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Visual art - UK

European Migration Crisis Mirrored in London Art Show

by Mark Beech • As artists across Europe react to the refugee crisis, the latest to join is Barthélémy Toguo with his “Migrant” installation.

Art and design - UK

Curator Kate Goodwin on Heatherwick Studio

by Darryl Wee • British designers such as Thomas Heatherwick lead the world, says Kate Goodwin, of the Royal Academy of Arts, as a show by his studio opens in Hong Kong.

Visual art – UK

Interview: Gallerist Stephane Custot on the Allure of Dubai

by Nicholas Forrest • Stephane Custot of Waddington Custot Galleries sets out his vision as before the launch of a new space in Dubai.

Visual art – France

Dealer’s Notebook: Q&A with Gallerist Agnès Monplaisir

by Nicholas Forrest • Parisian gallerist and collector Agnès Monplaisir looks back over decades in the business, and looks forward to Art Rio 2015.

Visual art - UK

Dusseldorf School, German Industrial Cool at Ben Brown

by Michael Prodger • German industrial cool and the Dusseldorf School of photography get their day in the sunlight at Ben Brown, London.

Art and design - France

Wonmin Park's HAZE Series at Carpenters Workshop

by Jana Perkovic • Revolutionary furniture made of resin is on display at Carpenters Workshop – made in the gallery’s own research center by designer Wonmin Park.

Visual art - UK

Jonathan Lux “A smile from across the room” in London

by Nicholas Forrest • Jonathan Lux turned ideas sketched in notebooks during daily train journeys into “A Smile From Across the Room” at Marlborough Fine Art.

Art and design – UK

The Legacy of Gego at Dominique Lévy

by Jana Perkovic • The world gets another chance to appraise abstract artist Gego with a new book and Dominique Lévy events in UK and US.

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