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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 – France

Artists Confront Myth and Reality of Writer Balzac in Paris

by Nathalie Mandel • Honoré de Balzac is considered one of the greatest figures of French literature. La Maison de Balzacin Passy now has an exhibition showing how he inspired visual artists.
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Visual arts – UK

Christie's Impressionist & Modern Sale: Analyzing the Results

by Meghana Reddy • The Christie’s underwhelming Impressionist and Modern Art evening sale has been dubbed a “mini-disaster” by Judd Tully. The £25,612,500 final tally (including buyer’s premiums) was far below even the house’s low estimate, which was about £38,270,000.
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Visual arts – UK/ International

BREXIT: The Art Market Responds

by Nicholas Forrest • In the wake of the shock Brexit vote, which has seen Britain vote to leave the European Union following a referendum on June 23 that saw a final result of 17.4 million people voting to leave and 16.1 million voting to stay, the full impact of the result on the art markets of Britain, Europe, and indeed the world is still being digested.
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Architecture & design – UK

Curator’s Tour: V&A’s Maria Nicanor on the Ove Arup Exhibition

by Samuel Spencer • A part of the V&A Engineering Season, the London museum’s latest exhibition is the first to celebrate Danish-British engineer Ove Arup.
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Performing arts – International

Red Hot Chili Peppers, Mumford & Sons Take Risks With New Music: Reviews

by Mark Beech • Red Hot Chili Peppers and Mumford & Sons are both moving on. They are two of the most prominent examples of a 2016 musical trend: established acts, with critical and commercial success, are now prepared to try something different.
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Lifestyle/ fashion – International

5 Fashion Photography Exhibits to See Now

by Gabrielle Lipton • In five cities across Europe, this summer’s top fashion photography exhibitions showcase contemporary photographers who have mastered the medium in ways even those without a penchant for clothes can appreciate.
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Travel/ ideas – International

INTERVIEW: @doyoutravel and @gypsea_lust on Living an Instagram Life

by Robert Michael Poole • Do you travel? Probably not in the same way as one Mancunian photographer does. Over the last few years, Jack Morris – better known to his million-plus followers as @doyoutravel – has become one the most important influencers in travel, thanks to his Instagram.
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