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Boulle ancient and modern

An exhibition of classic French marquetry coincides with the completion of a contemporary cabinet-maker’s work with the same technique—but cut by laser

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Asia Week in the galleries

From Shang to the present, Asian art in all its diversity

What's on in New York: Tackling the digital age

Shows include the first retrospective of images by Hiro at Pace/MacGill and Todd Eberle's computer portraits

What's On in London: July '99 to see major Degas show and resurgence of Philpot

Carolyn Sergeant's energised flower studies and Peter Coke's seashell constructions will also receive exposure this month

London galleries: Our past shopping experiences immortalised at Hales Gallery

Maurizio Cattelan kicks out at English football, Paolini frames “the author” at the Lisson Gallery and Halley sticks to paint

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What's on in London: Glass extravagance at Mallett's and Richard Green’s cabinet of Dutch delights

Also on show are Ewan Uglow’s precise drawings at Browse and Darby and the diverse talents of Underwood at the Redfern Gallery

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What's on in London: Two Julian Trevelyan exhibitions mark a decade since his death and Toko Shinoda's first major show in the city

Shifting between figuration and abstraction with the St Ives school, Kitty North's residence-cum-gallery, Andrew Gifford's textured surfaces and Warhol's studio re-imagined

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What's on in New York: Gramercy International kicks off the month

While women Abstract Expressionists come to Long Island, chilling still-lifes plus true confessions in Soho

Exceptional new Bacon survey on show at the Pompidou

An Italian designer and considerable use of natural light for David Sylvester’s new survey of nearly ninety paintings, which includes working studies never previously exhibited


Taiwan round-up: Belgian Expressionists, Warhol and a new museum in Kaohsiung

Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts opens a year ahead of schedule

Swiss Bacon exhibition includes work he tried to destroy

Lugano makes attempt to compensate for losing best of the Thyssen collection

What's On in Paris: Marthe Wery's indoor infrastructure, Giacometti's drawings and John Coplans's images of anatomy

Also, Di Meo houses Jean-François Briant's agricultural symbols and Vidal-Saint Phalle partners with Saint-Etienne's Museum of Modern Art for Vincent Bioules show

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What's On in Paris: Connecticut art as an export and Warhol's preliminary shots

Also, a exhibitors unite for show entitled "Art spoken here" and sculptor Ronald Jones's debut exhibition in France

Zygmunt Vogel’s vision of Warsaw

These 36 watercolours of the city were crucial in its reconstruction

What's on: Real fakes

Rotonda della Besana, Milan

What's On: Fundació Caixa de Pensions to host Hodgkin retrospective and exhibition in recognition of Vuillard's fiftieth anniversary

Also scheduled is "Passage de l'Image", in which the different ways in which artists have adopted electronic media are charted