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Friday, June 3, 2016

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Visual arts – France

French Artist JR Makes the Iconic Louvre Pyramid Disappear

by Nicholas Forrest • French street artist and photographer JR has made the Louvre’s I.M. Pei-designed glass pyramid “disappear” by covering it with a giant image of the museum.
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Visual arts – UK

Sudarshan Shetty Joins the Rolls-Royce Art Programme

by Nicholas Forrest • Indian artist Sudarshan Shetty will be the next artist commissioned to create an artwork for the Rolls-Royce Art Programme.
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Visual arts - France

FIAC Art Fair Announces 2016 Exhibitor List

by Nicholas Forrest • The FIAC (Foire Internationale d’Art Contemporain) international contemporary art fair will showcase 175 galleries from 26 countries at its 43rd edition in October at the Grand Palais in Paris.
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Visual arts – France

Danish Master Eckersberg’s Nudes, Landscapes at Custodia Paris: Interview

by Nathalie Mandel • Danish master Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg is getting his first monographic show in France – some 163 years after his death.
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Architecture & design – Germany

Vitra Design Museum Puts Classics in New Herzog & de Meuron Building

by Laura Maggi • The Vitra Design Museum in Germany unveiled its new building, by Herzog & de Meuron, which houses thousands of design classics.
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Architecture & design – Middle East

Tashkeel Names Design Winners for Tanween Program

by Jana Perkovic • An architect, and designers of industrial products, graphics and interiors have been selected for the fourth edition of Tashkeel’s Tanween Programme.
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Performing arts – International

Top 10 Summer Rock Festivals Worldwide: Governors Ball to Glastonbury

by Mark Beech • The Governors Ball this weekend in New York comes as 2016’s summer festival season launches into high gear. Whether your preference is a city or country location, here’s a pick of the world’s better fests coming up.
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Travel/ ideas – Germany

Where to Stay, Dine and Drink around the Berlin Biennale

by Gabriella Lipton • A notable detail of the Berlin Biennale (June 4–September 18) is that the curators get to pick their own venues. Bookended by the KW Institute for Contemporary Art in the north, and the Feuerle Collection in the south, there are a wealth of spots to sleep, dine and drink between. Here’s our guide to the best in the area.
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