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Galleries and Auction Houses Unite for London Art Week 2015

by Nicholas Forrest • London Art Week returns for its third edition in 2015 from July 3-10 to celebrate the quality, expertise, and riches available within the galleries of Mayfair and St. James’s.
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Visual Arts - UK

Doug Aitken Launches 30 Day Happening at London’s Barbican

by Nicholas Forrest • Saturday, June 27 marks the launch of American artist and filmmaker Doug Aitken’s “Station to Station: A 30 Day Happening” at the Barbican Centre in London.
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Visual Arts - Germany

Gallery ZAK BRANICKA Aims to Quantify the Ephemeral Concept of Infinity

by Rachel Will • “The Admirable Number Pi” featuring the works of several generations of artists devoted to encapsulating the fleeting concept of infinity.
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Visual Arts - France

Helmut Newton Photo to Lead Christie’s Photographs

by Rachel Will • On Jun 30, Christie’s Paris will stage “Photographs – Icons & Style” featuring an array of images associated with the worlds of music, fashion, and photojournalism, which could raise an estimated €1.4 million.
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Architecture & Design - UK

Bonhams' New Building Wins RIBA 2015 National Award

by Jana Perkovic • Bonhams' new salesroom at 101 New Bond Street, London, has won a prestigious 2015 National Award by the Royal Institute of British Architects.
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Lifestyle - Auctions

Lifestyle Pick: The Finer Things at Auctions

by Michelle Tay • Marilyn Monroe’s dress and Marlon Brandon’s motorcycle are among the covetable items going under the hammer this week, as are a rare Charles Eames chair, Ai Weiwei’s vases, and Irving Penn’s visually arresting photographs.
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Lifestyle - Cars

Ex-Works Racing Aston Martin Ulster Team Car LM19 Sells for Twice its Estimate

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