Barcelona elevates design to a new level

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Museu del Disseny brings together city’s historic collections By Javier Pes. Museums, Issue 263, December 2014 Published online: 17 December 2014 Barcelona’s mayor, Xavier Trias, is shown the museum by its director, Pilar Vélez The new Museu del Disseny officially … Continued

It’s good to be the Queen

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Queen Sonja working on a print (Photo: Rolf M. Aagaard, The Royal Court) Queen Sonja of Norway, a long-time art lover and artist, found out something new about herself after seeing Judy Chicago’s The Dinner Party, the room-sized installation featuring … Continued

Naughty and nice

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Hop on board! The artist pranksters Jen Catron and Paul Outlaw just made your holiday shopping easier. The pair is advertising a sales extravaganza on their line of satirical art objects—including Nate Lowman air fresheners and “I Klaus Art” tote-bags—this … Continued

Guggenheim Bilbao acquires Yoko Ono works

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While MoMA announces “One Woman Show” on the artist By Anny Shaw. Web only Published online: 11 December 2014 The US artist has donated Wish Tree for Bilbao, 1996/2014 As the Guggenheim Foundation’s board announced that it had formally approved … Continued

Child’s play?

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The film director Baz Luhrmann is not known for his restraint—and, true to form, the man behind the films “The Great Gatsby” and “William Shakespeare’s Romeo + Juliet” has curated one of the showier stands at Art Basel Miami Beach. … Continued

Latin American art has its day in the sun

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As US curators look south, collectors begin to take note By Gareth Harris and Julia Halperin. From Art Basel Miami Beach daily edition Published online: 06 December 2014 The Cecilia De Torres gallery (S10) is showing a selection of works … Continued

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