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The State of the German Art Market, Giverny Photography Exhibition, and More

Monday, August 3, 2015

European Edition

Visual Arts - Germany

Opinion: With Cultural Protection Proposed, What Will Become of the German Art Market?

by Stefan Kobel • The German art market is fighting a sword of Damocles called “Kulturgueterschutz,” a new law proposed in the name of protecting the nation’s cultural property.

Visual Arts - France

See Claude Monet's Giverny Garden Through Five Different Lenses

by Jake Cgainero • In the exhibition “Photographing Monet's Gardens,” the Musée des Impressionnismes offers a view into the private sanctuary as it has never before been seen.

Visual Arts - Germany

Positions Berlin Art Fair Announces 2015 Exhibitors

by Nicholas Forrest • The POSITIONS BERLIN Art Fair has announced a list of 76 exhibitors from 16 countries for its second edition, taking place from September 17-20, 2015.

Visual Arts - UK

Darrell Hawkin's "Immaculate Confection" at The Saatchi Gallery

by Rachel Will • “Immaculate Confection: Works by Darrell Hawkins,” currently on view at The Saatchi Gallery, London through August 24, is the British painter’s latest solo exhibition with many works created for the occasion.

Visual Arts - UK

Rotraut “Let’s Dance” at 45 Park Lane in Mayfair

by Nicholas Forrest • “Let’s Dance” at 45 Park Lane, the Dorchester Collection’s contemporary Mayfair hotel, is the first solo exhibition in London in more than 50 years of German-born Arizona-based artist Rotraut.

Visual Arts - UK

“Situations Envisaged” Shows Legacy of UK Video Artist David Hall

by Rachel Will • David Hall’s (1937-2014) creative legacy as a pioneer of video art in the UK is currently being explored through his works in sculpture, video, and film at London’s Richard Saltoun Gallery in an exhibition titled “Situations Envisaged.”

Visual Arts - The Netherlands

Summer in the City: Top 5 Design Exhibitions in the Netherlands This Summer

by Jana Perkovic • BLOUIN ARTINFO has selected a list of the top five design exhibitions to catch if you venture into the Netherlands this summer.

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