spread of more than 160 black-and-white images of important people and events in the history of the RA.

Visual art/ auctions – UK

Phillips’ Photo Sale Offers Portraits of Warhol, Bacon, Iconic Vogue Images, and More

by Michelle Tay • As British Vogue celebrates its centenary this year, images by photographers who have contributed to its pages are going under the hammer at Phillipsin London.

Architecture & design – Italy

5 Ways to Experience Asia-Pacific at Venice Architecture Biennale 2016

by Jana Perkovic • The theme is “Reporting From the Front” with an emphasis from outside Europe and the US. Here are five ways in which Asia-Pacific will be reporting from the front.

Architecture & design – Italy

Designer Creates Bicycles Based on People Drawing from Memory

by Jana Perkovic • Gianluca Gimini started “pestering friends and random strangers” and demand that they draw a man’s bicycle by heart, on the spot. “Soon I found out that, when confronted with this odd request, most people have a very hard time remembering exactly how a bike is made.”

Performing arts – International

Jean-Michel Jarre on His Most Ambitious Album – Peaches to Edward Snowden

by Mark Beech • Jean-Michel Jarre says “Electronica 2,” just out, is the culmination of his most ambitious project, spread over five years. The French musician, who has sold 80 million records starting with “Oxygene” in 1976, speaks about his latest release’s long list of collaborators from Peaches to Gary Numan, and Cyndi Lauper to the Pet Shop Boys.

Lifestyle/wine – International

US Overtakes UK in Fine-Wine Bidding as China Closes In, Says Barnebys

by Mark Beech • Britain, whose wine buyers and investors dominated the market a decade ago, has been overtaken by the US, France, Italy, Germany and China, according to international auction search engine Barnebys.

Lifestyle/ jewelry – Switzerland

Pink Diamonds Push Sotheby’s to $175.1 Million Record for Any Jewelry Sale

by Mark Beech • Pink and colored diamonds sold for records as Sotheby’s latest Geneva sale raised $175.1 million, the highest ever for a jewelry auction.


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