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Katrín Sigurðardóttir’s Beguiling Grotto at Parasol Unit

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Industrial Visionaries: In Conversation with Knud Hansen of Carl Hansen & Søn

by Jana Perkovic • Carl Hansen & Søn has been slowly transforming from a furniture manufacturer to a safekeeper of the legacy of Danish Modern.
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Architecture & Design - France

Piasa To Auction George Nakashima's Outstanding Designs

by Jana Perkovic • Almost 65 important works by American designer George Nakashima have been selected by Piasa to appear in an exclusive, monographic sale.
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Review: Bare Chests, Breasts, and Boos in the Royal Opera’s “Guillaume Tell”

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Performing Arts - Germany

New Conductors Announced for Berliner Philharmoniker and the Bayreuth Festival

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Frederiksen Collection of Prewar Vehicles to Go Under Hammer in Denmark

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