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Armada Portrait of Elizabeth; Emin, Hodgkin, Shrigley Produce Prints for Rio Olympics; Prickly Pineapple Politics in Art and more...

Sunday,August 7,2016

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Visual Art – UK

Emin, Hodgkin, Shrigley Produce Prints for Rio Olympics

by Samuel Spencer • British artists including Tracey Emin, Howard Hodgkin, and David Shrigley have been commissioned for a portfolio of prints inspired by Team GB and the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, which are available at Counter Editions from today.

Visual Art – UK

The Best of the Year’s Illuminating Illustrations Come to Somerset House

by Samuel Spencer • Somerset House brings together 50 of the year’s best illustrations for the 40th year of the World Illustration Awards, on display at its Embankment Galleries from August 1-29.

Visual Art – UK

Armada Portrait of Elizabeth I Saved for the British Nation

by Nicholas Forrest • The “Armada Portrait of Elizabeth I,” which was sold by the descendants of Sir Francis Drake, has been saved for the British nation thanks to a fundraising campaign by the Art Fund and Royal Museums Greenwich.

Visual Art – UK

Prickly Pineapple Politics in Art at Tiwani Contemporary

by Nicholas Forrest • “The Pineapple Show” at Tiwani Contemporary in London is a group exhibition that brings together 10 contemporary African artists from Nigeria, Kenya, and the United States who have produced works in a variety of media including painting, sculpture, video, photography, and performance.

Visual Art – Middle East

Datebook: Contemporary Istanbul Art Fair Returns in November

by Blouin Artinfo • Returning for its 11th edition, Turkey’s leading art fair Contemporary Istanbul will take place from November 3-6, with a preview day on November 2, at the Istanbul Congress Centre and Istanbul Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Performing Arts – UK

Artists Print Posters for Classic Films at Somerset House

by Samuel Spencer • Somerset House has premiered another series of new posters of classic films in the exhibition “Summer Screen Prints,” which runs at the venue until August 17.


Ron Arad’s Daring Designs at Ben Brown Fine Arts

by Nicholas Forrest • London’s Ben Brown Fine Arts is presenting its first solo exhibition of the iconic London-based Israeli designer, architect, and artist Ron Arad, who is best known for the fluid, undulating forms of his furniture designs such as the “Well-Tempered Chair” and the “Bookworm” bookshelf.

For the Diary – Germany

For the Diary: Museum Ludwig Celebrates 40 Years

by Atrayee Sengupta • Museum Ludwig is celebrating its 40th anniversary with an exhibition from August 27, titled “We Call It Ludwig” and featuring 25 artists and artist collectives.

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