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Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Europe Edition


Visual arts – International

10 Must-See Art Exhibitions Opening in Europe in June

by Nicholas Forrest • During the month of June, the global art world turns its eyes to Europe thanks to events such as Art Basel, the Berlin Biennale, and the Manifesta European Biennial of Contemporary Art. But beyond these major art events, there is also a diverse and exciting range of exhibitions across the continent.
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Visual arts – France

Olafur Eliasson’s Penetrating Palace of Versailles Variation

by Nicholas Forrest • Olafur Eliasson, the Palace of Versailles guest artist for the summer of 2016, has transformed the majestic site with installations that play with light and water.
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Visual arts – Switzerland

Lee Hyun-Sook on Haegue Yang at Art Basel Unlimited 2016

by Darryl Wee • For all collectors attending Art Basel this month, the Unlimited Section of the fair is an absolute must-see. The sheer size of some of the works presented can often be breathtaking. Proudly displayed amongst them will be Korean artist Haegue Yang’s “Sol LeWitt Upside Down – Structure with Three Towers, Expanded 23 Times, Split in Three.”
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Performing arts – UK

`David Bowie Is,' Documentary Movie of V&A Show, Set for Comeback

by Mark Beech • One of the rarest David Bowie films is set for a comeback, six months after the star’s death.
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Performing arts – Italy

Top 5 Shows at the Venice Dance Biennale 2016

by Gabriella Daris • The dance sector of the Biennale di Venezia sees its 10th edition run from June 17 to 26, 2016. Directed by choreographer Virgilio Sieni — a leading figure in Italian contemporary dance since the ’80s — explores the nature of places and vision of the polis (meaning “city” in Greek).
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Lifestyle/ fashion – International

Gift Guide: 7 Artsy Socks to Get Dad for Father’s Day

by Michelle Tay • These socks make a great, yet not wallet-busting, gift for artsy dads this Father’s Day, which falls on June 19.
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Lifestyle/ food – International

Art Reimagined as Cake

by Low Lai Chow • When he's not collecting art and visiting art galleries, San Francisco-based pastry chef Dante Nuno indulges in a little side project: bringing paintings to life in the form of, well, cake.
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