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Visual Art – UK

Francisco de Zurbarán Masterpieces to be Exhibited in the US

by Nicholas Forrest • Auckland Castle in County Durham is sending a major group of paintings by the 17th-century Spanish master Francisco de Zurbarán to the US for the first time, to be studied and exhibited while the Castle undergoes a multimillion-pound refurbishment.
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VISUAL ARTS — GERMANY

Yayoi Kusama Illustrations Redefine ‘The Little Mermaid’

by Nicholas Forrest • Denmark’s Louisiana Museum of Modern Art has launched a new edition of Danish author Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Little Mermaid” (1837) with illustrations by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama.
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VISUAL ARTS — FRANCE

JR’s Epic Rio Olympics Installations Turn Athletes Into Art

by Nicholas Forrest • French street artist JR has initiated his own unique celebration of the Rio Olympics in conjunction with his Inside Out Project.
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VISUAL ARTS — UK

Da Vinci Drawings, Ai Weiwei Selfies: 10 Exhibitions to See in the UK This Week (August 8-14)

by Samuel Spencer • Fantastic art thrown in the mix. Fortunately, galleries and museums across the UK have got you covered.
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ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN – MIDDLE EAST

Datebook: Cutting Edge Designs at Dubai Design Week 2016

by Blouin Artinfo • Dubai Design Week aims to "support UAE-based design talent and celebrate the city’s forward-thinking approach to urban enterprise.
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ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN–INTERNATIONAL

Contemporary Artists Reimagine the Vase at Ireland's National Craft Gallery

by Samuel Spencer • A new exhibition seeks to provide a different view of vases. Nearly 30 ceramicists from around the world reconsider the object in “Vase: Function Reviewed,” which runs until November 6 at Kilkenny’s National Craft Gallery.
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PERFORMING ARTS –INTERNATIONAL

6 Most Anticipated Albums: Springsteen, Sting, Spears

by Mark Beech • This year is shaping up to be an impressive one for rock albums, with titles by Beyoncé, Radiohead, Paul Simon, and the late David Bowie among those to win acclaim so far.
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LIFESTYLE–INTERNATIONAL

RM Sotheby’s Assembles $5.5 Million Aston Martin ‘Holy Trinity’ of DB4s

by Mark Beech • RM Sotheby’s is to offer what it calls a “holy trifecta” of Aston Martin DB4s for its 10th-anniversary London sale.
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