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Special features on Artissima 2015; Rosa Barber wins Prix International d'Art Contemporain; investing in Cognac and guitars; more..

Friday, November 6, 2015

European Edition

Visual art - Italy

Artissima 2015 Has Freshest Selection in Years: Review

by Pia Capelli • Our review of works on offer, from 207 galleries taking part from 35 countries.

Viisual art - Italy

Stefano Collicelli Cagol’s “Inclinazioni” for Artissima 2015

by Nicholas Forrest • The exhibition presents 40 works by 30 artists drawn from 22 of Piedmont’s contemporary art collections and art institutions.

Lifestyle – UK

Art on the Palate: The Niche Appeal of Cognac

by Mark Beech • Is it time to invest in cognac? Auction houses and collectors reveal the growing market for specialist spirits and prestige bottlings.

Art and design – France

Piasa’s Eclectic Sale of Wood and Textile Designs Spans 14th to 21st Centuries

by Jana Perkovic • Piasa is planning a unique sale covering a huge range of objects and timescales. All the lots have in common is that they are all made of wood and textile.

Visual art – France

Rosa Barber Wins 2016 Prix International d’Art Contemporain

by Nicholas Forrest • The Berlin-based Italian filmmaker won the €40,000 prize for her 35mm film “Subconscious Society, a Feature.”

Art and design – UK

“Street Car Named Desire” Chair Leads Sotheby’s Design Sale

by Mark Beech • World record Shiro Kuramata chair was inspired by the Tennessee Williams play and named for its main protagonist Miss Blanche.

Auctions – UK

Ed Sheeran’s Stratocaster for Sale at Bonhams as Stars Boost Guitar Prices

by Mark Beech • One of the first Sheeran collectors’ items to come to auction is a ‘Green T’ Fender Stratocaster electric guitar, designed by British contemporary artist Teddy M.

Performing art – France

Top 5 Dance Shows at the Paris Autumn Festival

by Gabriella Daris • Our picks are include Available Light, with choreographer Lucinda Childs channelling inspiration by architect Frank Gehry and composer John Adams.

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