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Art world reacts to Brexit; Courtauld celebrates language; Glastonbury review; rusty Aston Martin beats new Bentley; and more...

Monday, June 27, 2016

Europe Edition

Visual arts – UK

BREXIT: The Art Market Responds

by Nicholas Forrest • In the wake of the Brexit referendum on June 23, in which the British voted to leave the European Union, the full impact on the art markets of Britain, Europe, and indeed the world is still emerging. To shed light on the situation, BLOUIN ARTINFO will provide commentary from key art market experts.

Visual arts – UK

Artists' Answers to the Brexit Vote

by Juliet Helmke • As the world reacts to the news that Great Britain has voted to leave the European Union, we turn to the soapbox of our age — social media — for the art world’s thoughts.

Visual arts – France

Jacques Chirac Celebrated at Musée Du Quai Branly

by Jake Cigainero • At a time when fear-monger politicians portray multiculturalism as a threat in order to further personal agendas, and as Europe and the US bluster about tightening borders, a Paris museum pays homage to a former French president who championed diversity.

Visual arts – UK

Courtauld Gallery Explores ‘Confusion of Tongues’ in New Exhibition

by Samuel Spencer • In “Confusion of Tongues,” a group of Courtauld Institute students explores the relationship between art and language through works by Oskar Kokoschka, Susan Hiller, Fiona Banner, and more.

Visual arts – France

Dansaekhwa Survey Opens at PIASA in Paris

by Darryl Wee • An exhibition of both historical and more recent works by some of the leading artists from the Korean Dansaekhwa movement has opened at PIASA in Paris.

Performing arts – UK

Top Glastonbury Acts: Adele’s Tears, Muse’s Sweat, Wolf Alice’s Blood

by Mark Beech • Adele gave a tuneful, emotional performance. Muse delivered a sweaty sci-fi inspired set. Coldplay brought out Bee Gee Barry Gibb for an unlikely version of “Stayin’ Alive.” But, as ever at Glastonbury, much of the best music was away from the big stages.

Lifestyle/ auto auctions – UK

Aston Martin Barn Find at $930,000 Tops New Blake Bentley at Bonhams

by Mark Beech • A “barn find” Aston Martin with peeling paint raced to the top price of £679,100 (about $930,000) at a UK auction, beating other cars such as a showroom-shining new Bentley customized by Sir Blake.

Travel/ ideas – UK

16th-Century Tube Passengers Captured on London Underground by Matt Crabtree

by Robert Michael Poole • Lost in the Underground on the daily commute, Londoners often daydream of being in another place. But for photographer Matt Crabtree, they are simply in another time.

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