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Friday, June 17, 2016

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Visual arts – Germany

Sneak Peek: What to See at 9th Berlin Biennale

by Nicholas Forrest • The Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art has launched its ninth edition across multiple locations throughout Berlin. On show until September 18, the event brings together more than 150 local and international participants.
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Visual arts – UK

Review: 3 Ways to Survive RA’s Summer Exhibition 2016

by Samuel Spencer • For many of us, the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition is one of those events, like Ascot or Glyndebourne, that we have been told is a staple of Britain’s cultural calendar but have never actually been to, always assuming it was for other people.
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Visual arts – UK

Coldplay Sells Album Art for Charity: $1.4 Million Raised So Far

by Mark Beech • Coldplay is selling its album art to raise money for disadvantaged children. The rock band has an exhibition opening in London that coincides with its run of five sell-out concerts at Wembley.
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Visual arts – France

Paris and New York Life Through the Lens of Louis Stettner

by Samuel Spencer • The Centre Pompidou in Paris is exhibiting a retrospective of the eight-decade career of American photographer Louis Stettner.
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Visual arts – UK

Edvard Munch’s ‘The Scream’ Lithograph May Fetch $1.7 Million at Sotheby’s

by Mark Beech • A rare graphic version of one of the most famous art images of all time, Edvard Munch’s “The Scream,” is coming up for sale at Sotheby’s.
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Performance arts – UK

REVIEW: Beautiful, Bestial, and Bonkers: ‘Iris’ at Opera Holland Park

by Warwick Thompson • The score is lavish and sumptuous, the playing gorgeous, the singing excellent. So what makes “Iris” the most bonkers show ever put on at Opera Holland Park?
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Architecture & design – France/ Italy

Modern French Design Meets Italian Renaissance in Rome

by Laura Maggi • The best of modern and contemporary French design is being showcased in what on the face of it is the most unlikely of locations – a 16th-century Renaissance building in Rome.
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Travel/ ideas – UK

11 Great Artworks on the London Tube

by Low Lai Chow • Put the London Underground on your face? Guyanese-British artist Hew Locke's latest creation, “Tunnel Vision,” a mask made from colorful cords and strings stuck together to call to mind the lines of the Tube, does just that.
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