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Garage MCA’s Innovative Inclusive Art Exhibition in Moscow

by Nicholas Forrest • “Co-thinkers” at the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art in Moscow is the first in a series of projects aiming to expand on “the notion of inclusion in an art institution.
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Visual arts – UK

Mark Wallinger Installs Giant Mirror, New Sculpture in Freud Museum London

by Samuel Spencer • As part of a long-running series of artist commissions at London’s Freud Museum, Turner Prize-winning artist Mark Wallinger has created a new permanent sculpture for the museum’s garden.
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Visual arts – 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.
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Visual arts – 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.
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Visual arts – 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.
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Architecture & design – germany

Funky Guns and Sexy Grenades? Frankfurt Show Explores War Aesthetics in Design

by Lisa Contag • A new exhibition at Frankfurt’s Museum of Applied Arts – MAK investigates how deeply engrained contemporary (Western) culture is with the aesthetics of war and military symbols, from fashion to industrial design and visual media.
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Architecture & design – Middle East

Datebook: Cutting Edge Designs at Dubai Design Week 2016

by Blouin Artinfo • The Dubai Design Week returns from October 24-29, 2016.
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Travel Guide: Yorkshire Sculpture Park | What to See, Where to Stay

by Samuel Spencer • Read through our guide for everything you need to plan the perfect trip to this gem of Northern England’s art scene.
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