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Thursday, June 23, 2016

Europe Edition

Visual arts – UK

Clara Drummond Wins £30,000 BP Portrait Award 2016

by Nicholas Forrest • London’s National Portrait Gallery said Clara Drummond had won the £30,000 BP Portrait Award 2016. The 38-year-old Cambridgeshire-based artist won for a portrait of her friend and fellow artist Kirsty Buchanan entitled “Girl in a Liberty Dress.”

Visual arts – UK/ international

Sotheby's Impressionist & Modern Sale: Analyzing the Results

by Meghana Reddy • The Sotheby’s Impressionist and Modern Art evening sale provided a strong start to this year’s June auction season in London with its £103,280,000 tally, as Judd Tully reports. The house chose quality over quantity, offering 27 lots and achieving a sell-through rate of 89 percent by lot.

Visual arts – Austria

Swipe Through Andrea Büttner’s iPhone Etchings at Kunsthalle Vienna

by Samuel Spencer • In her latest exhibition — which runs until September 18 at Vienna’s Kunsthalle Wien — German artist Andrea Büttner explores modern society through traditional techniques.

Visual arts – France

Patricia Perez Eustaquio’s Site-Specific Installation at Palais de Tokyo

by Darryl Wee • For her first solo project in Europe, Manila-based artist Patricia Perez Eustaquio has been invited to create a sprawling, site-specific installation for the Palais de Tokyo.

Visual arts – UK

Alex Katz Sculpture Unveiled in Mayfair Fountain, Timothy Taylor Gallery

by Samuel Spencer • A “cutout sculpture” by Alex Katz featuring a group of three female bathers was installed in the fountain outside Mayfair’s Connaught Hotel on June 21, preceding its showcase at the adjacent Timothy Taylor gallery until September 3.

Visual arts – Switzerland

Art Basel’s ‘Unlimited’ Phenomenon, 2016 Final Day Sales

by Nicholas Forrest • The 47th edition of Art Basel in Basel closed with a reported attendance of 95,000 across the six show days, including leading private collectors from around the world and representatives from more than 300 museums and institutions.

Visual arts – France

Van Dyck, Decorative Art May Bring $17 Million at Sotheby’s De Balkany Sale in Paris

by Mark Beech • Sotheby’s may raise as much as €15 million (about $17 million) with an auction that it says is one of most important ever staged in France for a collection of decorative arts and paintings.

Architecture & design – Austria

Life Visions: Frederick Kiesler's Utopian Architecture at MAK

by Jana Perkovic • The city of Freud, Schiele, Schoenberg, Loos and Otto Wagner, Vienna was the first metropolis of Modernism. After a retrospective on Josef Frank, the Museum of Applied Arts (MAK) in the Austrian capital now presents a reappraisal of Frederick Kiesler’s oeuvre, as part of the museum’s effort to re-assess the visionary figures of the Viennese Modernism in design and architecture.

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