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Top 2016 Galleries; Another Banksy Work Unceremoniously Removed; Bordeaux, Tuscany, Riesling at Auctionata, Berlin and more....

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

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Another Banksy Work Unceremoniously Removed, Wolfgang Tillmans and Tom Sachs Appear on Frank Ocean Releases, and More

by Taylor Dafoe • A well-known Banksy artwork in Cheltenham, England, depicting three Cold War-era spies listening in on a phone booth, has been removed.

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Top Galleries of 2016: Tanya Leighton

by Modern Painters • It’s an incredible international community comprising brilliant young artists, writers, curators, and gallerist friends.


Independent Curators International Makes its Way to the Philippines

by Claire Bouchara • The New York-based initiative Independent Curators International (ICI) will launch its next Curatorial Intensive in Manila for the first time.


Top Galleries of 2016: Sadie Coles HQ

by Modern Painters • Since founding her gallery in 1997 and making a name as a notable supporter of the YBAs, Sadie Coles has been a stalwart on the London art scene with her Mayfair and Soho spaces.


Strictly Timber: Meet Hungarian Project Village Hello Wood

by Lisa Contag • Since 2010 the Hungarian “Hello Wood” Project has been living up to this philosophy with remarkable results.


The Broadway Con: An Agent Joins a Roster of Shady Characters

by Patrick Pacheco • When a one-time theater agent was recently arrested for fraud — he allegedly bilked gullible investors of $165,000 for a non-existent play — the parallels to Mel Brooks’s “The Producers” were irresistible.

Performing Arts –FRANCE

Datebook: ‘La Grande Sortie’ at Lehmann Maupin

by Blouin Artinfo • “La Grande Sortie,” at Lehmann Maupin in New York from September 7 through October 23, is Los Angeles–based artist and filmmaker Alex Prager's third solo exhibition at the gallery.


Datebook: Bordeaux, Tuscany, Riesling at Auctionata, Berlin

by Blouin Artinfo • An exquisite selection of rare wines from renowned wine estates. A delight for wine collectors and enthusiasts. Among the ensemble of wines are also some younger vintages.

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