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Subodh Gupta Unveils “When Soak Becomes Spill” in London

by Nicholas Forrest • London’s V&A’s new work comprises a huge stainless steel bucket overflowing with pots and cooking implements.
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Visual art – France

French-Armenian Artist Melik Ohanian Wins 2015 Marcel Duchamp Prize

by Nicholas Forrest • The provocative award will be followed by a Centre Pompidou show.
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Performing art – France

Preview: Blanca Li’s “Goddesses and Demonesses” Castrates the Greek Gods

by Gabriella Daris • Rehearsals in New York will lead to a December world premiere at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées.
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Visual art – Italy

Philippe Parreno’s Exhibition “Hypothesis” at HangarBicocca in Milan

by Nicholas Forrest • The Pirelli-supported art space is holding Parremo’s first survey exhibition in Italy.
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Art and design – Dubai

Review: Lighting Shines at Downtown Design Dubai

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • Lighting mixes whimsy (Lumio by Max Gunawan, Mama Lampa) and trendy like Neo by Rodrigo Vairinhos, who uses leather cork on his designs.
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Visual art – UK

Richter’s Radical “Colour Charts” at Dominique Lévy London

by Nicholas Forrest • The first exhibition to showcase a small but important group of Richter’s paintings from the original 19 produced in 1966.
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Visual art – Netherlands

How Dutch Design Week Tackled Refugees, Fashion Industry

by Jana Perkovic • This year, Dutch Design Week took on the world’s problems, from the refugee crisis to ethical industries.
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