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Europe's Sunday Best Stories of the Week: Banksy in Rome; Berlin Biennale; Venice commentary; Paul Simon review; more...

Sunday, June 12, 2016

Sunday Best Stories for Europe

Visual arts – UK/ Italy

Banksy’s Unprecedented ‘War, Capitalism, and Liberty’ Survey in Rome

by Nicholas Forrest • “War, Capitalism, and Liberty” at Palazzo Cipolla in Rome brings together around 150 Banksy works from private collections around the world.

Visual arts – Germany

Must-See Projects and Events During the Berlin Biennale

by Rachel Corbett • Here’s a guide to a few of the many projects and goings-on around town that you won’t want to miss at the Berlin Biennale, titled “The Present in Drag.”

Visual arts – UK/ Italy

Newsmakers: Italian Artist Couple Eva and Franco Mattes

by Thea Ballard, Modern Painters • Partners in art and life since they met at age 18 in 1994, Italian artists Eva and Franco Mattes have by turns a playful and critical relationship to cultural institutions and mass media, particularly the Internet.

Visual arts – Turkey

VIDEO: In the Studio with Ebru Uygun

by Blouin Artinfo • Turkish artist Ebru Uygun works her canvases more than most artists: after painting, she rips them and then reassembles the bands to create abstract wavelike structures that reveal her layering process. Aurelie Boas visits her studio in Istanbul to discuss the artist’s deconstruction and reconstruction approach to artmaking.

Architecture & design – Italy

Biennale Applauded for Shifting Focus to World Improvement From ‘Starchitects’: Venice Review

by Laura Maggi • This year’s Venice Biennale of Architecture is like none that came before. Whatever else, it successfully demonstrates that architecture and architects are ready to resume their mission for building a better world.

Performing arts – International

Paul Simon Gets Locked Out, Ponders Heaven on ‘Stranger to Stranger’: Review

by Mark Beech • While the problems of security onstage can be frustrating, they inspired one of the finest tracks on Paul Simon’s new album, “Stranger to Stranger,” his first in five years. “Wristband” says so much in three minutes and 17 seconds - both about life and also its creator’s working methods.

Travel/ ideas – France

5 Reasons to Visit Versailles this Summer

by Gabrielle Lipton • While there’s never a bad time to visit the Château de Versailles, this summer seems to be an exceptionally good one. Along with the annual summer performing arts festival, a clutch of new developments is giving the not-so-humble abode a fresh appeal this season. Here are five reasons to visit the palace now.

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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