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‘The Sisters Brothers’ Trailer: Joaquin Phoenix & John C. Reilly Are Hired Guns in the Old West

Annapurna Pictures has released the excellent first trailer for The Sisters Brothers, the upcoming Western dark comedy based on the novel of the same name by Patrick deWitt. The adaptation ... Read More

New ‘A Simple Favor’ Teaser Further Reveals Paul Feig’s Crimson Thriller

Lionsgate has released a new teaser trailer for Bridesmaids and Spy filmmaker Paul Feig’s dramatic thriller A Simple Favor. The film marks a change of pace for Feig, who cut ... Read More

New ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor?’ Trailer Is the Feel-Good Moment We Need Today

With the advent of social media, any and all news–fake or otherwise–exists at our beck and call at a whim. That free-flowing information may keep us updated more quickly than ever ... Read More

Art Industry News: Robert Indiana’s Famous ‘LOVE’ Sculpture Started Out as a Much Filthier Word + More Must-Read Stories

Plus, Frida Kahlo is the subject of a new Google art project and a sneak peek of the expanded Glenstone. The post Art Industry News: Robert Indiana’s Famous ‘LOVE’ Sculpture ... Read More

Gerhard Richter Is Selling Over $1 Million of His Art to Help Build 100 Houses for the Homeless

The German artist is donating 18 works to fund the initiative. The post Gerhard Richter Is Selling Over $1 Million of His Art to Help Build 100 Houses for the ... Read More

Art for High Rollers: See the Flashy Contemporary Art That Adorns Las Vegas’s New Palms Casino

Following a $620 million renovation, the revamped casino reopened with a brand new art display. The post Art for High Rollers: See the Flashy Contemporary Art That Adorns Las Vegas’s ... Read More

NIGHT WATCH Author Sergei Lukianenko Returns To The Big Screen With ROUGH COPY

Russian sci fi author Sergei Lukianenko created a global phenomenon with his series of Night Watch novels, books which are not only available all around the world but also provided ... Read More

Berkshire Museum’s Frederic Church Painting Sold to Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

The work had failed to sell at a Sotheby's auction on Wednesday. Read More The post Berkshire Museum’s Frederic Church Painting Sold to Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts appeared ... Read More

Apple has rejected iOS version of Steam Link app, Valve says

Enlarge / A screenshot from the beta version of the Steam Link app, which has been denied approval by Apple.reader comments 84 Share this story Valve says Apple has denied ... Read More

Anna Karlin and Fernando Mastrangelo combine efforts for Chunk tables

New York designers Anna Karlin and Fernando Mastrangelo have collaborated on a limited-edition set of tables that blends their two styles. The Chunk series combines the geometric shapes of Karlin's ... Read More

Mini artworks by Grayson Perry and Tracey Emin feature on Royal Mail stamps

A set of six stamps have been released to mark the 250th birthday of the Royal Academy of the Arts, and have been designed by renowned artists. The post Mini ... Read More

‘Wildlife’ Trailer Reveals Paul Dano’s Stunning Directorial Debut

IFC Films has released the first trailer for Paul Dano’s directorial debut, the phenomenal family drama Wildlife. The film is based on Richard Ford’s novel of the same name, and ... Read More

Art Industry News: Bill Gates Wants You to Read This Art Book + More Must-Read Stories

Plus, the MoMaCha green tea cafe argues MoMA is not "truly famous" and Jim Carrey responds to the Texas school shootings. The post Art Industry News: Bill Gates Wants You ... Read More

Peter Doig Wants to Make Denzil Forrester, a Painter of the Afro-Caribbean Experience in England, Much More Famous

We spoke to Peter Doig and his co-curator, Matthew Higgs, about a great and long-overlooked painter of the Windrush generation. The post Peter Doig Wants to Make Denzil Forrester, a ... Read More

‘That Is a Word That Causes Pain’: A Toronto Museum Takes ‘Indian’ Out of the Title of an Emily Carr Painting

The Art Gallery of Ontario has retitled Carr's 1929 painting. The post ‘That Is a Word That Causes Pain’: A Toronto Museum Takes ‘Indian’ Out of the Title of an ... Read More

Dismissed as a Copy, a Painting by Renaissance Master Andrea Mantegna Is Found After Nearly a Century in Storage

The painting was discovered by a curator at the Accademia Carrara in Bergamo, Italy, The post Dismissed as a Copy, a Painting by Renaissance Master Andrea Mantegna Is Found After ... Read More

Kunsthalle Wien’s Director Will Resign Due to Austria’s Nationalist ‘Resurgence’

"The reach, impact and the possibilities of institutions such as Kunsthalle Wien seem to be put into question," the outgoing director Nicolaus Schafhausen said. The post Kunsthalle Wien’s Director Will ... Read More

THE ICARUS LINE MUST DIE: We Premiere The New Trailer Ahead of Theatrical Run in June

We are not quite a full year since Michael Grodner's film The Icarus Line Must Die premiered in Los Angeles at the Non Plussed Fest last July. We premiered the ... Read More

‘We Are Disappointed but Not Surprised’: After First Round of Sales, Berkshire Museum Pulls in $42 M., Below $55 M. Goal [Updated]

The museum's leadership has the option of selling off 26 more works in order to reach that figure. Read More The post ‘We Are Disappointed but Not Surprised’: After First ... Read More

Apple, VW sign driverless car deal for Apple campus shuttles, NY Times sources say

Enlarge / A T9 Transporter van like this could soon shuttle Apple employees.reader comments 13 Share this story The New York Times reported this evening that Apple entered into a partnership ... Read More

Collective Concept curates 12 design presentations at ICFF

The team behind New York's Collective Design fair is presenting a series of booths at the city's International Contemporary Furniture Fair, showcasing designs including see-saw lighting, striped stone vessels and ... Read More

Studio Blackburn’s refreshed identity for the Canal and River Trust

The design studio has created an abstract logo of a bridge reflected on water to represent the charity, which looks to protect and maintain England and Wales’ waterways. The post ... Read More

Exclusive ‘Humans’ Season 3 Featurette Explores the Fallout from Synth Singularity

There’s a great TV series about humans and the humanoid robots who exist to serve them, and the moment those robots begin to gain their own consciousness and seek to ... Read More

First ‘Damsel’ Trailer Features Robert Pattinson and a Miniature Horse in the Old West

Magnolia Pictures has released the first trailer for the Western comedy Damsel, and it looks positively delightful. The film hails from Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter filmmakers David Zellner and Nathan ... Read More

Netflix Continues Your True-Crime Obsession with ‘The Staircase’ Trailer

This one’s for the true-crime aficionados. You’ve got plenty of ways to spend your free time and Netflix has just as many options to satisfy those desires. If you want ... Read More

First ‘Papillon’ Trailer Promises a Riveting, Real-Life Parisian Prison Drama

Charlie Hunnam might be best known for ridin’ through this world on the small screen, but his big-screen roles have been as diverse in character and style as they have ... Read More

Art Industry News: Houston’s Rothko Chapel Is Vandalized in a Pro-White ‘Hate Incident’ + More Must-Read Stories

Plus, Prospect.5 names new artistic directors and two French dealers are charged in a fake furniture scandal. The post Art Industry News: Houston’s Rothko Chapel Is Vandalized in a Pro-White ... Read More
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