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The MFA Boston Has Apologized to Students Whose Teacher Says Museum Staff Racially Profiled Them

The teacher says staff also followed the students too closely. The post The MFA Boston Has Apologized to Students Whose Teacher Says Museum Staff Racially Profiled Them appeared first on ... Read More

From Banksy’s Ill-Fated Trip to Venice to Ai Weiwei’s Lawsuit Against Volkswagen: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week

Catch up on this week's news—fast. The post From Banksy’s Ill-Fated Trip to Venice to Ai Weiwei’s Lawsuit Against Volkswagen: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week ... Read More

Cannes 2019 Review: I LOST MY BODY Cuts a Lyrical Slice of Life Through Fantastical Means

Who could have predicted that the perilous adventures of a severed hand would help pave the way to one of the most impactful cinematic journeys of Cannes 2019? A seemingly ... Read More

MFA Boston Details Investigation Into Racist Incident, Announces Response

Two visitors have been banned from the museum. Read More The post MFA Boston Details Investigation Into Racist Incident, Announces Response appeared first on ARTnews ... Read More

Apple releases iOS 12.3.1 and a supplemental update for macOS 10.14.5

Enlarge / From left to right: the iPhone 8, the iPhone XS, the iPhone XR, and the iPhone XS Max. Samuel Axon reader comments 17 with 15 posters participating Share ... Read More

This week, Clerkenwell Design Week and Venice Art Biennale took place

This week on Dezeen, Clerkenwell Design Week took place in London and the 58th Venice Art Biennale opened its doors to a host of exhibitions, pavilions and installations. Clerkenwell Design Week ... Read More

Cantaloupe Boobs? Numerous Artists Are Accusing Chris Brown of Ripping Off Their Work in His Bawdy New Music Video

A shapely beach bum? Before they appeared in Chris Brown's new music video, these visual puns were works of art. The post Cantaloupe Boobs? Numerous Artists Are Accusing Chris Brown ... Read More

‘I View All Space as Public’: Sarah Morris Explains Why Nothing Is Off Limits in Her New Paintings and Films

The artist's current show at White Cube in London is her first UK exhibition in six years. The post ‘I View All Space as Public’: Sarah Morris Explains Why Nothing ... Read More

An Activist Collective Has Infiltrated the Whitney Museum, Replacing Visitor Guides With Sneaky Lookalikes Criticizing Its Board

The (De)Institutional Research Team, or (D)IRT, aims to educate visitors about what it calls the “Crisis at the Whitney.” The post An Activist Collective Has Infiltrated the Whitney Museum, Replacing ... Read More

Art Industry News: The Financial Times Tries to Throw Cold Water on the White-Hot Art Market + Other Stories

Plus, the US Supreme Court declines a Nazi loot case, and Ai Weiwei writes and op-ed to explain why he's taking Volkswagen to court. The post Art Industry News: The ... Read More

Friday One Sheet: THE NIGHTINGALE

The key art for Jennifer Kent's follow-up to the instant cult-classic (and eventually gay icon) The Babadook, takes a page from Joachim Trier's domestic drama slash supernatural coming of age ... Read More

Morning Links: Infuriating Art Edition

Here's what we're reading this morning. Read More The post Morning Links: Infuriating Art Edition appeared first on ARTnews ... Read More

Rocket Report: SpaceX sues the federal government, Chinese launch failure

Enlarge / The Electron launch vehicle is ready to soar. reader comments 9 with 6 posters participating Share this story Welcome to Edition 2.01 of the Rocket Report! This week ... Read More

Christian Bauer suspends pedestrian and cycle path beneath Pont Adolphe in Luxembourg

A four-metre-wide path now hangs underneath the Pont Adolphe bridge in Luxembourg, with a lightweight steel system that acts like a "well-controlled spider's web". Local studio CBA Architects, led by ... Read More

Viva La Vulva and Microsoft’s Adaptive Controller top D&AD Awards 2019

The annual, global awards scheme, which famously rewards its winners with black, yellow, graphite and wood pencils, has announced its 720 winners for this year. The post Viva La Vulva ... Read More

First Trailer for ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ Reveals the New Linda Hamilton-Led Sequel

Paramount Pictures and Skydance have released the first Terminator: Dark Fate trailer for the sixth installment in the popular franchise. Rather than a total reboot, Dark Fate is described as ... Read More

First Trailer for ‘Abominable’ Introduces Animated Yeti Magic

With DreamWorks Animation having recently wrapped up its fantastic film franchise How to Train Your Dragon, they’re hoping that an upcoming co-production with Pearl Studio might just be the first ... Read More

Banksy Got Thrown Out of the Most Famous Piazza in Venice for Illegally Selling His Art—and You Can Watch a Video of It Happening Here

It appears the artist was in town for the Venice Biennale. The post Banksy Got Thrown Out of the Most Famous Piazza in Venice for Illegally Selling His Art—and You ... Read More

Art Industry News: Now a Curator Too, Tilda Swinton Will Open Her First Exhibition in New York + Other Stories

Plus, Sotheby's will hold aboriginal Australian art sales in New York and Francois Pinault hires Macron's spin doctor to lead his art collection. The post Art Industry News: Now a ... Read More

To Prevent an ‘Uproar’, Trump’s Treasury Secretary Is Delaying the New Harriet Tubman $20 Bill Until the President Is Out of Office

The bill was supposed to be released in 2020. The post To Prevent an ‘Uproar’, Trump’s Treasury Secretary Is Delaying the New Harriet Tubman $20 Bill Until the President Is ... Read More

The Endangered Sounds of the Swiss Countryside Will Reverberate Through Art Basel in an Eco-Conscious Art Installation

A one-night performance will accompany the installation. The post The Endangered Sounds of the Swiss Countryside Will Reverberate Through Art Basel in an Eco-Conscious Art Installation appeared first on artnet ... Read More

For Just $33, You Can Take a Tour of the Louvre When the Museum Is Normally Closed to the Public

In a bid to attract more locals, the Louvre and Airbnb have launched exclusive tours and intimate evening concerts at the museum. The post For Just $33, You Can Take ... Read More

A Seattle Man Discovered a Trove of Long-Lost Weegee Photos From 1937 in His Kitchen Cabinet

The man originally bought the 73 images at a second-hand shop in the 1970s. The post A Seattle Man Discovered a Trove of Long-Lost Weegee Photos From 1937 in His ... Read More

A NIGHT OF HORROR: NIGHTMARE RADIO: Teaser Images Horror Anthology

Our friends from Blood Window hosted their Showcase at Cannes over the past weekend. Today we got our first look at one of the projects presented as a work in ... Read More

Nalini Malani Wins $77,800 Joan Miró Prize

She will have an exhibition at the Fundació Joan Miró in 2020. Read More The post Nalini Malani Wins $77,800 Joan Miró Prize appeared first on ARTnews ... Read More

Staffsource: Ars staffers share their favorite books to get lost in this summer

Valentina Palladino reader comments 1 with 1 posters participating Share this story Summer is the perfect time to catch up on all the things you've been meaning to do—like get ... Read More

Allbright opens Mayfair club with all-female art on the walls

Woman-only member's club Allbright has opened a venue in London's Mayfair with work exclusively by female artists across its five floors. The townhouse on Maddox Street is the second outpost ... Read More
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