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Sneak peek at LISTE; Picasso at MUCEM; Art Accra to debut; V&A at Venice Biennale; opera festival guide; and more...

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Europe Edition

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 Marseille

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 – Africa

Art Accra Announces First Edition of Global Art Fair in Africa

by Nicholas Forrest • Rosemond Art Group has announced the first edition of the Art Accra international art fair in Ghana, Africa.

Visual arts – International

Alex Seton Amongst 7 Winners of François Schneider Art Prize

by Nicholas Forrest • The François Schneider Foundation in Wattwiller has announced artist Alex Seton as one of seven winners of the 2015 edition of its “Contemporary Talents” competition.

Architecture & design – Italy/ UK

V&A Debuts at Venice Architecture Biennale 2016 with Celebration of Replicas

by Jana Perkovic • The first collaboration between the Venice Biennale and the Victoria & Albert Museum in London opens with an exhibition celebrating replicas.

Performing arts – Europe

A 2016 Summer Festival Guide for European Opera Lovers

by Warwick Thompson • European opera festivals this year offer something to suit every taste. New works take a bow, older ones get a fresh look, and dependable warhorses show they can still light up the house. So whether you swoon for the solidly traditional or jive to the quirkily avant-garde, you’ll find plenty to sate your cultural craving.


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