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Sneak peek at Frieze Masters; National Gallery unveils program; Sotheby's sells Lowry's wheelbarrow; Milan fashion; and more...

Friday, October 2, 2015

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Visual art – UK

Sneak Peek: What to See at Frieze Masters 2015

by Nicholas Forrest • The 131 galleries will be joined by a new Collections section curated by Sir Norman Rosenthal.

Visual art – UK

Liam and Patsy, Lowry and False Teeth Sell in £2.27 Million Sotheby’s Auction

by Mark Beech • A set of false teeth mounted on an electric toothbrush by Richard Hamilton sold for £97,500.

Arts and design – France/ US

Design Dealers: Stephane Danant of Demisch Danant on Future Trends

by Jana Perkovic • Why 1970s retro chic is popular in 2015 – and becoming even bigger in 2016.

Visual art – UK

London Gasworks Marks £2.1 Million Makeover With New Art Show

by Mark Beech • One of London’s best-respected venues has reopened with a show of new work by South Africa’s Wa Lehulere.

Visual art – France

The Art of Wifredo Lam Reframed at Centre Pompidou Paris

by Nicholas Forrest • A first retrospective of the Cuban painter’s work since 1983, a year after his death.

Visual art – UK

Delacroix, Caravaggio Head UK National Gallery 2016 Program

by Nicholas Forrest • The first presentation of Delacroix’s art in Britain for more than 50 years tops the list.

Visual art – France

Datebook: Sepik — Arts from Papua New Guinea starts October 27 at Musée du Quai Branly

by Mark Beech • Mark your diary: It took 35 years of research in a remote region to produce this exhibition of tribal masterpieces.

Fashion – Italy

Dolce & Gabbana's Ode to Italy Ranged from Food to Art to Architecture

by Michelle Tay • A dolce love letter to the motherland looked ahead to 2016 after Milan Fashion Week.

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