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Tate Announces 2016 Shows, Philip Mould on "Fake or Fortune?", and More

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

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Visual Arts - UK

Bacon, O’Keeffe, Rauschenberg Headline Tate’s 2016 Program

by Nicholas Forrest • Britain’s Tate has revealed highlights of its 2016 exhibition program, announcing major exhibitions devoted to some of the most important artists of the 20th century including Francis Bacon, Georgia O’Keefe, Robert Rauschenberg, and Paul Nash.

Visual Arts - UK

Art Sleuth Philip Mould on TV Phenomenon “Fake or Fortune?”

by Nicholas Forrest • The fourth series of BBC1’s “Fake or Fortune?,” a groundbreaking art detective television program headlined by celebrated art sleuth Philip Mould OBE and BBC news anchor Fiona Bruce, has cemented its place in television history with record-breaking viewing numbers.

Visual Arts - France

Paris’s Centre Pompidou-Metz Heads Underground with Warhol

by Nicholas Forrest • If you thought you knew everything there was to know about Andy Warhol, the undisputed high priest of Pop art, the exhibition “Warhol Underground” at the Centre Pompidou-Metz in Paris might just change your mind.

Visual Arts - France

Dealer's Notebook: Q&A with Lorenzo Fiaschi of Galleria Continua

by Rachel Will • A Q&A with Lorenze Fiaschi, a founder of Galleria Continua, on the eve of the multinational gallery's 25th anniversary.

Visual Arts - UK

Which British Artist Will Feature on the Next £20 Banknote?

by Nicholas Forrest • The Bank of England (BoE) has revealed a list of visual artists eligible to be selected to be featured on the next £20 banknote, which the BoE announced in May would celebrate Britain’s achievements in the visual arts.

Visual Arts - UK

Chun Kwang Young’s "Aggregations" Draws on Details at Dovecot Gallery

by Rachel Will • From its smallest unit of Polystyrene, hand-wrapped in Korean mulberry paper or hanji, to its massive realization that appears akin to a pitted asteroid, Chun Kwang Young's work is a meditative study in details.

Architecture & Design - UK

"Everything is Architecture: Bau Magazine from the 60s and 70s" at ICA

by Jana Perkovic • The Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) in London presents the first significant British exhibition of the influential Viennese architectural magazine Bau (“building”), published by the Central Association of Austrian Architects (Zentralvereinigung der Architekten Österreichs).

Visual Arts - France

Artcurial Sells $11.3 million of Luxury Collectables

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • Artcurial’s three-day summer sale in MonteCarlo bought in $11.3 million (€10,379,554), led by its jewelry category which realized $7.7 million.

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