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Friday, May 20, 2016

Europe Edition

Visual arts – UK

Top Things to See at Photo London 2016

by Danielle Whalen • After wowing a crowd of more than 20,000 photography lovers in 2015, Photo London returns to Somerset House.

Visual arts – Greece

Sneak Peek: What to See at the 2016 Art-Athina Art Fair

by Nicholas Forrest • The Art-Athina international contemporary art fair, Greece’s largest contemporary art event, is back at the Faliron Pavilion in Athens for its 21st edition.

Architecture & design – France

Yves Saint Laurent Morocco Museum Plans by Studio KO Revealed

by Mark Beech • The Fondation Pierre Bergé – Yves Saint Laurent has revealed plans for its new Morocco museum designed by Studio KO.

Performing arts – UK

Star Wars Auction From "Grandfather Of Modern Make-Up Design"

by Robert Michael Poole • Filming for the 8th instalment in the Star Wars franchise kicked off earlier this year in Dubrovnik, Croatia, and June 8 fans of the series will be able to get their hands on some unique Star Wars memorabilia from the early days of the story.

Performing arts – UK

Soprano Sophie Bevan On Murder, Incest And Sludge

by Warwick Thompson • For her latest role, soprano Sophie Bevan is covered in thick, gooey, red sludge. “It represents destiny,” she says cheerfully. “You can’t escape it. Everyone gets covered in it by the end.”

Lifestyle/ auctions – Switzerland

Oppenheimer Blue Diamond Achieves $58.2M, Smashes World Record

by Michelle Tay • The Oppenheimer Blue diamond, the largest vivid blue diamond ever to come to auction, has become the most expensive jewel ever sold at auction, achieving 56.8 million Swiss francs, or $58.2 million, at Christie’s “Magnificent Jewels” sale in Geneva.


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