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‘Lords of Chaos’ Trailer Chronicles a Norwegian Black Metal Band’s Descent into Darkness

It might be easy to assume that a Norwegian Black Metal band could be capable of heinous acts including gruesome murders and church burnings, but it wasn’t what Mayhem started ... Read More

‘Dogman’ Trailer: Vengeance, Petty Crime, and Dog Grooming in an Italian Village

What starts off as a charming trailer about a dog groomer in a small Italian town soon turns into a nightmarish story of an innocent man at the mercy of ... Read More

Art Industry News: Welsh Garage Owner Sells His Christmas Present From Banksy for Six Figures + Other Stories

Plus, the new editor of New York magazine is also a sculptor and star Tate curator Zoe Whitley heads to London's Hayward Gallery. The post Art Industry News: Welsh Garage ... Read More

A Scammer Pretending to Be Wendi Deng Murdoch Duped Two Photographers Out of Thousands of Dollars

The elaborate scam tricked the photographers into paying thousands up front to participate in a project that never materialized. The post A Scammer Pretending to Be Wendi Deng Murdoch Duped ... Read More

Gallery-Share Initiative Condo Launches a VIP App to Connect Galleries and Collectors

The app founders hope it will demystify collecting and add transparency to the market. The post Gallery-Share Initiative Condo Launches a VIP App to Connect Galleries and Collectors appeared first ... Read More

KAWS Is Unveiling an Enormous 11-Story Sculpture in Taipei, His Largest Work to Date

The work will likely find an eager audience in the Taiwanese capital. The post KAWS Is Unveiling an Enormous 11-Story Sculpture in Taipei, His Largest Work to Date appeared first ... Read More

From Kanye West’s $10 Million Gift to Jeff Koons’s Latest Round of Layoffs: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week

Catch up on this weeks news—fast. The post From Kanye West’s $10 Million Gift to Jeff Koons’s Latest Round of Layoffs: The Best and Worst of the Art World This ... Read More

DEMONS: Take A First Look A Daniel Hui’s Berlin Selected Dark Satire

Singpore director Daniel Hui wades right in to the thick of the debate around sexual politics, manipulation and abuse of power with his new feature Demons. Following a successful bow ... Read More

‘We Want to Invest in the Region’: FOG and Untitled Fairs Bring Out Dealers, Collectors in San Francisco

It's been a whirlwind week for art in the Bay Area, with a bevy of exhibition openings and two Patti Smith concerts. Read More The post ‘We Want to Invest ... Read More

“Our worst fears have come true,” VW Group exec wrote to Audi exec

Enlarge / A sign for car service for Audi and VW is pictured on January 09, 2019 in Berlin, Germany. Photo by Florian Gaertner/Photothek via Getty Images reader comments 66 ... Read More

Foster, Calatrava and SOM on shortlist for new Chicago O’Hare airport terminal

Five teams of architects are in the running to redesign Chicago's O'Hare international airport, with Foster + Partners and Santiago Calatrava among the list of firms participating in the competition. Chicago's Department of ... Read More

New look for Ionity – the electric car charging company backed by automotive giants

The visual system created by SomeOne is based on movement patterns of birds gliding on thermal columns, which allow them to travel long distances with ease. The post New look ... Read More

‘True Detective’ Trailer Teases What’s Coming in the Weeks Ahead

True Detective is back, in more ways than one. The HBO series first launched in 2014 and is largely responsible for two current TV trends: having one director helm an ... Read More

First ‘John Wick 3’ Trailer Sends Keanu Reeves Back into Action

The first trailer for John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum is here at long last! Director Chad Stahelski returns to take the helm after co-directing the first John Wick and the ... Read More

New ‘gen:LOCK’ Trailer Throws Viewers Right into All-Out, Action-Packed Mecha Madness

Rooster Teeth treated their faithful fans to a sneak peek of their new animated series gen:LOCK during a recent airing of their hit anime show RWBY, but soon viewers everywhere ... Read More

‘The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot’ Trailer Reveals a Legendary Sam Elliott

A title as epic as The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot has a lot to live up to. But with Sam Elliott starring, well, it seems to be ... Read More

How a Legendary Alexander Calder Installation Got Ensnared in Sears’s Tortuous Bankruptcy Saga

Once installed in Chicago's Sears Tower, the fate of Calder's work hangs in the balance of the retailer's bankruptcy proceedings. The post How a Legendary Alexander Calder Installation Got Ensnared ... Read More

Who Shops FOG Design+Art? We Cornered 12 Enthusiastic Visitors (and One Dog) at the Sleek San Francisco Fair

At the preview for FOG Design+Art, we stopped a few collectors and other visitors to gather their thoughts on the West Coast fair. The post Who Shops FOG Design+Art? We ... Read More

Walker Art Center Looks Past Scandal With an Open Call to Native American Artists for a New Public Commission

The project follows through on assurances made to Dakota elders in the wake of the Sam Durant controversy. The post Walker Art Center Looks Past Scandal With an Open Call ... Read More

Veteran Curator Marc-Olivier Wahler Hopes His New Paris Art Center Will Draw in People by Accident

The former director of the Palais de Tokyo is betting that an innovative model will attract a non-traditional crowd. The post Veteran Curator Marc-Olivier Wahler Hopes His New Paris Art ... Read More

Who Needs Assistants When You Have Robots? Jeff Koons Lays Off Dozens in a Move Toward a Decentralized, Automated Studio Practice

After dozens more layoffs and a studio move, Jeff Koons appears to be done with the robust in-house workforce he was once known for. The post Who Needs Assistants When ... Read More

‘We’re All in Freefall’: Museum Workers Scramble for Cash Amid the Longest US Government Shutdown in History

Employees of federal museums are looking for part-time work, anxiously checking their bank balances, and fretting about what's to come. The post ‘We’re All in Freefall’: Museum Workers Scramble for ... Read More

THE MAN WHO KILLED HITLER AND THEN THE BIGFOOT Trailer

Robert D. Krzykowski's lengthy titled film The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Bigfoot is hitting U.S. cinemas, On Demand and VOD on February 8th. Distrbiutor RJLE Films has ... Read More

Claudia Wieser at Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco

See images from one notable show every weekday. Read More The post Claudia Wieser at Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco appeared first on ARTnews ... Read More

Mortal Kombat 11 gameplay as seen by a ‘90s arcade rat

Enlarge / Scorpion has come a long way in Mortal Kombat 11, but he's still a golden ninja with flaming powers, so it works for me. reader comments 15 with ... Read More

Dezeen Weekly features an ultra-high-resolution photo and a banned sex toy

The latest edition of our newsletter Dezeen Weekly features a birds-eye-view photograph made up of 195 gigapixels and a sex toy for women that was controversially banned from CES for being "immoral". Subscribe ... Read More

Designer van to travel US capturing people’s stories in tourism campaign

Etienne Bardelli has created the graphics for a Chevrolet Impala and Volkswagen camper van, which move around the vast country collecting local people’s experiences to be shared online. The post ... Read More
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