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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Europe Edition

Visual arts – UK

Francis Bacon’s ‘Invisible Rooms’ Unlocked at Tate Liverpool

by Nicholas Forrest • “Francis Bacon: Invisible Rooms” surveys the great artist’s architectural, ghost-like framing device through more than 30 paintings and rarely seen drawings.

Visual arts – UK

Dóra Maurer’s Avant-Garde Art Experiments at White Cube London

by Nicholas Forrest • “6 out of 5” at White Cube Mason’s Yard is an exhibition of works by Hungarian artist Dóra Maurer – the first exhibition in the UK to showcase the artist’s entire career to date.

Visual arts – Spain

Border Crossings: Madrid’s PhotoEspaña Looks at Europe as a ‘Continent of Migrations’

by Sara Roffino, Art+Auction • The 19th edition of PhotoEspaña runs June 1 through August 28, featuring 300 photographers from approximately 30 countries. Festival director María García Yelo speaks about this year’s themes, the importance of the market, and the goals of the annual event.

Architecture& design – France

Collector Alexander von Vegesack Showcases His Castle of Design

by Laura Maggi • The German-born co-founder of the Vitra Design Museum is now showcasing his own center for design education and research: the Domaine de Boisbuchet in France, which is holding a series of summer events.

Architecture & design – France

French Design Festival 2016 Focuses on Collaborative Design

by Jana Perkovic • The "Revolution" will begin on May 30, when D'Days Festival opens its many doors to French Design. Themed around constant reinvention, this year's D'Days will look at the shifting, but constantly central, role of design at a time of great technological change.

Architecture & design – France

Artcurial Sells Lalique Vase for More Than €280,000

by Jana Perkovic • A vase by Rene Lalique sold at Artcurial's Art Deco sale in Paris on May 24 for €282,000 ($315,840), marking the third highest ever record for a vase by this artist.

Travel/ ideas – Czech Republic

Giant Mechanized Kafka Bot Turns Heads in Prague

by Low Lai Chow • Perpetual ray of sunshine Franz Kafka, a key figure in 20th-century Czech literature who dealt out surreal, unsettling fiction classics the likes of “The Metamorphosis” (yes, that novella where Gregor Samsa wakes up to find himself turned into a roach, sometimes with an apple in his back), continues to live life large in Prague, his hometown.


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