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Picasso mania in Paris; Dali's protege; London's most creative; Rylance on top form; Liberty's prints celebrated; and more...

Monday, October 5, 2015

European Edition

Visual art – France

Picasso Mania Pervades Paris’s Grand Palais

by Nicholas Forrest • A major exhibition examines how the Spanish art giant has left his mark on the world.

Design – Spain

Up Close With Oscar Tusquets Blanca: From Dali to Polymath

by Jana Perkovic • The man behind Dali sofas and futurist subway stations talks of his surrealist mentor and inspirations.

Visual art – UK

London’s Most Creative Examined and Captured in New Book

by Robert Michael Poole • Nicholas Serota, Antony Gormley, and Matthew Slotover all feature in a survey of creative talent.

Visual art – France

“Kuniyoshi, demon of prints” at the Petit Palais, Paris

by Darryl Wee • The Edo-period Japanese master’s prints get what is billed as a first comprehensive showing.

Performing art- UK

Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk & Farinelli and the King

by Warwick Thompson • We find Mark Rylance on top form, and review Shostakovich’s Scottish saga at the ENO.

Visual art – France

Auction records are set at Sotheby’s as the dynasty sells works by Lami and Pourbus the Younger.

by Nathalie Mandel • Auction records are set at Sotheby’s as the dynasty sells works by Lami and Pourbus the Younger.

Fashion – UK

Datebook: Liberty in Fashion Opens October 9 at the Fashion and Textile Museum, London

by Michelle Tay • Liberty’s famous prints are celebrated in their floral, paisley and patterned glories.

Fashion – France

Art on the Catwalk: Women Strapped to Women and Chamberlain-esque Fabric Sculptures at Rick Owens

by Michelle Tay • Fashion runs riot with catwalk models strapped to each other like backpacks or baby carriers.

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