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Saturday, July 9, 2016

Saturday Europe

Visual arts – Switzerland

Bern Exhibition Shows How Paul Klee Conquered the Canvas

by Lisa Contag • Paul Klee’s evolution from a talented young graphic artist to one of Modernism’s most important and innovative painters is the theme of a new exhibition on view this summer at the Zentrum Paul Klee in Bern.

Visual arts – Germany

Martin-Gropius-Bau Brings Berenice Abbott’s New York to Berlin

by Lisa Contag • Berenice Abbott, one of the early 20th century’s most seminal female photographers and chronicler of New York, is being celebrated this summer – in Berlin.

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 - Italy

Palazzo Strozzi Announces Major Ai Weiwei Retrospective

by Nicholas Forrest • The Palazzo Strozzi in Florence will present Italy’s first major retrospective dedicated to Ai Weiwei. The exhibition will utilize the entire Renaissance Palace and will chart the artist’s practice from the 1980s to the present day.

Performing arts – UK

Curator’s Picks: A Century of War Movies at Imperial War Museum London

by Samuel Spencer • The latest exhibition at London’s Imperial War Museum celebrates a century of war films.

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.

Travel/ ideas – Berlin

9 of Berlin’s Best Summer 2016 Events

by Low Lai Chow • Culture+Travel takes a look at nine of the top summer art events to look forward to.

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