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Must-See London Stage: Hamlet to Beckham via Electra

by Mark Beech • There’s more to the best West End stage shows than Benedict Cumberbatch’s Hamlet, including an outstanding performance by Denise Gough, and also Electra, Carole King, and David Beckham.
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Olafur Eliasson Aims to Crowdfund Artsy Solar Phone Charger

by Nicholas Forrest • Icelandic-Danish artist Olafur Eliasson launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the production of Little Sun, a high-performance solar phone charger designed in collaboration with engineer Frederik Ottesen.
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Unique Maserati Boomerang Fetches €3.3 million at Bonhams’ Chantilly Auction

by Blouin Artinfo France • A unique Maserati Boomerang sold for €3.3 million at the first Bonhams auction at the Chantilly Arts & Elegance Concours d’Elegance.
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Visual Arts - Germany

Khvay Samnang Unearths Colonial Past in Berlin Show

by Natalia Masewicz • Khvay Samnang, one of Cambodia’s most promising contemporary artists, has brought his work referencing Germany’s wartime role to Berlin. “Footprints of Yantra Man” is a sort of memorial to Cambodian soldiers.
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Visual arts – France

Exhibition Examines Migrants' Dreams Amid Euro Crisis

by Jake Cigainero • In the inaugural exhibition "Rêve Brise?" ("Broken Dream?") at La Maison M, in the Paris suburb Saint Denis, six artists react to migrant hopes amid Europe’s refugee crisis.
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Visual Arts – UK

Ben Uri Brings 100 Years of History to Somerset House

by Michael Prodger • The Ben Uri Society, founded in Whitechapel in the East End of London to help immigrant Jewish artists show their work, is marking its centenary with an exhibition at Somerset House that mixes horror, humor and beauty.
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Visual Arts – UK

Whitechapel Showcases Arab Art from the Barjeel Collection

by Nicholas Forrest • The story of Arab art from the modern to the contemporary is being told at London’s Whitechapel Gallery in shows highlighting works from the Barjeel Art Foundation’s diverse and extensive collection.
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Design – Germany/ Austria

5 Architecture, Design Events to See at Vienna Biennale

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