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Thursday, October 12, 2017
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Visual Arts

Top Must-Visit Art Shows in Berlin this Week: Bauhaus to Chagall

This week the art galleries and museums in Berlin are presenting a number of exhibitions worth visiting. Here is our pick of the best visual art shows to see this week in Berlin.  —  by Blouin Artinfo
Visual Arts

"Gauguin The Alchimist" At Galeries Nationales Du Grand Palais, Paris

Galeries Nationales Du Grand Palais presents its autumn special exhibition “Gauguin The Alchimist” in Paris.  —  by Blouin Artinfo
Visual Arts

"Play Time" By Damián Ortega at White Cube Gallery, London

White Cube presents “Play Time,” a major exhibition showcasing the new works of Damián Ortega at Bermondsey.  —  by Blouin Artinfo

Auction Preview: Christie’s Swiss Art, Zurich, October 17

Christie’s Swiss Art Sale to be held in Zurich on October 17.  —  by Blouin Artinfo
Architecture and Design

Emerging Talents at Amman Design Week

The second edition of Amman Design Week (ADW) is being held at The Hangar through October 14, 2017, providing a platform to many emerging talents from the region.  —  by Blouin Artinfo
Architecture and Design

Elizabeth de Portzamparc completes the Musée de la Romanité in Nîmes

The Musée de la Romanité in Nîmes, in marked contrast with the neighboring Roman amphitheatre’s stone arches, unveils its unique façade facing the Arenas of Nîmes. The museum is set to open in 2018.  —  by Blouin Artinfo
Performing Arts

Hammer’s House of Horrors at Hoxton Hall

Hammer was synonymous with horror in the 1960s and 70s and fans can now relive those times with “Hammer House of Horror Live: The Soulless Ones”, which is on at Hoxton Hall, London, until 31 October.   —  by Blouin Artinfo
Performing Arts

"Poltergeist" at Prince Charles Cinema, London

The 1982 supernatural horror film by Tobe Hooper “Poltergeist” will be screened at Prince Charles Cinema in London.  —  by Blouin Artinfo
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