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Goya Portraits at National Gallery; pick of Frieze Week fairs; BMW's art car project; Miro the rebel in Zurich; and more...

Thursday, October 8, 2015

European Edition

Visual art – UK

Goya Portraits at National Gallery "Once in a Generation Show": Review

by Michael Prodger • More than 70 Goya masterpieces come together, from Wellington to a star Duchess.

Visual art – UK

5 Fairs to See During Frieze Week 2015

by Art+Auction • Among the many on offer: Frieze, Frieze Masters, PAD London, 1:54, and Multiplied.

Visual art – UK

Nancy Holt’s “Locators” Get a New View at Parafin, London

by Mark Beech • The influential US artist built many ideas on her telescope-like works, which get an extremely rare public showing.

Cars – Germany

The Mecene: BMW's Commitment to Art and Culture

by Michelle Tay • The carmaker celebrates its colorful project involving Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, Jenny Holzer, and David Hockney.

Visual art – Italy

Koki Tanaka Brings Impossible Challenges, Engaging Art to Rome

by Mark Beech • The Japanese artist reworks his Deutsche Bank award display as it moves to MACRO in Italy.

Arts and design – Germany, Middle East

100 Key Bauhaus Photographs Go on Show in Tel Aviv

by Jana Perkovic • The German archive goes on show in Israel, 50 years after relations between the countries were established.

Visual art – Switzerland

Galerie Gmurzynska Uncovers Joan Miró the Rebel in Zurich

by Nicholas Forrest • The artist’s adventurous side is showcased as Gmurzynska marks its golden anniversary.

Art and design – US/France

Yves Behar Wins Design Miami 2015 Design Visionary Award

by Jana Perkovic • Our pick of the top inventions by the award-winning designer.

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