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Sunday, July 17, 2016

Sunday Europe

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Architecture & design – International

5 Best New Museum Buildings Completed in 2016

by Jana Perkovic • With the first six months of 2016 behind us, it is time to look at how the architecture of the year is taking shape.

Travel/ ideas – UK

London's Top 5 Hidden Parks

by Robert Michael Poole • Escaping urban stress has never been too much of a challenge for Londoners. Green spaces are sprinkled throughout the city, ranging from royal parks to private courtyards (Kensington and Chelsea alone have more than 100 squares, many for residents only), not to mention the enormous 320-hectare (790-acre) Hampstead Heath.

For the Diary – UK

For the Diary: Catherine Goodman's Landscapes and Figures at Marlborough Fine Art, London

by Maitreyee Bannerjee • Catherine Goodman will open an exhibition of her recent paintings of landscapes and figures at Marlborough Fine Art, London starting on November 18.

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