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Cars – UK

Ferrari Leads Diana Dors Maserati at RM Sotheby’s $25.4 Million Sale

by Mark Beech • Ferraris led the RM Sotheby’s annual London sale which raised £16.67 million ($25.4 million). A Maserati Mistral 3.7 Spyder once owned by late actress Diana Dors sold for £526,400.

Art and design – Germany

The Innovator: Interview with David Belt of Macro Sea

by Jana Perkovic • David Belt, the head of New York based Macro Sea, sets out his vision for urban development as his company unveils its new project, the G27 Global Institute in Berlin.

Visual art – UK

Hilfiger and Deitch Curate “Rock Style” at Sotheby’s Gallery

by Nicholas Forrest • Sotheby’s S2 Gallery in London is presenting an exhibition curated by fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger and Jeffrey Deitch that celebrates the links between fashion, music, and photography.

Visual art – France

What to See at the 2015 Docks Art Fair in Lyon

by Nicholas Forrest • Our guide to what places and works to see and things to do at the biennial boutique Docks Art Fair in Lyon.

Visual art – UK

Hans Feurer Exposes Calendar Girls at Mead Carney

by Mark Beech • Swiss photographer Hans Feurer made his name with fashion and glamor photography: sometimes provocative, usually sexy and always stylish. Now he gets a retrospective at Mead Carney in London.

Art and design – France

Artketing: Lalique Gives Crystal Treatment to Yves Klein’s Blue Globe

by Blouin Artinfo • Yves Klein’s 1957 model globe in his signature IKB (International Klein Blue) color has now been recreated in crystal thanks to a collaboration between his estate and the French crystal-maker Lalique.

Visual art – UK

Royal Academy Club Gets Makeover From Brudnizki

by Mark Beech • One of London’s private clubs, in the Royal Academy of Arts, has reopened after a makeover by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio.

Visual art- UK

Kalliopi Lemos Wins 2015 Borusan Contemporary Art Collection Prize

by Nicholas Forrest • London-based Greek artist Kalliopi Lemos has won the Borusan Contemporary Art Collection Prize for 2015. The award was created to fund the acquisition of an artwork exhibited at the Moving Image Istanbul art fair.

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