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Christian Boltanski's Bells, Heartbeats, and Phantoms; Brighton Launches World's Tallest Moving Observation Tower; Yorkshire Sculpture Park and mo

Sunday, August 14,2016

Sunday Europe


Christian Boltanski’s Bells, Heartbeats, and Phantoms at Jupiter Artland

by Samuel Spencer • Museum of the Year nominee Jupiter Artland has recently opened its summer program, including a new permanent installation.


Betye Saar’s ‘Uneasy Dancer’ at Fondazione Prada in Milan

by Nicholas Forrest • “Uneasy Dancer” will be the first exhibition in Italy of the American artist, who is best known for challenging stereotypes of race and culture through her evocative assemblages of found objects and personal memorabilia.


Garage MCA’s Innovative Inclusive Art Exhibition in Moscow

by Nicholas Forrest • The showcase of works by top contemporary artists is curated by Elena Fedoseeva, Evgeny Lyapin, Elizaveta Morozova, and Polina Sineva, who collaborated with a team of Garage curators to develop the exhibition’s mediation and design.


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.


Brighton Launches World’s Tallest Moving Observation Tower by Marks Barfield Architects

by Lisa Contag • The aim of the project is to give people a new experience of Brighton and Hove, promote regeneration of the seafront, and to provide an attraction which reflects the public appeal and spirit of the original West Pier in the 21st century.


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.


Harry Potter Gold Hunt as First Edition May Sell for $26,000 at Bonhams

by Mark Beech • A first edition of J.K. Rowling’s opening novel “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” may sell for as much as $26,000 at Bonhams in London.


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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