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Tuesday, July 12, 2016

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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.” The exhibition, which runs through August 24, is entitled “Daydreaming with Stanley Kubrick.”

Visual arts – UK

Helena Newman Appointed Chairman of Sotheby’s Europe

by Nicholas Forrest • Sotheby’s has announced the appointment of Helena Newman as Chairman of Sotheby’s Europe. Newman will take on the role in addition to her current position as the worldwide co-Head of Impressionist and Modern Art, a department she leads along with New York-based Simon Shaw.

Visual arts – Germany

Kokoschka's Drawings for “The Magic Flute” on View in Hamburg

by Lisa Contag • Hamburg Museum für Angwandte Kunst (MKG) is reminiscing the past with an exhibition of chalk drawings for stage sets and costume designs by Austrian painter Oskar Kokoschka.

Visual arts – Denmark

The Genius of the Adolescent Picasso at the Louisiana, Denmark

by Nicholas Forrest • The exhibition features 28 of the artist’s earliest works, all drawn from the collection of the Museu Picasso in Barcelona, which is the custodian of a number of the few surviving drawings from the initial period of Picasso’s career.

Performing arts – UK

Stevie Wonder Laments US Gun Horror, Mumfords Go African at BST London

by Mark Beech • Stevie Wonder lamented recent gun violence and played for almost four hours, Mumford & Sons flirted with African music, and Take That proved that boy bands as middle aged men can still please a crowd of 65,000 people. The very different headliners from the BST music festival in London’s Hyde Park encapsulate an event which aims to be all things to all listeners.

Performing arts – Germany

Hartmut Haenchen to Replace Andris Nelsons at Bayreuth Festival

by Lisa Contag • With two weeks to go before the Bayreuth premiere of “Parsifal,” German conductor Hartmut Haenchen has been named the replacement to Latvian star Andris Nelsons, who abruptly resigned.

Lifestyle/auctions - France

Francois Tajan of Artcurial Talks Luxury at Auction, Upcoming Sales

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • As Artcurial gets ready to hold its annual sale devoted to luxury items in Monte-Carlo on July 18‑21, Blouin Artinfo meets its Deputy Chairman, Francois Tajan, to discuss the state of the market for luxury items and the French auction house’s sales and expansion plans.

Travel/ ideas – France

The Resident: Dominique Chevalier’s Paris

by Gabriella Lipton • As President of the Syndicat National des Antiquaires and founder of Paris’s tapestry gallery, Galerie Chevalier, Dominique Chevalier has an expert eye, which he lends this year to the Biennale des Antiquaires (September 10–18) as a member of its directorial committee. His knowledge of the city’s landscape makes him an ideal guide.

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