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Heilmann at Whitechapel; auction preview; Absolut Award; Lamborghini Museum; Kardashian photos; design sales; and more...

Monday, June 13, 2016

Europe Edition

Visual arts – UK

Mary Heilmann on 1970s New York and Her New Whitechapel Show

by Samuel Spencer • In her first major UK show in more than two decades, American artist Mary Heilmann presents a survey of her work since the 1960s at London’s Whitechapel Gallery.

Visual arts – UK

London Auctions Preview, Part 1: Sotheby's June 21 Impressionist & Modern Sale

by Judd Tully, Art+Auction • A genuinely rare-to-market Cubist masterpiece headlines the Sotheby’s auction. Pablo Picasso’s “Femme Assise,” 1909, captures the beauty of his lover Fernande Olivier.

Visual arts – International

Absolut Announces 2017 Art Award Jury, New Emerging Artist Award

by Nicholas Forrest • Absolut has announced the jury for the 2017 Absolut Art Award and launched a new prize for emerging artists.

Visual arts – Italy

Renovated Lamborghini Museum Reopens with Art Exhibition

by Michelle Tay • The new Lamborghini Museum, with fully renovated layout and displays, has opened to coincide with the first stage of the Miura Tour that celebrates the sports car’s 50th anniversary this year.

Visual arts – Sweden

Yayoi Kusama’s Infinitely Stylish Moderna Museet Exhibition

by Nicholas Forrest • “Yayoi Kusama – In Infinity,” at the Moderna Museet in Stockholm, Sweden, is the Japanese artist’s first significant exhibition in Scandinavia, and the first comprehensive showcase highlighting her interest in design and fashion.

Visual arts- Germany

Kim Kardashian, Joan Didion, and Himself: Juergen Teller at Bundeskunsthalle

by Samuel Spencer • Bonn’s Bundeskunsthalle is showing recent revealing work by German photographer Juergen Teller. The exhibition includes selections from his 2015 “Kanye, Juergen & Kim” series, featuring both Teller and Kim Kardashian in their underwear.

Architecture & design – International

Design Sales: Mid-Century European Continues to Lead

by Jana Perkovic • Jean Royère and Ingrid Donat were the star performers in the latest design auctions in New York. Strong results indicate that mid-century European design continues to lead the market.

Performing arts – UK

Robert Plant Cancels, Refugees Welcomed, at London's Meltdown Festival

by Robert Michael Poole • The Meltdown Festival is in full swing, with its unique approach of having a celebrated musician curate proceedings. This year the reigns have been handed over to Guy Garvey of rock band Elbow who has selected the acts to perform at London’s Southbank Centre.

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