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New Tate Modern to Open in June 2016; Visitors at Record

by Mark Beech • The Tate set a date of June 17, 2016, for its revamped Southbank gallery, and said children will get the first view inside.
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Ericka Beckman on Filmmaking, Gameplay, and Her Berlin Show

by Nicholas Forrest • New York-based Ericka Beckman talks about her career, from punk to “Gameplay” movies.
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‘Kinky Boots’ Bring High-Heeled Kick to London Stage: Review

by Mark Beech • The Broadway musical makes it home to London with high drama, huge hearts and size-12 songs.
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Piasa to Auction Top Scandinavian Design in Paris

by Jana Perkovic • A Goatskin sofa and a stone table are among highlights of a specialist sale of leading Nordic makers.
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Munch’s Woodcut Echoing ‘The Scream’ for Sale at Sotheby’s

by Mark Beech • Coming to auction: Munch’s “The Girls on the Bridge,” a work that recalls the artist’s most famous image.
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Visual art - Italy

The Divine Beauty of Modern Religious Art at Palazzo Strozzi

by Nicholas Forrest • Links between art and religion are explored in a Florence exhibition that ranges from Van Gogh to Fontana.
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