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Sneak Peek: Ai Weiwei at London’s Royal Academy of Arts

by Nicholas Forrest • We look at the London Royal Academy’s Ai Weiwei retrospective, which comes after the return of the artist’s passport.
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Visual art – France

Artists Ask Visitors to Raid Their Work at Paris Monnaie

by Jake Cigainero • “Do not touch” is a museum’s most repeated phrase. Now La Monnaie de Paris encourages visitors not just to touch but to take the art home.
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Jewelry - UK

The Artist as Jeweler: Niki de Saint Phalle at Louisa Guinness Gallery

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • The Louisa Guinness Gallery is showing Niki de Saint Phalle in a new light. Rather than her Nanas sculptures, it’s her jewelry that’s on display.
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Visual art – UK

Review: Pop Art Moves Beyond Male America at Tate Modern

by Michael Prodger • Pop Art is usually defined as Anglo-American, male and consumerist. The Tate is celebrating Pop that embraces women, politics and other nations.
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Jewelry – France

Sotheby’s To Offer $35-55 million Blue Moon Diamond in Geneva Nov 11

by Blouin Artinfo • Sotheby’s will offer the 12.03 carat Blue Moon Diamond in Geneva in November with an estimate of as much as $55 million.
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Performing art – Italy

Debut Performance “Atlante del gesto” at Fondazione Prada

by Rachel Will • The Rem Koolhaas-designed Fondazione Prada meets its creative match in its debut performing-arts project “Atlas of Gesture.”
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