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[Video] Imran Qureshi on Idea of Landscape Exhibition at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac

by Blouin Artinfo France • The artist explains how he uses leaves and nature to explore the dialogue between life and death.

Visual art – UK

Fontana’s “La Fine di Dio” Leads Sotheby’s Frieze Week London Sales

by Nicholas Forrest • The 1963 work is estimated as much as £20 million, which if achieved would smash the artist’s auction record.

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Matthew Darbyshire Puts Modern Living Under Microscope in Manchester

by Mark Beech • The largest solo show by Darbyshire turns a vacuum cleaner and household objects into works of art.

Visual art – Russia

Anish Kapoor’s Solo Exhibition at Moscow’s Jewish Museum

by Nicholas Forrest • The British sculptor includes “My Red Homeland” in his first solo show in Russia.

Visual art – UK

Disco Balls and Meditation Mix in Theo Eshetu Video at Tiwani

by Mark Beech • The Ethiopian filmmaker stakes a claim to be one of the leading video artists.

Visual art – France

Exhibition Celebrates French Cultural Power of Video Games

by Jake Cigainero • France is known for its cuisine, fashion, and cinema. Now, Art Ludique celebrates an unsung export, computer art.

Visual art – UK

Enrico David’s Fantastical Figures at the Hepworth Wakefield

by Nicholas Forrest • Bronze, fiberglass, jesmonite and fiber tissue become figures both abstract and figurative.

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