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ARTS & CULTURE
Friday, July 15, 2016

Europe Edition


Visual arts – UK

Sotheby’s to Unveil David Bowie’s Personal Art Collection

by Nicholas Forrest • David Bowie’s personal art collection will be unveiled for the first time in an exhibition at Sotheby’s New Bond Street galleries in London from November 1-10. The exhibition precedes the three-part “Bowie/Collector” sale of around 400 items from the singer's private collection.
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Visual arts – Germany

Julius von Bismarck Awarded 2017 Kunstpreis der Stadt Wolfsburg

by Lisa Contag • Berlin artist Julius von Bismarck has been awarded the 2017 Kunstpreis der Stadt Wolfsburg (art award of the city of Wolfsburg) worth € 80,000 (c. $ 88,904).
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Visual arts – Denmark

Robert Mapplethorpe’s Images of Sex, Stamens, Self, and Celebrity at ARoS

by Samuel Spencer • In the year that would have marked his 70th birthday, Denmark’s ARoS showcases images from the oeuvre of Robert Mapplethorpe in an exhibition that runs until October 30, closing a week before his birthday on November 4.
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Visual arts - Austria

Ai Weiwei’s Acts of Artistic Activism at 21er Haus in Vienna

by Nicholas Forrest • “translocation – transformation” at the 21er Haus in Vienna is the first solo exhibition in Austria by Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei.
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Visual arts – France

Yan Pei Ming Comes to Sète’s CRAC Languedoc-Roussillon

by Darryl Wee • Celebrated Chinese painter Yan Pei Ming is currently having a solo exhibition at the Centre régional d’art contemporain (CRAC) in Sète, France, celebrating the 350th anniversary of the founding of the city’s harbor.
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Visual arts - Switzerland

Montreux Jazz Festival Dreams to Collaborate with Banksy

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • For Mathieu Jaton, CEO of the Montreux Jazz Festival, having Banksy create the poster for the 51st edition would be a dream come true.
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Architecture & design – UK

London Garden Bridge Developers Press on as Mayor Hits Pause

by Jana Perkovic • London mayor Sadiq Khan says that he has frozen the building of Garden Bridge in London, to ensure that no more public money is committed for the project. The Garden Bridge Trust responded by saying it would pay for all the work at Temple tube station and it was pushing on “full steam ahead.”
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Travel/ ideas – Germany

Summer in the City: 5 Berlin Museums to Visit With Kids

by Lisa Contag • With its wealth of parks, lakes and inner-city playgrounds, Berlin is fun to visit with kids in summer. And there’s lots of cultural offerings, too. Many museums have dedicated programs and activities for families with children. Here’s a selection.
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