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The Art Newspaper
12/10/2016 at 13:00. Facebook
Doha’s Hamad International Airport (HIA) "prides itself on being an innovative exhibition space"

Dia Azzawi's Doha airport sculptures hit new heights

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The Art Newspaper
12/10/2016 at 10:00. Facebook
Our picks of what's on in London this week

Three to see: London

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Our picks of what's on in New York this week

Three to see: New York

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The Art Newspaper
yesterday at 22:25. Facebook
Members of two right-wing groups in India stormed the Jaipur Art Summit, a five-day-long festival in Jaipur City, Rajasthan on Thursday 8 December, in protest over a work on display that depicts semi-nude women. The artist of the work, the London-based painter Radha Binod Sharma, was injured and intimidated in the attack, according to a volunteer at the summit who spoke to The Indian Express.

Indian right-wing groups target Jaipur Art Summit over semi-nude painting

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yesterday at 20:45. Facebook
The London-based artist Shezad Dawood will unveil the first three episodes of an epic ten-part film cycle called Leviathan in Venice next May. The narrative will continue to unfurl over the next three years

Shezad Dawood’s ten-part film Leviathan to launch in Venice in May

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yesterday at 19:48. Facebook
The Terracotta Warriors are marching back to the UK in 2018 but—for the first time in more than 30 years—to a museum outside of London.

China’s Terracotta Warriors march back into the UK

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yesterday at 19:24. Facebook
“The aim has been to retranscribe the spirit of the age, the popular fervour of the late 19th century. You need to understand the emotion in an object to understand its sense. That’s exactly what Jean-Michel has done.”

Artist transforms French cathedral treasury into an Aladdin’s cave of...

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yesterday at 18:53. Facebook
“Imagine if you walked into a museum and saw a painting that once hung in your grandparents’ home? How would you feel, especially if your grandparents had been murdered by the same government that took the painting? Is this justice?”

Senate to vote on Holocaust restitution bill in a race against the clock

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yesterday at 14:55. Facebook
The final evening sales of the year in London yielded reassuring results for the Old Masters market. Sotheby's Christie's

London's Old Master sales bolstered by private collections

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yesterday at 14:35. Facebook
From Bowie bags to Babylonian biscuits: Ten art-tastic Christmas gifts for your culture-loving friends and family. Our picks from: MoMA The Museum of Modern Art, Penn Museum, Sunglass Hut, 1800 Tequila, The Unemployed Philosophers Guild, TASCHEN, David Shrigley, Pomegranate, and House of Voltaire.

Ten art-tastic gifts that will fit under your Christmas tree

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yesterday at 13:39. Facebook
The show of around 130 loans from the Château de Versailles focuses on the palace’s history from 1682 (when it officially became the seat of French political power) until revolution brought the ancien régime (but not the palace at Versailles) tumbling down.

The glories of Versailles, from giant Gobelin tapestries to Marie Antoinette’s gilded harp, make their way to Australia

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yesterday at 11:26. Facebook
“The amazing thing is that these were not shown in his lifetime and hadn’t been shown even afterward. And here it is: a discrete body of work. In a way, it’s like he’s still alive.”

‘Letting colour loose’: Kenneth Noland’s final paintings come to Pace New York

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yesterday at 11:10. Facebook
“Everyone thinks it was Warhol who first introduced silkscreen printing, but it could have been Rauschenberg. Like Warhol, Rauschenberg was at the frontier of new things, which is the story this exhibition tells.”

First UK exhibition devoted to Robert Rauschenberg’s transfer drawings goes on show at London gallery

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yesterday at 10:53. Facebook
The New York City Aids memorial, incorporating a text piece by the American artist Jenny Holzer, has been officially unveiled in the West Village and is expected to open to the public by the end of December.

Jenny Holzer creates Walt Whitman poetry piece for New York Aids memorial

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The Art Newspaper
12/08/2016 at 15:33. Facebook
Attia says he is filing the lawsuit because of a music video that reproduces one of his most well-known installations, Ghost (2007), which consists of 102 kneeling hooded figures created from sheets of aluminium foil.

Kader Attia accuses Universal Music of plagiarism over French rap video

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The Art Newspaper
12/08/2016 at 13:00. Facebook
“Until now, Cézanne’s portraiture has received surprisingly little attention, so we are thrilled to be able to bring together so many of his portraits.”

London's National Portrait Gallery to host first major exhibition of Cézanne's portraits

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The Art Newspaper
12/08/2016 at 12:40. Facebook
Inspired by Russian Constructivist designs for daring and unrealised buildings, Hadid used paintings as a design and research tool—she anticipated digital design.

Zaha Hadid’s dynamic paintings go on show in London

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The Art Newspaper
12/08/2016 at 12:20. Facebook
The purple-hued pearl (est $25,000-$35,000), which is the largest-known Quahog pearl ever offered at a public auction, is slated to be the leading lot at Bonhams’ Lapidary Works of Art, Gemstones, Minerals and Natural History sale in Los Angeles on 7 December.

Bonhams Los Angeles offers rare Quahog pearl that escaped the dinner table

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The Art Newspaper
12/08/2016 at 11:55. Facebook
“Our aim is for a lighting masterplan which reduces pollution and wasted energy, is sensitive to history and ecology, and subtly rebalances the ambient lighting on the river to provide a beautiful night time experience for residents and visitors.”

Team led by US artist Leo Villareal wins design competition to light up London’s Thames

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The Art Newspaper
12/08/2016 at 11:30. Facebook
One million brilliant white tiles clad the 65m-tall precast concrete roof of the 43-year-old Sydney Opera House and each needs to be hand-checked, or tapped, every five years by specialist engineers.

Opera house roof gets special soundcheck

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