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Tuesday, June 28, 2016

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Visual arts – UK

Future Stars of British Art at RA Schools Show

by Samuel Spencer • While the main Royal Academy (RA) space is showing the Summer Exhibition, the next generation of artists claims the RA Schools studios for an exhibition of the work of final year students, on until July 3.
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Visual arts – UK

1:54 African Art Fair London Announces 2016 Galleries

by Nicholas Forrest • The 2016 edition of 1:54 will bring together 40 of the world’s leading galleries that specialize in contemporary African art, showcasing the work of 110 African artists from 30 countries.
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Visual arts – Italy

About Time: Francis Alÿs, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Alexander Calder in Rome

by Samuel Spencer • A new exhibition at Rome’s National Gallery of Modern Art brings together works that engage with time, including pieces by Francis Alÿs, Hiroshi Sugimoto, and Alexander Calder.
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Visual arts - Spain

Caravaggio’s Northern Influence at Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza

by Nicholas Forrest • “Caravaggio and the Painters of the North” at the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza in Madrid celebrates the legacy of Caravaggio, exploring in particular the Italian artist’s influence on the northern European painters who followed.
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Visual arts – Germany

Jim Dine’s Profound Self-Portraits at the Albertina

by Nicholas Forrest • “I Never Look Away” at the Albertina in Vienna is an exhibition of self-portraits by American artist and poet Jim Dine.
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Architecture & design – UK

10 Things to Know About the New Tate Modern Extension

by Jana Perkovic • The Tate Modern extension’s name, origin, designers, cost, and much more detailed and explained.
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Performing arts – UK/ 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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Travel/ ideas – France

Olafur Eliasson's Unreal Art Interventions in the Palace of Versailles

by Low Lai Chow • It's that time of the year when contemporary art overtakes the Palace of Versailles—and visitors to the palace this summer will be confronted by Icelandic-Danish artist Olafur Eliasson's massive triptych of outdoor pieces, as well as some interior works.
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