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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 – 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 – UK

Modigliani’s Portrait of Tragic Lover May Fetch More Than $40 Million at Sotheby’s

by Mark Beech • A portrait by Amedeo Modigliani of his lover Jeanne Hébuterne may fetch more than $40 million at Sotheby’s in London.
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Visual arts – Switzerland

Founder Alexis Hubshman on What's New at SCOPE Basel 2016

by Mark Beech • SCOPE Basel is preparing for its 10th edition – with a new venue and confidence from founder Alexis Hubshman that it will be showing the best of emerging talents and international galleries.
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Architecture & design – Switzerland

From Zaha Hadid to Frank Gehry: Top 5 Basel Buildings

by Robert Michael Poole • Art Basel comes but once a year (well in Basel at least). But around the Swiss town stand solidly permanent testaments to art in the form of exceptional architecture by an impressive who’s who of modern architects.
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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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Travel/ ideas – International

Art Basel Booth to Hit to Road with Salvatore Scarpitta

by Robert Michael Poole • Art Basel has already expanded itself internationally, with sister events in Miami and Hong Kong. So why not the booths too? That’s an idea Tornabuoni Art is set to run with after this year’s edition. Or should we say drive with?
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