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Sunday, May 22, 2016

Best Stories of the Week

Visual arts – UK

Yinka Shonibare Wraps Royal Academy in Epic Family Album

by Nicholas Forrest • Shonibare’s 71-meter wide “RA Family Album” features one of his colorful fabric designs dripping down over a spread of more than 160 black-and-white images of important people and events in the history of the RA.

Visual arts – UK/ Africa

The Auctioneer: Bonhams’ Giles Peppiatt on African Art

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • A look at the African market, its collectors and future prospects.

Visual arts – Germany

Tomás Saraceo Turns Spider Into Artists at Esther Schipper Berlin

by Natalia Masewicz • Science meets art in Tomás Saraceno’s second solo show at Esther Schipper Gallery in Berlin. The Argentine artist is interested in the natural world and especially spiders.

Visual arts - France

Van Gogh Meets Glenn Brown in Arles

by Jake Cigainero • Vincent Van Gogh’s journey from darkness to light is showcased next to Glenn Brown’s work referencing the master.

Architecture & design – France

Yves Saint Laurent Morocco Museum Plans by Studio KO Revealed

by Mark Beech • The Fondation Pierre Bergé – Yves Saint Laurent has revealed plans for its new Morocco museum designed by Studio KO.

Performing arts – International

Jean-Michel Jarre on His Most Ambitious Album – Peaches to Edward Snowden

by Mark Beech • Jean-Michel Jarre says “Electronica 2,” just out, is the culmination of his most ambitious project, spread over five years. The French musician, who has sold 80 million records starting with “Oxygene” in 1976, speaks about his latest release’s long list of collaborators from Peaches to Gary Numan, and Cyndi Lauper to the Pet Shop Boys.

Performing arts – UK

Rock Stars Pay Homage to Unseen Andy Warhol Films in London

by Samuel Spencer • With the amount of Andy Warhol exhibitions constantly being held around the world, it is easy to think that you have seen all there is of the best-known Pop Artist. But there is more.

Lifestyle/ auctions – Switzerland

Oppenheimer Blue Diamond Achieves $58.2M, Smashes World Record

by Michelle Tay • The Oppenheimer Blue diamond, the largest vivid blue diamond ever to come to auction, has become the most expensive jewel ever sold at auction, achieving 56.8 million Swiss francs, or $58.2 million, at Christie’s “Magnificent Jewels” sale in Geneva.


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