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Tuesday, July 5, 2016

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Visual arts – International

Top 10 Must-See Art Exhibitions Opening in Europe in July

by Nicholas Forrest • From major retrospectives to themed group shows, an impressive number of Europe’s top art institutions are presenting a wide variety of important exhibitions that offer a welcome distraction after Art Basel in Basel, the June London auctions, and the Brexit vote.
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Visual arts – France

Artcurial’s 1st Semester Sales Jump 6% Over Last Year Figures

by Archana Khare-Ghose • French auction house Artcurial’s 1st semester sales increased 6 percent over the same period last year.
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Visual arts – UK

Magnum Photos Presents “New Blood” photo exhibit in London

by Paroma Mukherjee • The Magnum Print Room in London is hosting an exhibition, “New Blood,” which brings to focus works by six current nominees for the Magnum Photos club.
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Visual arts – Germany

Andreas Gursky Explores Rhythms of Abstraction in Düsseldorf Show

by Lisa Contag • In his thematic exhibition “Nicht Abstract” (“Not Abstract”) Gursky is presenting 20 works dedicated to formal questions of abstraction.
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Architecture & design – International

Contemporary Design From Belgium Breaks Through Globally

by Jana Perkovic • What is it with Belgium and collectible design? At the recent Design Miami/ Basel, it was impossible to overlook the abundance of Belgian galleries, showing everything from jewelry and ceramics, to Murano glass. Some seemed to be leading the way in contemporary design, with the youngest gallerists and edgiest new designs.
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Performance arts - Germany

Asghar Farhadi’s “The Salesman“ Named Best International Film at Munich Festival

by Lisa Contag • “The Salesman” (“Forushande”) by Iranian director Asghar Farhadi received the Arri/ Osram Award for Best International Film at the 34th International Munich Film Festival.
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Lifestyle/ fashion – France

Couturissimo Offers Outfits by Couturiers Without the Usual High Price

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • Exploring the possibilities of offering dresses designed by a couturier, but without the usual hefty price tag, a new e-commerce platform, Couturissimo has been working for more than a year under the creative direction of On Aura Tout Vu, the French couture house run by Yassen Samouilov and Livia Stokanova.
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Travel/ ideas – UK

Top 5 Art Cafes in London

by Robert Michael Poole • When gallery hopping is an all-day event, where to find a place to grab lunch, or end the day with fine dining or cocktails? Inside the galleries of course. Most major art spaces have their own cafes and restaurants in London – but which are so good that they are worth a visit in themselves? We pick our top 5 art cafes.
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