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David Shrigley|My art doesn't need explanation<\/span><\/a><\/h3><\/div>

24 April 2016<\/strong> - Trying to gauge the personality of an artist through their art is usually a futile exercise, but the work of David Shrigley almost demands some sort of layman psychoanalysis.<\/p><\/div>

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La Casa Malaparte par Karl Lagerfeld<\/span><\/a><\/h3><\/div>

21 April 2016<\/strong> - Casa Malaparte \"A house like me\" \u2014 announced Curzio Malaparte, a poet and egomaniac, describing his villa on Capri. There are only a few buildings in the world which illustrate such antique beauty a...<\/p><\/div>

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Fornasetti | Tema e Variazioni<\/span><\/a><\/h3><\/div>

19 April 2016<\/strong> - A book whose origins lie in a hand-printed work and a retrospective graphic approach. In rediscovering the sensuality of materials, the human variable generates uniqueness, an eclectic privilege in the midst of the digital age.<\/p><\/div>

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LOEWE at Salone del Mobile 2016<\/span><\/a><\/h3><\/div>

15 April 2016<\/strong> - Loewe is following up last year\u2019s series of ceramic-inspired bowls with a new set of furniture designs constructed from multiple fragments of leather in various shapes and colors at the 2016 Salone ...<\/p><\/div>

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Sou Fujimoto x COS, Salone 2016<\/span><\/a><\/h3><\/div>

14 April 2016<\/strong> - Sou Fujimoto \"Forest of Light\" for COS, Salone del Mobile 2016. \r\n\"In this installation for COS, I envisage to make a forest of light,\" said Fujimoto.<\/p><\/div>

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Salone del mobile Milano 2016 \u2013 \u039dews<\/span><\/a><\/h3><\/div>

13 April 2016<\/strong> - This year marks the 55th edition of the international salone del mobile in milan \u2014 the world\u2019s most important event on the design calendar.<\/p><\/div>

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The Bouroullecs at Rennes<\/span><\/a><\/h3><\/div>

09 April 2016<\/strong> - In Rennes, France, four exhibitions show the incredibly wide range of subjects covered by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec: from jewellery to architecture, from furniture to public spaces.<\/p><\/div>