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Tuesday, August 16, 2016

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VISUAL ARTS —FRANCE

French Artist JR Erects Moon Studio on Casa Amarela in Rio

by Nicholas Forrest • French street artist JR is erecting a new inhabitable sculptural installation on the roof of the Casa Amarela (Yellow House) social, cultural, and educational center in Rio.
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Visual Art – UK

David Hockney Drawings, Turner Returns to Tate: 10 Exhibitions to See in the UK This Week (Aug 15-21)

by Samuel Spencer • there are a few diamonds amongst the August sand. From da Vinci and Rembrandt’s gardens to early David Hockney drawings, explore the best of the week and beyond.
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VISUAL ARTS — FRANCE

Datebook: Revisiting the Works of Josef Sudek

by Blouin Artinfo • The photographer’s fascination with light and its absence have given rise to some of the most poignant photographs of the century.
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VISUAL ARTS — UK

David Hockney Makes Exhibition Debut in Northern Ireland

by Samuel Spencer • Despite being one of Britain’s most beloved artists, who has been exhibiting internationally since the days of his 1960s pool and Pop pictures, David Hockney has never had a significant exhibition in Northern Ireland.
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PERFORMING ARTS –INTERNATIONAL

‘Frozen’ and ‘Harry Potter’: Behemoths on the Way to Broadway

by Patrick Pacheco • One is already a dramatic blockbuster in London; the other is a musical blockbuster in the making. There are no sure bets in the theater, but the stage adaptations of “Harry Potter” and “Frozen” are two that you can take to the bank.
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PERFORMING ARTS — UK

Review: Fairport Convention – A Band You Must Hear

by Mark Beech • If you recognize the name Fairport Convention, you may know that it is one of the most acclaimed folk-rock bands of all time. If you don’t know of the veteran British group, going since the 1960s, it’s time to catch up.
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TRAVEL —GERMANY

Longo, Avedon, Rauschenberg: St Moritz Puts Focus on American Artists

by Lisa Contag • This year, the focus of the glitzy ten day get-together is on American Art. Here’s what visitors can discover on their art walk 2016.
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