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Thursday, May 26, 2016

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Visual arts – UK/International

Art Basel Names Abigail Reynolds for Third BMW Art Journey

by Nicholas Forrest • British artist Abigail Reynolds has won the third BMW Art Journey, Art Basel announced, for her project “The Ruins of Time: Lost Libraries of the Silk Road.”

Visual arts – UK

Yuri Pattison Wins 2016 Frieze Artist Award

by Nicholas Forrest • London-based artist Yuri Pattison won the 2016 Frieze Artist Award and will present a new installation at Frieze London in October as part of the non-profit Frieze Projects program.

Visual arts – Italy

Camille Henrot’s Art Inspired by Mondays in Rome

by Pia Capelli • While some people don’t like the Mondays, Camille Henrot has made it her theme of her first solo show in Italy. The French artist has been a coveted name since winning a Venice Silver Lion.

Architecture & design – Russia

First Look: Rafael de Cardenas Brings Pop Aesthetic to Art Nouveau Department Store in St sburg

by Jana Perkovic • Rafael de Cárdenas / Architecture at Large have completed an interior redesign of the third floor of a historic department store in St sburg, bringing a candy-colored pop aesthetic to one of the world's earliest department stores, now about to reopen.

Architecture & design – International

Seattle Gets a Motorized Floating Sauna by goCstudio Architects

by Jana Perkovic • A Kickstarter-funded motorized floating sauna will provide an unusual retreat for Seattle residents this year.

Performing arts – International

7 Most Jaw-Dropping Music Videos of 2016 So Far

by Mark Beech • Coldplay’s “Up & Up” – arguably more inventive than the music – is the latest in a run of jaw-dropping videos this year. Here is a pick of some of the best, from well-known names – Beyoncé, David Bowie, Radiohead – to the more obscure, such as Weezer and Mia.


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