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Thursday, July 14, 2016

Visual arts – UK

START Announces Lineup for 2016 Art Fair at Saatchi Gallery

by Samuel Spencer • London’s START art fair, which runs at the Saatchi Gallery from September 15-18, has announced its list of exhibitors for the 2016 edition.
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Visual arts – France

Dealer’s Notebook: Farideh Cadot, Rebel of the Art World

by Nicholas Forrest • Farideh Cadot is something of a legend in the art worlds of Paris and New York. The Paris-based gallerist, whose reputation as a rebel of the art world precedes her, this year completes 40 years in the business. But in true Cadot style, she is not celebrating this landmark moment in the usual way.
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Visual arts – International

Picasso's Works on Paper Drawn Together at Israel Museum

by Samuel Spencer • Some 300 works on paper by Picasso have been assembled for one of the largest ever surveys of the great Spanish artist’s draughtsmanship, exhibited at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem until November 19.
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Architecture & design – Netherlands

Thomas Widdershoven Resigns as Design Academy Eindhoven Creative Director

by Jana Perkovic • Thomas Widdershoven, creative director and chair of the executive board of Design Academy Eindhoven, has announced his resignation.
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Performing arts – UK

New Play ‘Cargo’ Stirs Controversy: London Theater Review

by Mark Beech • The warning sign by the Arcola Theatre, currently showing the world premiere of the new play “Cargo” by Tess Berry-Hart, is intriguing and encouraging. It reads: “Please note that this performance contains swearing, loud noises, prolonged periods of darkness, haze, and scenes of a sexual nature.”
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Lifestyle/ autos – International

Le Mans-Winning Jaguar at RM Sotheby’s May Set $14 Million-Plus Record for British Car

by Mark Beech • A Le Mans-winning Jaguar D-Type may sell for more than $14 million next month, setting a record for a British car at auction.
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Travel/ ideas – Germany

From Airport to People's Park: Tempelhofer Feld, Berlin

by Low Lai Chow • When the pre-World War II Tempelhof Airport ceased operations in 2008, its heart skipped a beat. Its pulse stopped. But just briefly. Not for long. In May 2010, the airfield surged back to life just two years later in the form of Tempelhof Feld, a revived grassy playground of sorts measuring nearly 400 hectares for the people to do whatever they like.
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For the Diary – UK

For the Diary: ‘Checkmate. Games of International Art from the Sixties to Now’ at Cortesi Gallery, London

by Maitreyee Bannerjee • “Checkmate. Games of International Art from the Sixties to Now” will feature works by Alberto Biasi, Alighiero Boetti, Agostino Bonalumi, Enrico Castellani, Tony Cragg, Piero Dorazio, Tano Festa, Joseph Kosuth, Heinz Mack, Giulio Paolini, Jesús-Rafael Soto, and Grazia Varisco.
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