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Gagosian opens new London space with unseen Cy Twomblys; FriezeWeek sales preview; Blue Period Picasso revealed, Eileen Gray's personal paintings mo

Monday, October 12, 2015

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Visual art - UK

Gagosian Opens New London Space with Unseen Cy Twomblys

by Nicholas Forrest • The gallery celebrates the late American artist in two of its three London spaces, including the new Mayfair building.

Visual art – UK

On the Block: Contemporary Sales to Watch During Frieze Week London

by Judd Tully, Art+Auction • All the auction houses offer major works to test demand in Britain and from Chinese buyers.

Visual art – Italy

The Genius of V. S. Gaitonde at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection

by Nicholas Forrest • An overdue first retrospective for an Indian painter, 14 years after his death, makes a strong case for his importance.

Art and design – UK

Jorge Pardo’s Design-Art Reflects Life at David Gill in London

by Jana Perkovic • Wall mirrors as works of art shine in Pardo’s first show in the British capital for seven years.

Visual art – UK

Designer Eileen Gray's Personal Paintings Shown at Osborne Samuel

by Rachel Will • Gray’s legacy is explored through personal objects, letters, paintings, and photos.

Sotheby’s Unveils NY Sale “Blue Period” Picasso in London

by Nicholas Forrest • Nude cabaret dancer picture revealed – with an unseen portrait of the artist’s dealer found on the reverse.

Visual art – UK/ China

Zhang Ding and London’s Underground Music Scene at the ICA

by Darryl Wee • The acclaimed Chinese artist opens “Enter the Dragon,” his first one-man institutional show in the UK.

Art and design – Dubai

Design Start-Up: Galanter & Jones

by Jana Perkovic • A range of heated outdoor furniture heads for Dubai Design Week.

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