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Europe's Biggest Stories of the Week: Francis Bacon's rooms; Art Basel preview; Hirst shows Koons; music videos, more..

Saturday, May 28, 2016

Europe Saturday Biggest Stories of the Week

Visual arts – UK

Francis Bacon’s ‘Invisible Rooms’ Unlocked at Tate Liverpool

by Nicholas Forrest • “Francis Bacon: Invisible Rooms” surveys the great artist’s architectural, ghost-like framing device through more than 30 paintings and rarely seen drawings.

Visual arts – Switzerland

Sneak Peek: What to Expect at Art Basel in Basel 2016

by Nicholas Forrest • Art Basel returns for its 47th European edition June 16-19 with a lineup of 287 leading galleries presenting modern and contemporary art.

Visual arts – UK

The Joy of Jeff Koons at Damien Hirst’s London Gallery

by Nicholas Forrest • Occupying Newport Street Gallery’s six, expansive galleries, “Now” traces the development of Koons’s radical reconfiguration of the readymade through more than 30 paintings, works on paper, and sculptures, drawn directly from Hirst’s collection.

Visual arts – France/UK

Elton John’s Painting by Warhol and Basquiat May Raise More Than $1 Million at Sotheby’s Paris

by Mark Beech • Elton John may raise more than $1 million with the sale of a painting executed by both Jean-Michel Basquiat and Andy Warhol.

Architecture& design – France

Collector Alexander von Vegesack Showcases His Castle of Design

by Laura Maggi • The German-born co-founder of the Vitra Design Museum is now showcasing his own center for design education and research: the Domaine de Boisbuchet in France, which is holding a series of summer events.

Performing arts – International

7 Most Jaw-Dropping Music Videos of 2016 So Far

by Mark Beech • Coldplay’s “Up & Up” – arguably more inventive than the music – is just the latest in a run of jaw-dropping videos this year. Here is a pick of some of the best of 2016, from well-known names. – Beyoncé, David Bowie, Radiohead – to the more obscure, such as Weezer and Mia.

Lifestyle/ watches – International

Fine Watchmaking to be Showcased at Biennale des Antiquaires

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • The Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie, which was set up by the Richemont Group, Audemars Piguet, and Girard Perregaux to promote fine watchmaking, will present “The Mastery of Time,” a non-selling exhibition that traces the history of the measurement of time from the sundial to contemporary complicated mechanisms.


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