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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 – London

Masterpiece London Art and Design Fair Bucks Brexit Blues

by Nicholas Forrest • The seventh edition of the Masterpiece London international fair for art and design, which took place at the Royal Hospital Chelsea, reported strong sales across all disciplines.
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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 – 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.”
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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/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.
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Travel/ ideas – France

The Resident: Dominique Chevalier’s Paris

by Gabrielle 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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For the Diary – UK

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

by Maitreyee Bannerjee • Cortesi Gallery will be opening a group exhibition at its London space from September 21.
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