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Saturday, July 23, 2016

Saturday Europe

Visual arts – France

Dealer's Notebook: Corinne Kevorkian of Galerie Kevorkian

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • fter a long reflection, Corinne Kevorkian finally decided to join her family’s business in 2005 ((website says 2006 and that was the first time at the Biennale?)). “I really wanted to be certain that I wanted to be part of the history [of the gallery] that started with my grandfather at the turn of the 20th-century,” she explains.

Visual arts – Germany

German Auction House Lempertz Announces Ellsworth Kelly Exhibition for Fall

by Lisa Contag • German auction house Lempertz will show a selling exhibition dedicated to Ellsworth Kelly in Berlin this fall.

Visual arts – UK

Irma Stern Masterpieces Lead Bonhams South African Sale

by Nicholas Forrest • Two of South African artist Irma Stern’s most important paintings will lead the Bonhams South African Art sale in London on September 14.

Visual arts – Germany

Kupferstichkabinett Shows Stunning Etchings by José de Ribera

by Lisa Contag • Kupferstichkabinett Berlin is putting a spotlight on etchings by Spanish painter José de Ribera (1591-1652).

Architecture & design – France

Frank Gehry’s Whimsical Fish Lamps at Gagosian Gallery Rome

by Nicholas Forrest • “Frank Gehry: Fish Lamps” at Gagosian Gallery in Rome is an exhibition of the renowned architect’s playful and dynamic light sculptures.

Performing arts – UK

Fledermaus at Opera Holland Park Has Star Soprano, Struggles With Magic: Review

by Warwick Thompson • The conducting sparkles like a fountain of diamonds. There’s a superstar performance by young soprano Jennifer France as a naughty chambermaid.

Lifestyle/ Jewelry – SEA

Christie's François Curiel on the Market for Colored Diamonds and Other Precious Stones

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • In May, the Oppenheimer Blue diamond, the largest fancy vivid blue diamond to come to auction, brought $57.5 million at Christie’s in Geneva, exceeding its estimate of $38.9 million to $46.1 million by a wide margin.

For the Diary

For the Diary: Exhibition of Eugen Gabritschevsky and Nicolas Darrot’s Work at La Maison Rouge

by Atrayee Sengupta • Individual exhibitions featuring the artworks of Eugen Gabritchevsky and Nicolas Darrot will be on display from July 8 at La Maison Rouge.

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