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Visual arts – UK

New Tate Modern: 10 Works to See

by Samuel Spencer • Tate Modern’s highly anticipated new extension has opened to the public. ARTINFO selects 10 artworks you shouldn’t miss.
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Visual arts – Austria

Painters Rise to Challenge of Tech Revolution in Vienna Show

by Mark Beech • A new exhibition in Vienna shows how the medium of painting is evolving, and rising to the challenge of the Internet revolution.
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Visual arts – UK

Michael Craig-Martin Redesigns Southwark Tube Roundels for New Tate

by Samuel Spencer • Coinciding with the opening of the new Tate Modern extension, British artist Michael Craig-Martin has rethought the roundel at Southwark — the nearest tube station to the museum — repainting it in some of his signature colors.
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Visual arts – Austria

Viennacontemporary Art Fair Announces 2016 Galleries and Program

by Nicholas Forrest • The viennacontemporary international art fair returns to Vienna's Marx Halle for its second edition from September 22-25, 2016.
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Architecture & design – International

Anotherview Gives Your Home a Window Into Another City

by Jana Perkovic • You look outside the window, and instead that dreary street you have seen so many times, there is the skyline of New York. Or the waterfront in Cape Town. Or snow gently falling on a mountain. Welcome to Anotherview, a design start-up that produces window views.
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Performing arts – UK

REVIEW: Anish Kapoor Versus Real Human Beings: ‘Tristan’ at ENO

by Warwick Thompson • Daniel Kramer and sculptor Anish Kapoor (who has only designed three operas to date) serve up hits and misses in their curious new staging at English National Opera.
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Lifestyle – UK

V&A, Tretyakov Gallery, Vogue Russia Announce Partnership

by Nicholas Forrest • The collaboration will take the form of a new exhibition examining the influence of Russia on 20th century and contemporary Western fashion, collectively developed and curated by the three partners.
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Lifestyle / autos - International

Classic Cars Go Under the Hammer at Dorotheum's June 18 Auction

by Low Lai Chow • The Austrian auction house is lining up a collection of classic cars such as the 1953 Mercedes Benz 300 S Roadster (€520,000-€680,000).
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