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Francis Bacon remembered in Monaco; Battle of Somme in painting; 'Art of Giving' Love Ball; Berlin theater row; more...

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Europe Edition

Visual arts – UK

Francis Bacon’s Metamorphic Monaco Period at Grimaldi Forum

by Nicholas Forrest • “Francis Bacon, Monaco, and French Culture” at the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco explores the work of Irish-born British painter Francis Bacon within the unique context of his crucial years in Monaco, and the influence of French art and culture on his oeuvre.

Visual arts – UK

$19 Million New Galleries Open at the National Museum of Scotland

by Mark Beech • The National Museum of Scotland has opened 10 new galleries costing £14.1 million (about $19 million) as it celebrates its 150th anniversary. Everything from racing cars to Paco Rabanne is showcased in the Edinburgh museum.

Visual arts – Germany

Two Palms Prints by Chuck Close, Elizabeth Peyton and Co. at CFA

by Samuel Spencer • Prints by artists including Chris Ofili, Doig, Chuck Close, Elizabeth Peyton, and Dana Schutz feature in “Two Palms,” an exhibition at Contemporary Fine Arts (CFA) Berlin celebrating the eponymous printing firm.

Visual arts – UK

Bloodiest Battle at Somme Commemorated in O’Donoghue Paintings in London

by Mark Beech • The Battle of the Somme ended with more than one million men wounded or killed. As one of the UK events to mark the battle’s centenary, Leighton House Museum is displaying the series “Seven Halts on The Somme.”

Architecture & design – International

Björk Reveals Neri Oxman's 3D-Printed Mask Based on Her Face

by Jana Perkovic • At a performance in Tokyo, Icelandic singer Björk debuted a wild 3D-printed mask she commissioned by Neri Oxman.

Performing arts – Germany

International Art World Professionals Support Chris Dercon in Berlin Volksbühne Controversy

by Lisa Contag • Twenty-five international art world professionals have joined forces to back former Tate Modern director Chris Dercon in his position as appointed director of Berlin’s Volksbühne theater.

Lifestyle/ fashion – France

Fondation Louis Vuitton-Natalia Vodianova’s ‘The Art of Giving’ Love Ball Tonight

by Archana Khare-Ghose • A carefully-curated selection of 15 art works by outstanding international contemporary artists such as Olafur Eliasson, Takashi Murakami, Sterling Ruby, Chiharu Shiota, Huang Yong Ping, and Zhang Enli will highlight the auction that will follow ‘The Art of Giving’ Love Ball by Fondation Louis Vuitton at Paris.

Travel/ ideas – Germany

Art on the Fly: Munich Airport

by Low Lai Chow • King Ludwig II sits in stillness at Munich Airport, cutting a dapper figure in his suit. Around him, passengers zip about on their business, ascending and descending from planes, catching a bite, catching a breather before they take off on their next flight.

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