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Thursday, October 1, 2015

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Visual art – UK

Sneak Peek: What to See at Frieze London 2015

by Nicholas Forrest • A rundown of top events at the 13th edition, which will have 164 galleries from 27 countries.
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Visual art – UK

“The Indian Frida Kahlo” Tops Sotheby’s Asian, Islamic Art Sale Plans

by Mark Beech • A self-portrait by Amrita Sher-Gil is a highlight of Indian and Islamic Week auctions.
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Visual art – France

Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac’s “Space Age” Art Encounter

by Nicholas Forrest • The Paris show presents visions of the universe, from Soviet fighters to NASA shuttles.
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Performing art- UK

“Tipping the Velvet” Mixes Forbidden Love With Aerial Ballet, Miley Cyrus

by Mark Beech • Review of a new adaption by acclaimed playwright Laura Wade at the Lyric, London.
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Fashion – Italy

Art on the Catwalk: Milan Fashion Week References Balthus, John Chamberlain and Carlos Cruz-Diez

by Michelle Tay • Painters inspired everything from Missoni knitwear to Arbesser’s overalls.
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Arts & design – UK

10 Most Exciting Products Launched at London Design Festival 2015

by Jana Perkovic • A Scottish-brand watch, a reinvented mobile phone and an expandable shelf are among our picks.
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Visual art – UK

Prem Sahib’s “Side On” Sculptural Symphony at ICA London

by Nicholas Forrest • Only two years after graduating, rising star Sahib gets his first institutional solo show.
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Lifestyle- worldwide

Top 8 Lifestyle Auctions in October

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • Watches in Hong Kong, film posters in London and decorative arts in New York are among our selections.
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