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Europe's Sunday Best stories of the week: LISTE preview; a new look at Picasso; Venice Biennale picks; and more...

Sunday, June 5, 2016

Europe’s Sunday Best Stories

Visual arts – UK/ Australia

20th Sydney Biennale Q&A: Aura Satz’s ‘Bullet and the Hole’

by Nicholas Forrest • London-based artist Aura Satz discusses her film “Between the Bullet and the Hole,” which the artist says “draws on extensive research into the role of women in ballistics and early computing.”

Visual arts – Switzerland

Sneak Peek: What to Expect at LISTE 2016

by Darryl Wee • We take a sneak peek at LISTE, one of the most important platforms for newer, emerging galleries founded in 1996.

Visual arts – France

Picasso and Popular Arts and Traditions at MUCEM

by Nicholas Forrest • “A Genius Without a Pedestal: Picasso and Popular Arts and Traditions” brings together 270 works, juxtaposing Picasso’s works with reference objects from the collections of the MUCEM.

Visual arts – France

Ecuador’s Art Under Spotlight at Maison de L'Amerique Latine in Paris

by Jake Cigainero • In France’s first exhibition of Ecuadorian talent - “Chaupi-Aequator” at the Maison de l’Amérique latine in Paris - artists draw on their cultural roots and play with the dividing lines of their mother country.

Architecture & design – Italy

Venice Biennale of Architecture 2016: Highlights from the Front

by Jana Perkovic • With displays built with 100 tons of waste materials generated by the dismantling of the previous Biennale, and one of the youngest ever cohorts of participants, Arsenale feels earnest, well-meaning, youthful, and optimistic.

Architecture & design – Italy

Zaha Hadid’s Working Methods Revealed in Venice Retrospective

by Laura Maggi • The first posthumous retrospective of Dame Zaha Hadid, being staged in Venice, offers new insight into the working methods she used, from sketchbook to finished product.

Performing arts – UK

Space-Age Lovers Brawl as ‘Voyager’ Debuts on London Stage

by Mark Beech • Space is a big place. So the new play “Voyager” tells us. While this is hardly a surprise, it carries on to elaborate on the theme nicely, with the revelation in the closing words: “The vastness is bearable only through love.”

Travel/ ideas – France

The Art de Vivre in Bordeaux’s Bold and Beautiful Châteaux

by Low Lai Chow • Fine wine tasting on cellar tours? That's old hat. Wine connoisseurs thirsty for more are looking out for the perfect accompaniment to the 'nectar of the gods', from refined Michelin-starred meals to cultural delights in arts and music.


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