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Wednesday, July 13, 2016

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Visual arts – France

The Centre Pompidou Announces Cy Twombly Retrospective

by Nicholas Forrest • The Centre Pompidou will present a retrospective of American artist Cy Twombly, bringing together works from public and private collections around the world.
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Visual arts – Switzerland

Alexander Calder Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition to Open in Switzerland

by Samuel Spencer • Monumental sculptures by Alexander Calder are making their Swiss debut in an outdoor sculpture exhibition set among the Alps.
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Visual arts – UK

Towner Art Gallery Shows New Side of David Bomberg

by Samuel Spencer • Eastbourne’s Towner Art Gallery shows landscape work by English painter David Bomberg. “A Sense of Place” comprises works that are a radical departure from the artist’s abstracts.
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Visual arts – Germany

Tino Sehgal Creates an Alternative Public Agora in Dresden

by Lisa Contag • When German national media report about the city of Dresden these days, it’s usually because of populist right-wing party AFD, which organizes demonstrations for their nationalist agenda in the city. Over the next six weeks, the focus may likely be dominated, or at least counteracted, by another crowd.
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Architecture & design – Germany

Yesterday’s Futures: Archigram and Future Systems Meet in Frankfurt

by Lisa Contag • At Alejandro Aravena’s Architecture Biennale currently on view in Venice, Deutsches Architekturmuseum (DAM) is “Reporting From the Front” with the curation of the German Pavilion — the first museum in Germany to be granted this honor. Meanwhile, back home in Frankfurt, the institution is celebrating the past.
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Performing arts/ music – International

5 Podcasts Every Art Lover Should Bookmark

by Gabrielle Lipton • Anyone who’s ever searched through the innumerable podcasts out there has likely discovered that shockingly few focus on the art world, let alone tick the boxes of being reliable and enjoyable. Here, are five that manage all these things, putting on the air the world’s top artists, curators, and creative minds.
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Lifestyle/ jewelry – France

Q&A: Cindy Chao at the Biennale des Antiquaires 2016

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • This year, the designer is participating for the first time in the Biennale des Antiquaires, only the second Asian jeweler to make the cut (Wallace Chan being the first). We talk to the elegant jewelry designer about her work and her planned showcase at the Biennale in Paris.
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Travel/ ideas – UK

London's The Taj Serves Up Afternoon Tea in Wonderland

by Low Lai Chow • At St. James' Court and Taj 51 Buckingham Gate Suites and Residences, there is an eclectic afternoon tea set themed on the wondrous classic “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.”
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