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Jul. 25

Last Week of Paul Klee at The Centre Pompidou

The first big retrospective of Klee’s works in France for almost 50 years, The Centre Pompidou brings together over 250 pieces from galleries across the world, the Zentrum Paul Klee and private collections. Until Aug 01.

Jul. 26

Wright’s The Four Seasons Auction

Some 500 lots of tableware, furniture and other designer features from the recently closed restaurant The Four Seasons go under the hammer at this one day auction held within the iconic eatery’s interior.

Jul. 27

108 Restaurant Opens

The successful popup venture of chef Kristian Baumann, in collaboration with Rene Redzepi, settles into a permanent residence, plating its meticulously researched ingredient-driven fare from the urban centre of Christianshavn Harbor.
Photo: Hannah Grant

Jul. 28

Sydney International Boat Show

The Aussie hub welcomes some of the world's most beautiful vessels to Cockle Bay Marina. Until 1 August.

Jul. 28

Last Month of Collete Dinnigan: Unlaced

At Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum, this exhibition explores the signature lace works of the acclaimed Australian fashion designer Colette Dinnigan by way of ensembles, archival materials from both the museum’s vaults and the artist herself. Until Aug 28.

Jul. 28

65th Melbourne International Film Festival

Showcasing select titles from Cannes alongside a host of big-name headliners, internationals, documentaries and shorts. MIFF also explores future frontiers of film-making, with a special session by leading VR pioneer and writer/director Eric Darnell. Until Aug 14.

Jul. 30

The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Waikiki Beach Opens

This 307-residence resort offers the expected top-crust comforts set just 5 minutes stroll from the renowned Waikiki Beach.

Jul. 30

RM Sotheby’s Motor City Auction

The official auction of the Concours d’Elegance of America at St. John’s, a cornucopia of rarefied cars should have collectors intrigued – including a piece of contemporary American automotive history in the 2006 Heritage Edition Ford GT.

Aug. 01

Il Sereno Lago di Como Opens

On the tranquil banks of Lake Como, this sister property to St Barths’ acclaimed Le Sereno resort makes a dashing first impression with Patricia Urquiola-designed interiors, an infinity pool and a private beach.

Aug. 01

Soul Bar & Bistro Reopens

Reopened after a near month-long renovation effort, this trendy Viaduct Harbour eatery and watering hole now feature a new look to its lively atmosphere and sundown position.

Aug. 02

Last Month of À ciel ouvert (Open Air), Felice Varini at MAMO

Given free rein on the Marseille Modulor (MAMO), the art centre atop the Le Corbusier-designed Cité Radieuse, Swiss artist Felice Varini makes full use of the spectacular architecture to produce a trio of forced perspective paintings that underline the structural magnificence of its setting. Until 2 Oct.

Aug. 03

69th Locarno Film Festival

Focusing on the films, rather than the glamour, the Locarno Festival has gained a reputation for unearthing new talents. Huge outdoors screenings at the Piazza Grande serve as the public will, with the 8000-strong audience voting to award the Prix du Public UBS – one of the 25 trophies up for contention. Until Aug 13.