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Thursday, June 9, 2016

Europe Edition

Visual arts – Switzerland

Interview: Fair Director Marc Spiegler on Art Basel 2016

by Nicholas Forrest • Art Basel Global Director Marc Spieglert tells us Art Basel continues to be the highlight of the art calendar, with more collectors from Asia and Africa. It does not adapt to changes in the market, is not a great trend-spotting show, and has no main demographic, he succinctly says.

Visual arts – France

Artcurial Sets New Auction Record for Marcel Duchamp

by Nicholas Forrest • Paris-based Artcurial set an auction record for a Marcel Duchamp painting. His “Nu sur nu (Nude on Nude),” 1910-11, sold for €1,243,000, smashing the pre-sale estimate of €500,000-700,000.

Visual arts – Switzerland

Takayuki Ishii on Koji Enokura at Art Basel Unlimited 2016

by Darryl Wee • Among the Art Basel Unlimited works is an installation by the late Koji Enokura(1942-1995), an instrumental figure from the post war Japanese Mono-ha movement, presented by Taka Ishii Gallery.

Visual arts – France

Lee Ufan’s "Dialogue" at kamel mennour, Paris

by Darryl Wee • Following his one-man show in the stately gardens and château at Versailles in 2014, the Korean-born master Lee Ufan returns to his Parisian gallerist Kamel Mennour for a solo exhibition.

Architecture & design – Switzerland

Design Miami Spurs Market in Basel, Director Rodman Primack Says

by Jana Perkovic • It is the third year that Rodman Primack has been at the reins of Design Miami, the fair dedicated to collectible design that takes place twice a year: in Miami every December, and in Basel every June. The fair has grown from its upstart beginnings, but has retained an edgy vibe, setting it apart from its more staid, trade-centered counterparts.

Architecture & design – UK

London’s Serpentine Unveils BIG’s “Unzipped” 2016 Pavilion

by Nicholas Forrest • London’s Serpentine Galleries unveiled its 16th annual Pavilion by Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) (Copenhagen/New York) and the four Summer Houses commissioned as part of its expanded Architecture Program for 2016.

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.

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