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Opening of Abu Dhabi's Louvre pushed back to 2016

The construction site of the Louvre Abu Dhabi designed by Jean Novel is seen on Saadiyat Island in Abu DhabiBy Stanley Carvalho ABU DHABI (Reuters) - The opening of Abu Dhabi's branch of the iconic Louvre museum has been postponed until next year because building work still needs doing, a senior official said on Saturday, the latest delay to the high-profile project. Majed al Mansoori, chairman of state-owned Tourism Development and Investment Company (TDIC), said authorities were now aiming for late 2016. "Attention will now turn to the remaining work on the underside of the cladding and the Louvre Abu Dhabi remains on track for opening in the second half of 2016,” he told Reuters by email.

Levine withdraws from new Met Opera staging of Berg's 'Lulu'
NEW YORK (AP) — Metropolitan Opera music director James Levine is withdrawing from the company's new production of Berg's "Lulu" to concentrate on a revival of Wagner's "Tannhaeuser."
Stromae rare French-language artist to fill Garden

Belgian singer StromaeStromae, the French-speaking world's singing superstar, has achieved a new breakthrough in his crossover appeal by filling New York's Madison Square Garden. The genre-merging Belgian singer on Thursday became only the third French-language artist to play the self-described "World's Most Famous Arena" after Charles Aznavour and Celine Dion. "Madison Square Garden -- it's a big deal!" said a visibly moved Stromae, telling the crowd he was "so proud and honored" to play at the more than 19,000-capacity venue in Midtown Manhattan.

Academy Museum Fundraising Chief to Step Down (Exclusive)
Having raised $250 million in commitments toward the Motion Picture Academy's new museum, Bill Kramer is taking a new job on the East Coast.
Met opera launches 10th HD season

In this Sept. 16, 2015 photo released by the Metropolitan Opera, soprano Anna Netrebko, right, and baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky perform in a scene from Verdi's "Il Trovatore" at the Metropolitan Opera in New York. The Metropolitan Opera is kicking off its 10th season of live HD broadcasts this Saturday with Verdi's “Il Trovatore." (Marty Sohl/Metropolitan Opera via AP)NEW YORK (AP) — The Metropolitan Opera is kicking off its 10th season of live HD broadcasts this Saturday with Verdi's "Il Trovatore" starring — who else? — Anna Netrebko.

Meet the Artist Behind Kanye West's Elaborate Stage Sets
Award-winning stage designer Esmeralda Devlin has created sets for the likes of Miley Cyrus, Beyonce and even Benedict Cumberbatch.
Dress du Jour: Sarah Jessica Parker Shines at the Ballet
Like a human disco ball.
Davis Guggenheim transformed by making 'Malala' documentary

In this Dec. 17, 2013 photo released by Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, director Davis Guggenheim appears in Birmingham, England with Malala Yousafzai, and Ziauddinuddin Yousafzai during the filming of the documentary, "He Named Me Malala," released in U.S. theaters on Friday. (Caroline Furneaux/Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation via AP)LOS ANGELES (AP) — Davis Guggenheim has made movies about world leaders (Barack Obama, Al Gore) and rock stars (U2, Jimmy Page, Jack White), but it's his new film about a girl and her dad that affected him most.

From handles to cyborgs, all up for Turner art prize

Part of Turner Prize 2015 nominee Bonnie Camplin's work is seen at Tramway Glasgow, ScotlandBy Michael Roddy GLASGOW (Reuters) - This year's Turner Prize nominees range from a collective selling handles, and costlier furnishings, online for 15 pounds ($23) a pop to a video display in which a woman talks about being brainwashed in Kentucky by aliens. Since the British contemporary art prize made a leap into the bizarre by recognizing Damien Hirst's bisected cow and calf in 1995, it has been hard to predict what the judges might include among the finalists. "Artists are interested in engaging in ideas with the public and I think what's exciting about this edition of the Turner Prize is that it feels very now, very of the moment." The winner is announced on Dec. 7.

Damien Hirst unveils his London gallery with John Hoyland show

John Hoyland, "28.2.71"World-famous artist Damien Hirst is to open his own art space, London's Newport Street Gallery, on October 8, in what is one of biggest art events of the season. In Vauxhall, south London, the new gallery has been a long-gestating passion project for Hirst, whose own art collection of more than 3,000 works forms the basis of the gallery's displays. "I believe art should be experienced by as many people as possible and I've felt guilty owning work that is stored away in boxes where no one can see it, so having a space where I can put on shows from the collection is a dream come true," said Hirst.

French catalog shows how top Nazi amassed stolen fine art

Frederic de Laurens, a former top manager at French national archives, points to a ledger listing Goering's looted art, Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2015 outside Paris, France. France’s World War II archives have helped produce an unusual art book: a catalog of more than 1,000 paintings, tapestries and sculptures amassed by senior Nazi official Hermann Goering _ many of them stolen from Jews deported to death camps.(AP Photo/Jacques Brinon)PARIS (AP) — France's World War II archives have helped produce an unusual art book: a catalog of more than 1,000 paintings, tapestries and sculptures amassed by senior Nazi official Hermann Goering — many of them stolen from Jews deported to death camps.

Amnesty International declares Cuba graffiti artist a prisoner of conscience

Cuban graffiti artist Danilo Maldonado holds his daughter during a photo exhibition in HavanaBy Daniel Trotta HAVANA (Reuters) - Amnesty International on Tuesday declared a Cuban graffiti artist as the country's only prisoner of conscience, demanding the release of a man held for "disrespect of the leaders of the revolution" over a satire of Fidel and Raul Castro. Danilo Maldonado, 32 and known as "El Sexto," has been held since December for painting "Fidel" and "Raul" on the backs of a pair of pigs in apparent reference to former leader Fidel Castro and his brother and current president, Raul Castro, Amnesty said in a statement.

German appointed director of British Museum
LONDON (AP) — The British Museum has announced that the director of the Dresden State Art Collection will become the new director of the London institution.
Kendrick Lamar to make orchestra debut in Washington

Kendrick Lamar, pictured performing on June 12, 2015, will make his classical debut in a performance with the National Symphony OrchestraKendrick Lamar, one of the most respected young rappers, will make his classical debut in a performance with the National Symphony Orchestra. The orchestra in Washington announced Monday that the NSO Pops would perform selections of Lamar's latest album, "To Pimp a Butterfly," with him on October 20. Lamar, who hails from the gangsta rap birthplace of Compton, California, emerged on the scene in 2011 to acclaim for his introspective rhymes.

London gears up for big October art events

John Hoyland, "9.11.68" at Newport Street GalleryWith the Frieze Art Fair set to attract lovers of historical and contemporary art alike, London is readying for an art-heavy month, as Damien Hirst's new gallery opens its doors.

'Malala' Director Davis Guggenheim on Making the Film: I Thought About My Own Daughters
The L.A. premiere, held on Sept. 29 at the Microsoft Theater, featured a video message from First Lady Michelle Obama.
Artist Banksy says 'Dismaland' to go to Calais migrant camp
Timber and fixtures from Banksy's "Dismaland" theme park in western England will be sent to build shelters at an informal migrant camp in Calais, northern France, the elusive street artist said on his website. "Coming soon ... Dismaland Calais," the website said, with a picture of Dismaland's Sleeping Beauty castle amongst the tents of the camp. "All the timber and fixtures from Dismaland are being sent to the 'jungle' refugee camp near Calais to build shelters.
Abu Dhabi's Louvre museum gains star canopy dome

Workers place final outer piece on dome structure for Louvre museum on Saadiyat island, near Abu Dhabi, due to open by end of 2016The last of nearly 4,500 metal stars was placed Sunday on the outer layer of the dome on Abu Dhabi's Louvre museum, expected to open by the end of 2016. The final star was added in the presence of prize-winning French architect Jean Nouvel, said Abu Dhabi's Tourism Development and Investment Company (TDIC). The giant 180-metre (yard) dome is perforated with designs that will project light patterns in the shape of palm trees onto the exhibition space below.

Picasso, Van Gogh and God in Italy sacred art show

The Pietà (after Delacroix) Vincent Van Gogh (Groot Zundert 1853–Auvers-sur-Oise 1890), c. 1890.From Picasso's Christ on the Cross to Van Gogh's Pieta, a new exhibition in Italy reveals the revival and radical revision of sacred art after the Age of Enlightenment, all thanks to a revolutionary pope. The Divine Beauty show in Florence throws fresh light on religious art between the middle of the 19th and 20th centuries, with never-before seen together works in styles ranging from naturalism to symbolism, realism and abstract. "When you think of sacred art you think of works of art up until the Baroque period at most," which makes this exhibition particularly unusual, curator Ludovica Sebregondi told AFP.

Set of early English literature could fetch $15M at auction
MONTAUK, N.Y. (AP) — A major collection of rare early English literature is slated to be sold at a December auction in New York City.
Ariana Grande Sings Opera With Andrea Bocelli: Listen
The duet will appear on Bocelli's new album.
Picasso painting found in New Jersey back in Paris museum

French Minister of Culture and Communication Fleur Pellerin, left, and Jane D. Hartley, U.S. Ambassador to France, right, pose next to "La Coiffeuse," or The Hairdresser, a $ 15 million Picasso painting, found in New Jersey, during a presentation at Beaubourg Pompidou Center Museum in Paris, France, Thursday, Sept. 24, 2015. This Picasso artwork, painted in 1911, is going back on display in a Paris Museum after it disappeared from a French storage room more than a decade ago, then turned up in a package from Belgium to New York last year. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)PARIS (AP) — A $15 million Pablo Picasso painting is back on display in a Paris museum after a long and unusual journey.

Escher museum accused of displaying copies of Dutch artist's work

People intall the artwork 'Metamorphosis III' by Maurits Cornelis Escher (1889-1972) at the Museum Escher in The Hague on April 19, 2011Dutch artist M.C. Escher was a master of illusion. Some 150 works by Maurits Cornelis Escher are on view at the Escher Museum in The Hague, with the agreement of the M.C. Escher Foundation. "For the past 13 years they've been conning the public," curator Mark Veldhuysen told AFP.

Watch James Corden Perform 'Phantom of the Opera' Musical Numbers in an L.A. Intersection
The 'Late Late Show' host and his theatre company performed "Music of the Night," "Masquerade" and "The Phantom of the Opera" from the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical.
Fox News Flubs 'Mona Lisa' Artist: Leonardo ... DiCaprio
Who? The guy from 'Titanic'?
James Corden Finally Got To Star In The Phantom Of The Opera

James Corden Finally Got To Star In The Phantom Of The OperaCrosswalk: The Musical is back!

Virtuoso voiceover artist Billy West pipes up with a podcast

In this Aug. 5, 2015 photo, Billy West poses in his garage in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles. A leading voiceover artist known for title characters on such kids' cartoons as "Doug" and "Ren & Stimpy," West has his own podcast called, "The Billy West Show." (AP Photo/Frazier Moore)LOS ANGELES (AP) — Odds are, the voice of Billy West is ringing in your ears.

Met Opera breaks blackface tradition in 'Otello'

This photo courtesy of The Metropolitan Opera shows Aleksandrs Antonenko in the 2015 title role of Verdi's "Otello" at the Metropolitan Opera in New YorkNew York's Metropolitan Opera has broken more than a century of tradition in Verdi's "Otello" with a production whose title character, in a reflection of modern racial sensibilities, does not perform in blackface. The 326th performance of the opera, which opened the New York-based opera's 2015-16 season on Monday, stars Latvian tenor Aleksandrs Antonenko. Race-altering makeup has long been taboo in the United States, in which blackface recalls 19th-century minstrel shows and other racist performances, but the practice has persevered in opera.

Shilvock to succeed Gockley at San Francisco Opera

In this Sept. 9, 2015 photo released by The San Francisco Opera, new General Director Designate Matthew Shilvock at the War Memorial Opera House in San Francisco. Shilvock will succeed David Gockley as general director of the San Francisco Opera on Aug. 1, 2016, after serving as associate general director since 2010. (Cory Weaver/San Francisco Opera via AP)Matthew Shilvock will succeed David Gockley as general director of the San Francisco Opera on Aug. 1, 2016, after serving as associate general director since 2010.

Dutchman Van Gogh finally meets Norway's Munch

A combination photo of "Self-Portrait as a Painter" by Vincent van Gogh and "Self-Portrait with Palette" by Edvard MunchBy Yoruk Bahceli AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Norway’s Edvard Munch and Dutch master Vincent Van Gogh lived at the same time and both struggled to put their inner demons on canvas, but they never met in real life. A broad collection of their paintings, which greatly influenced modern 19th-century artwork, will hang side by side for the first time at an exhibit opening at the Van Gogh Museum in the Netherlands opening on Friday. “Through their experiences of suffering and pain as well as their ability to see beauty in the smallest things, they were able to render that personal experience in their art,” said Van Gogh Museum curator Maite van Dijk.