Chicago The three-day Pitchfork Music Festival, hosted by music website Pitchfork, draws to a close today, with more than 40 acts playing on three stages. This year's bill includes Feist, Grimes, Sleigh Bells (pictured), God Speed You! Black Emperor, Vampire Weekend and Beach House. There's also a good showing of hip hop talent including A$AP Rocky, Schoolboy Q, Big K.R.I.T. and Danny Brown. St Petersburg The State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg is hosting the 'Santiago Calatrava: The Quest for Movement' exhibition, the Russian institution's first retrospective of the Spanish master architect and structural engineer's work. The main focus of the show is on Calatrava as a painter and sculptor, and features large-format paintings and sculptures specially commissioned for the event. Paris French art gallerist Denise Rene died last Monday in Paris at the age of 99. She opened her first gallery just after the second world war when the capital was culturally desolate and encouraged international artists to show at her space, which was almost unheard of at that time. Known as the 'queen of abstraction', Rene was a vocal and influential proponent of kinetic and op art, bringing recognition to artists such as Max Ernst, Alexander Calder and Le Corbusier. New York Fela!, the biographical musical about Nigerian musician and activist Fela Kuti, is returning to Broadway for a limited run until August 4. Now on a world tour, this iteration of Fela! is produced by Sean 'Jay Z' Carter, Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith. The show has won Tony awards for best choreography, costumes and sound. Mariaville Lake, New York The 11th annual Camp Bisco ended yesterday at the Indian Lookout Country Club. This festival thrown by jam band The Disco Biscuits has become a destination event. This year's line-up featured big names in electronica and dance music such as dubstep golden boy Skrillex (pictured) and electronic music pioneer Amon Tobin, as well as other danceable acts such as Crystal Castles and Big Boi. Ulan Bator Those hoping to catch Naadam, the annual celebration of traditional Mongolian culture, will have to wait until next year as this year's ended on Friday. The much-photographed festival is a kind of steppe Olympics with competitors facing off in everything from archery and horseback riding, to drinking fermented horse milk and traditional Mongolian wrestling.