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HONG KONG — If you believe art fairs are elevating, then you are likely to find the first edition of Art Basel in Hong Kong an eye-popping experience — in a pleasing way, for the most part. Still, the sight of over 240 galleries from 35 nations...
Art galleries participating in the upcoming Art Basel Hong Kong, which runs May 23-26, are likely wondering whether the fair's new management, with the leverage of the Art Basel brand, will be able to bring in fresh flocks of collectors. As for the...
The Associated Press
Decades before New York's Central Park was created, Green-Wood Cemetery's ponds, hills and winding paths provided not only a pastoral final resting place for the nation's elite but also a recreational spot for picnics and horse-drawn buggies.The still-...
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HONG KONG – If King of Pop Michael Jackson was an aerialist, how would he somersault in hits like “Smooth Criminal,” “Dangerous” and “Bad?”Montreal-based acrobatic theater company Cirque du Soleil may have the answer in “Michael Jackson the Immortal World...
SEOUL — Considering its small size, South Korea has a fantastic range of museum representation, from the traditional aspects of the National Folk Museum and the National Museum of Korea, to the modern National Museum of Contemporary Art. Even outside of the...
Having built their own structure on Randall’s Island, Frieze directors Amanda Sharp and Matthew Slotover aren’t contractually obligated to use the types of on-site vendors that have plagued the food selection at other fairs. Given this freedom, they’ve...
The catchy tunes, outlandish costumes and shimmering boots that made ABBA a global phenomenon all feature in a new museum dedicated to the band, but rumours the exhibition may presage a reunion by Sweden's most famous export were quickly quashed.The permanent...
Forgiveness has been one of the dominant themes of the recently concluded Broadway season. “I think I’ve had enough of revenge,” says the little heroine of “Matilda” when given the opportunity to push back against her tormentors. And the protagonists of “...
Earlier this month, in one of her last acts before abdicating, Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands reopened Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum, which had been closed for a decade-long, $487-million renovation. Though the museum’s prized possession, Rembrandt’s “The Night...
Egmont Labadie, BLOUIN ARTINFO
Art is an essential ingredient at a winemaking estate in southeastern France.
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