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  • Neue Luxury • Architecture • Feature • BY Neue Luxury SHARE

    Musée Atelier Audemars Piguet

    A cultural universe

    The Musée Atelier Audemars Piguet immerses visitors in the Swiss manufacturer’s cultural universe past, present and future. A space of live craft and encounters entwining contemporary architecture, pioneering scenography and traditional savoir-faire.

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    Complexity and Multiplicity

    Chef Agustin Ferrando Balbi’s first restaurant Andō has officially opened its doors in Hong Kong. The highly-anticipated 34-seater restaurant was launched in partnership with JIA Group, the Hong Kong-based hospitality firm founded by Yenn Wong.

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    Room 32 | National Gallery

    Reopening July 2020

    Room 32 – the largest and one of the most visited rooms of the National Gallery displaying 17th-century Italian paintings by artists including Caravaggio, Artemisia and Orazio Gentileschi, Guido Reni and Guercino – will reopen with an enriched re-hang in July 2020 after a 21-month refurbishment.

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    Sumarai | AGSA

    From 24 July 2020

    The Art Gallery of South Australia today announces Samurai, an exhibition featuring over 100 works of art from AGSA’s Japanese collection that portray the pervasive influence of the samurai in Japan from the 14th to 20th centuries.

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    Big Weather | NGV

    October 2020

    The National Gallery of Victoria presents Big Weather, an exclusive exhibition exploring Australia’s unique weather systems in a presentation that recognises Indigenous cultural knowledge as central to understanding our natural environment.

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    Glastonbury | V&A

    A seven-day online celebration


    Starting June 22nd, the V&A is hosting a seven-day online celebration of all things Glastonbury. Coinciding with the weekend when the world-famous festival was due to celebrate its 50th year, the V&A has delved into its collections and asked for contributions from its curators to help fill your festival void.

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    Reko Rennie | Carriageworks

    A present-day memorial

    Commissioned by Carriageworks, REMEMBER ME is a major site-specific, illuminated text work by Kamilaroi artist, Reko Rennie that will officially be launched on 29 April 2020 to mark the 250th anniversary since Captain James Cook’s first landfall at Kamay Botany Bay and the HMB Endeavour’s charting of the east coast of Australia.

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    Merge 2020

    MPavilion & Melbourne Music Week

    MPavilion, Open House Melbourne and Melbourne Music Week announced the 5 successful applicants for MERGE—a collaborative music and design initiative commissioned by MPavilion for Open House Melbourne’s July and MPavilion/Melbourne Music Week’s November 2020 program.

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    Fieldwork | AGNSW

    Landscapes West of Sydney

    The Art Gallery of New South Wales is delighted to present Fieldwork: Landscapes West of Sydney, a travelling exhibition drawn from the Gallery’s treasured collection of late 19th and early to mid 20th century paintings and works on paper.


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    Barry X Ball and the art of the improvement

    Employing a variety of rare and experimental materials, in combination with emerging digital and industrial technologies, Barry X Ball reinterprets traditional figurative sculpture to produce works that are at once historicized and unmistakably of their period.

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    McQueen & I

    London 2010. St Paul’s Cathedral, squeezed into the city like a relegated old timer, remains to these eyes, design at its most daring. It’s a fitting location for Alexander McQueen’s memorial service: grand, awe-inspiring, immortal; but also a disturbing reminder that things have come to this. Lee—for he was Lee to me—would have hated it: the crowds, the silence, the poignant, solemn atmosphere. Yet in a wonderfully reflective way, both man and building have managed to capture the architectural zeitgeist.

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    Design for life

    Todomuta are Laura Molina and Sergio Herrera - a couple in every sense of the word. Together they forge a resolute path, exploring the outer realms of disparate design and non-conformist art. It's hard to define exactly what it is they do, but the joy of their output lies in an irreverent and often random approach.


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    A private audience

    Named one of Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People, Diane von Furstenberg entered the world of fashion in 1970 when she moved to New York and, two years later, founded her eponymous line. This private audience with Ms Furstenberg is complemented by a personal tour of DVF headquarters, private luxury transfers and accommodation at Soho House NYC.

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    Red Carpet Experience

    The Festival de Cannes is one of the most coveted and prestigious film festivals in the world. Attracting the most iconic and glamorous film cognoscenti, this experience comes replete with 5 nights luxury accommodation at Hotel Martinez, official luxury transfers to and from the red carpet as well as Festival accreditation and access to the most coveted parties.


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    A Marrakech pilgrimage

    Morocco is a land of colourful contrasts—from centuries-old traditions to dramatic landscapes and striking design—the country is a melting pot for creative minds. Marrakech in particular has inspired designers for decades and was notably a significant influence on Yves Saint Laurent who first visited the city in 1966. We invite you to retrace Yves’ footsteps with a private tour of the Musée Yves Saint Laurent Marrakech (MYSLM) with an internationally acclaimed fashion writer and curator. 

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    Become the first private citizen to walk in space

    A spacewalk is one of the pinnacles of human spaceflight. Even for professional astronauts, the opportunity to leave the space station and float above the Earth is a rare and exhilarating experience.

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    Create a bespoke objet dart

    Born in Turin, Giampiero Bodino was an architecture student when he first experienced the world of design. With accommodation at the Bulgari Hotel in Milan and VIP access to a private lounge located on Monte Napoleone, this experience is for those who appreciate the profoundly moving and sculptural work of this Master Craftsman.

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    The most prestigious fashion event in the world

    Spanning 9 days, more than 100 designers descend upon the City of Light to present the most highly coveted fashion from the world’s most emblematic brands. This experience is for those who seek to immerse themselves in a world of fashion, creativity, glamour and style with private transfers, accommodation at the luxurious Hotel Plaza Athenee and unprecedented VIP access and seating to shows of your choice.

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    One of the world’s great fashion spectacles

    Established in 1958, Milan Fashion Week is undoubtedly the most prestigious showcase of Italian fashion in the world. Presenting more than 170 shows by designers such as Armani, Versace, Dolce and Gabbana and Prada, this biannual event is staged throughout the Quadrilatero della Moda in Milan and attracts the worlds fashion, film and art elite.

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    An intimate and rare experience

    Based in Maranello, Italy, Ferrari is arguably the most iconic luxury sports car manufacturer in the world. With the most successful Formula One Team in history, Ferrari road cars are seen as a symbol of speed, status and wealth. This experience will see you venture into the iconic Ferrari Factory for an intimate and rare behind the scenes tour.




  • Neue Luxury • Art • News • BY Neue Luxury SHARE

    Mavis Ngallametta | QAGOMA

    1 March — 2 August 2020

    A major exhibition honouring the life and work of the late Aurukun artist Mavis Ngallametta (1944–2019), opened at the Q

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    Asia’s most prestigious prize for contemporary artists

    The Sovereign Art Foundation (SAF) announced the names of 31 mid-career artists shortlisted as finalists for The 2020 So

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    July—9 September 2020

    A major exhibition by leading Australian artist Lindy Lee will be presented at Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art Austr

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    12 June – 27 September 2020

    Taking place in the summer of 2020, Helsinki Biennial announced the 40 artists and groups of artists participating in th

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    20 February 2019—Summer 2020

    From February 20 through summer 2020 the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum will present Countryside, The Future, an exhibitio

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    Contemporary Indigenous Fashion

    Australia’s first major survey of contemporary Indigenous Australian textiles and fashion will now open at Bendigo Art G

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    Opening late 2020 at the V&A

    In 2020, the V&A will mark the 500th anniversary of Raphael’s death by transforming the way museum visitors experience t

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    Biennale of Sydney | Reopens

    Nirin extended to September 2020

    Following an recent government announcement that museums and galleries will be permitted to reopen in June, the Biennale

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