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Visual arts – London

Masterpiece London Art and Design Fair Bucks Brexit Blues

by Nicholas Forrest • The seventh edition of the Masterpiece London international fair for art and design, which took place at the Royal Hospital Chelsea, reported strong sales across all disciplines.
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Visual arts – Germany

Bottcherstrasse Art Award 2016 Goes to Emeka Ogboh

by Lisa Contag • The “Kunstpreis der Böttcherstraße,” worth €30,000 (about $33,000) was awarded to Ogboh, who was born in Nigeria in 1977 and lives in Berlin.
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Visual arts – UK

Rubens Masterpiece Fetches £44.9m at Christie’s London

by Nicholas Forrest • The price is the second highest ever paid for an Old Master painting at auction, and the highest ever achieved for an Old Master painting at Christie’s.
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Visual arts – UK

Review: Artistic Odysseys Through Stanley Kubrick's World in London

by Samuel Spencer • In a new exhibition at Somerset House, leading artists and musicians present artworks inspired by the visionary director of “2001,” “A Clockwork Orange,” and “The Shining.”
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Architecture & design – UK

7 Young British Designers to Watch Out For

by Jana Perkovic • New Designers Fair, the most important emerging design event in the UK, always provides clues on who to watch in the next generation of British designers. For those who missed the fair, Blouin ARTINFO has picked the most interesting new talents to watch out for.
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Performing arts – UK

Review: Anohni Sings of Drone Bombs at the Barbican

by Samuel Spencer • At the Barbican, singer Anohni (formerly known as Antony Hegarty, of Antony and the Johnsons) performed songs from her new album “Hopelessness,” backed by a litany of lip-syncing women including Naomi Campbell.
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Lifestyle/ autos – France

US Collector Snaps Up Artcurial Porsche as Classic-Car Market Faces Brexit Blues

by Mark Beech • Artcurial’s weekend Le Mans Classic 2016 auction showed the first sign of Brexit blues affecting the classic-car market.
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Travel/ ideas – UK

London's Top 5 Hidden Parks

by Robert Michael Poole • Escaping urban stress has never been too much of a challenge for Londoners. Green spaces are sprinkled throughout the city, ranging from royal parks to private courtyards (Kensington and Chelsea alone have more than 100 squares, many for residents only), not to mention the enormous 320-hectare (790-acre) Hampstead Heath.
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