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Visual arts – Germany

The Art of Van Gogh’s Insanity in Amsterdam

by Nicholas Forrest • “On the Verge of Insanity” at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam is the first exhibition to focus specifically on Van Gogh’s mental illness.
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Tiny Masterpieces: Hermitage Museum Explores Japanese Netsuke

by Samuel Spencer • Saint sburg’s Hermitage Museum explores the uniquely Japanese history of netsuke in a new exhibition that will run from July 23 through October 16.
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Agnes Husslein-Arco on her Illustrious Belvedere Reign

by Nicholas Forrest • In 2017, Agnes Husslein-Arco will celebrate her 10th year as Director of Vienna’s Belvedere and 21er Haus.
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Visual arts – France

Dealers Notebook: Georges De Jonckheere on the 2016 Biennale des Antiquaires

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • First founded in Brussels in 1976 and specializing in Flemish painting, the De Jonckheere gallery has participated in each Biennale des Antiquaires over the past 40 years.
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Visual arts – Germany

From Goya to Grosz: Salzburg Show Explores the Art of Satire

by Lisa Contag • Satirical drawings from Francisco de Goya to George Grosz, and from William Hogarth to Honoré de Daumier, are among the highlights of the new show at Salzburg’s Museum der Moderne this month.
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Visual arts – UK

Rembrandt Self-Portraits and Ai Weiwei Selfies Showcased in Edinburgh

by Samuel Spencer • The latest exhibition at Edinburgh’s Scottish National Portrait Gallery looks at the history of artists creating images of themselves, from the self-portraits of Rembrandt and Warhol's snapshots to the selfies of Ai Weiwei.
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Architecture & design – Germany

17 Le Corbusier Sites Now on UNESCO World Heritage List

by Lisa Contag • Le Corbusier’s architectural work has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
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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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