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Paris gets to see Florentine portraits, Yayoi Kusama gets a retrospective, Rotterdam gets a temporary fashion museum.. the Krays film and more..


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Visual art – France

Marmottan Enchanted by Villa Flora Impressionist Art

by Nathalie Mandel • The Marmottan brings to France for the first time the Hahnloser collection from Winterthur, rich in Impressionists such as Cezanne and Bonnard.

Performing art – UK

Tom Hardy Shines as Kray Movie Mixes Glamor, Violence

by Mark Beech • Tom Hardy turns in a strong performance as both Kray twins, Britain’s notorious gangsters, in what is otherwise a flawed movie.

Visual art – Denmark

Yayoi Kusama’s Cosmic “In Infinity” Retrospective in Denmark

by Nicholas Forrest • Japan’s Yayoi Kusama has her first retrospective in Scandinavia, with a show rich in psychedelia, dots and visual-art jokes.

Art and design – Netherlands

Temporary Fashion Museum Opens in the Netherlands

by Jana Perkovic • Sexy dresses jostle with sharp suits at Rotterdam’s Het Nieuwe Instituut, which is being temporarily transformed into a fashion museum.

Visual art – France

Florentine Portraits Impress at Jacquemart-André

by Nathalie Mandel • France has a taste of how the elite in Florence used portraiture to enhance their social status, with a major display at the Jacquemart-André Museum.

Jewelry – France

The Designer as Jeweler: Cédric Ragot at Galerie MiniMASTERPIECE

by Rachel Will • Designer Cédric Ragot , who died in March, was known for everything for furniture to tableware. MiniMASTERPIECE displays his jewelry in tribute

Performing arts - UK

Decoding the Phantasmagoria of Wayne McGregor’s “Tree of Codes”

by Blouin Artinfo • Wayne McGregor’s “Tree of Codes,” with dancers from the Paris Opera Ballet and a score composed by Jamie XX, starts a tour of New York, London and Paris.

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