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Last night The Peninsula Hotels, Official Hotel Partner of Art Basel Hong Kong, hosted a gala event to celebrate the launch of Art in Resonance, a multi-year global contemporary art programme, attended by guests Pom Klementieff and Bianca Brandolini. In a continuation of the group’s ethos of innovation, The Peninsula Hotels has worked alongside curators Isolde Brielmaier and Bettina Prentice to commission work from artists who are poetically pushing the boundaries of their mediums and engaging...

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On 14 November, Sotheby’s will present A Street (1926) and Calla Lillies on Red (1928) by Georgia O’Keeffe in a Contemporary Art Evening Auction for the first time. The stunning Cottonwood Tree in Spring (1943) will also be featured at the American Art Auction, taking place on 16 November. Succeeding the sale of Georgia O’Keeffe’s iconic flower painting Jimson Weed/White Flower No.1 (1932), Sotheby’s will again be offering significant works by the modernist artist to...

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Geared towards introducing new models and future trends within the watch and jewellery industries, Baselworld keeps its crown as the key event for timepiece aficionados.  Every year, exhibitors, affluent collectors, retailers and members of the press gather in the Swiss city of Basel to view and display the latest ware in the ever-growing watch industry. But Baselworld isn’t just another watch and jewellery show. Here, even the simplest entry-level pieces can cost thousands of pounds...

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The Monaco Yacht Show returns from 27 to 30 September, offering the latest in luxury cutting-edge design. The Monaco Yacht Show has been a primary event in the world of luxury yachts in the port of Hercules since 1991, and this year promises to be no exception. On the 27 to 30 of September, Monaco will host over 40 new editions to its showcase for visitors to enjoy. Alongside a display of 125 superyachts, the...

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Cannes Collection is a brand new show, debuting in June 2016, conceived by friends and collaborators Bertrand Foache and Eric de Saintdo, both renowned for putting on international shows such as Premier Classe, Who’s Next, Fame and the Cannes Boat & Yacht Show. Cannes Collection is based on evolving notions of luxury and hopes to inspire and delight a discerning, global clientele who seek convenience, speed and service as well as world-class quality and performance. Here you...

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The Edinburgh Art Festival during from July 31 to August 31 is the UK’s largest annual celebration of visual art. The festival features a month-long calendar of more than 40 exhibitions alongside special events, performances and tours across 30 of the city’s museums, galleries and institutions, as well as artist-run, temporary and pop-up spaces. In its 11th year the festival will bring together over 100 leading and emerging Scottish and international artists. As part of the Glasgow 2014...

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Opera and ballet of the highest order, in stunning settings of antiquity, are what we are promised in Turkey’s lavish festivals this summer. An attractive land of mystery, of exotic art and culture, a land ‘full of eastern promise’ was how Turkey—or the Ottoman Empire as it was once known—was perceived in the west for many centuries. To westerners, for example, the instruments used in the country’s ‘marching bands’ entranced our most famous classical composers...

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This spring from February 26 to May 25 the much admired prints of Norman Stevens ARA (1937-88) are presented by the Royal Academy of Arts. Stevens is an artist who originally trained as a painter alongside John Loker, David Hockney RA and David Oxtoby in the 1950s at Bradford College of Art. The master of the medium A master of the medium, Stevens taught himself printmaking in the early 1970s and in the process, found an art form that...

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Entering BRAFA (Brussels Art Fair) feels a little like stepping into a rejuvenating world of art, where beauty vies with rarity and where precious objects compete with illustrious works. A visit to BRAFA is an opportunity to meet 131 Belgian and international exhibitors who have painstakingly compiled their most beautiful items to appeal to collectors and art enthusiasts in search of rare and authentic works. For a period of ten days, from 25 January to...

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Cultural Sponsorships continue to grow and flourish throughout the art world. Adjoa Wiredu takes a look at the main players that sponsor cultural events and enable them to happen. Large-scale global events, like the Olympic Games in London this year, are a direct result of sponsorship. Funds from multinational companies made it possible for dreams to come true. The art world looks to this premise and grabs hold of the opportunities sponsorship offers. A recent...

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