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Friday, October 30, 2015

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Visual art – France

Revamped Museum of Man in Paris Probes Question: What Makes Us Human?

by Jake Cigainero • After a six-year closure and a 96-million-euro renovation, the natural history museum reopens.
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Visual art – UK

STING, TRUDIE STYLER TO SELL LONDON HOME PIANO, ARTWORKS AT CHRISTIE’S

by Mark Beech • Stars decide to auction Picasso and Matisse works rather than move them to another property.
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Visual art – France

ANNETTE MESSAGER’S “UPSIDE DOWN” EXHIBITION IN CALAIS

by Nicholas Forrest • The French artist revisits her seminal works as she renews her relationship with the port town.
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Performing art – UK

U2, THE FALL, VAN MORRISON, MORE: 10 MUST-SEE LONDON GIGS IN NOVEMBER

by Mark Beech • Our pick of music shows coming up, from the Stranglers to Jocelyn Brown.
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Art and design – Dubai

Design Dubai Week: UAE Pavillion Offers Multisensory Experience

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • The UAE pavilion, curated by Mobius Design Studio, encourages interaction with everything on view.
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Visual art – Italy

SNEAK PEEK: WHAT TO SEE AT THE 2015 ARTISSIMA ART FAIR IN TURIN

by Nicholas Forrest • A preview of 207 galleries from 31 countries showcasing more than 2,000 artworks in six sectors.
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Art and design – Germany

Design Dealers: Jacksons of Stockholm and Berlin

by Jana Perkovic • Paul Jackson speaks about the growth of historical design and joys of older works.
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Art and design – Dubai

TOP 3 NEW ART INSTALLATIONS TO CATCH DURING DUBAI DESIGN WEEK

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • The best of 12 site-specific projects positioned across Dubai for the festival.
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