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10 contemporary homes that make clever use of marble

Marble is often used in the home for kitchen and bathroom surfaces, but there are also plenty of other ways it can be employed to add character to living spaces. Interiors ... Read More

How Carlsberg has “grown up” and ditched its “laddish” persona

As Carlsberg unveils a sleek new branding design this month, alongside updated packaging that looks to reduce its plastic waste production, we speak to Taxi Studio about how the beer ... Read More

Top picks of exhibitors to see at London Design Fair 2018

From colourful, decorative wall-tape aimed at renters through to a way to capture memories of lost loved ones – we round-up some of the best exhibition stalls at this year’s ... Read More

Top picks of exhibitors to see at London Design Fair 2018

From colourful, decorative wall-tape aimed at renters through to a way to capture memories of lost loved ones – we round-up some of the best exhibition stalls at this year’s ... Read More

New ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ Trailer Reveals Barry Jenkins’ Lush ‘Moonlight’ Follow-Up

Annapurna Pictures has released a new, full-length trailer for If Beale Street Could Talk. Based on the novel by James Baldwin, the story follows lovers Fonny and Tish who must ... Read More

New ‘My Dinner with Hervé’ Trailer Explores the Wild Ride to an Unlikely Friendship

In My Dinner with Hervé, a journalist, David Tate (Jamie Dornan) and a network star Hervé Villechaize (Peter Dinklage) become friends. It doesn’t seem that riveting or unusual until you dig a ... Read More

WAGE Just Released a Calculator That Tells Artists If They’re Getting Paid Fairly for Their Work

WAGENCY offers artists an online system to calculate, request, and negotiate fees for everything from exhibitions to lectures. The post WAGE Just Released a Calculator That Tells Artists If They’re ... Read More

‘We Don’t Want to See a Wall Anymore’: Berlin Shuts Down an Artist’s Bold Plan to Rebuild the Barrier

The planned reconstruction sparked a powerful backlash even though it was due to be torn down on the anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. The post ‘We Don’t ... Read More

Art Industry News: Jeffrey Deitch on Why He Has ‘Zero Bitterness’ Over the Whole MOCA Thing + Other Stories

Plus, Nan Goldin launches luxury bag range and Damien Hirst's ex-manger makes a killing at the auctions, again. The post Art Industry News: Jeffrey Deitch on Why He Has ‘Zero ... Read More

Hedge Funds Are Trying to Outbid UK Museums to Buy a Collection of Historic Titanic Artifacts

The museums have until October 5 to make a counteroffer. The post Hedge Funds Are Trying to Outbid UK Museums to Buy a Collection of Historic Titanic Artifacts appeared first ... Read More

Who Owns Graffiti? A Judge Allows a Street Artist’s Lawsuit Against General Motors to Move Forward

The decision could set a precedent for how we depict buildings that contain street art. The post Who Owns Graffiti? A Judge Allows a Street Artist’s Lawsuit Against General Motors ... Read More

In a Turnabout, the Met Plans to Hand Over the Breuer Building to the Frick in 2020—Three Years Before Its Lease Is Up

The Met will refocus its Modern and contemporary art efforts on its Fifth Avenue flagship. The post In a Turnabout, the Met Plans to Hand Over the Breuer Building to ... Read More

Blu-ray Review: Criterion’s ANDREI RUBLEV Is A Stacked Disc

I've noticed a trend in recent Criterion releases: the paucity of the special features. The default mode seems to have become one or two newly-recorded interviews, an archival video feature, ... Read More

Japan has attempted to land two tiny rovers on a distant asteroid

Enlarge / The Hayabusa2 spacecraft spies its shadow Thursday night as it descends toward Ryugu to deploy two small rovers.reader comments 18 Share this story Japan's Hayabusa2 spacecraft hasn't garnered ... Read More

Gareth Pugh celebrates “outsider society” with Spring Summer 2019 collection

British fashion designer Gareth Pugh takes inspiration from society's outcasts with his latest collection, which he describes as "uncompromising, anarchic and fiercely confrontational". Pugh's Spring Summer 2019 collection, presented at the ... Read More

Royal Opera House waves goodbye to “elitist” image with new space

The £50m refurbishment project has been led by architectural firm Stanton Williams, and features areas that the public can use without having to buy a ticket to a performance. The ... Read More

New ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ Trailer Gets Weird on the Internet

The latest trailer for Ralph Breaks the Internet, a.k.a. Wreck-It Ralph 2, is the best yet at delivering plot nuggets and Internet weirdness. It turns out that the reason our title character ... Read More

‘The Oath’ Red-Band Trailer: Thanksgiving Drama Takes a Violent Turn

When it comes to political divisiveness in America’s households, The Oath takes things to the extreme. As we wrote when the film’s first teaser trailer was released, The Oath — written, ... Read More

New ‘Daredevil’ Trailer Reveals Season 3 Premiere Date and First Footage

Netflix has revealed a new trailer for Daredevil Season 3 and not only does it have the first footage, it’s got a shiny new release date too. Last time we saw Matt ... Read More

New ‘Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween’ Trailer Reveals More of R.L. Stine’s Horrors

If you’re looking for some relatively tame scares this Halloween season that the whole family can enjoy, you might want to take a look at Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween. Inspired by ... Read More

Walk of Shame? A Guerrilla Artist Put Donald Trump’s Hollywood Star Behind Bars—Literally

The star was recently destroyed by a vandal with a pickax. The post Walk of Shame? A Guerrilla Artist Put Donald Trump’s Hollywood Star Behind Bars—Literally appeared first on artnet ... Read More

For His Latest Spectacle, JR Will Unveil a Massive Installation at Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate

JR took on the US-Mexico border wall, and now he is celebrating the fall of the Berlin Wall. The post For His Latest Spectacle, JR Will Unveil a Massive Installation ... Read More

Art Industry News: Ai Weiwei Has Decided to Embark on a Quieter Life in Upstate New York + Other Stories

Plus, Ana Mendieta finally gets an obituary in the New York Times, and was Caravaggio killed by the sword not syphilis? The post Art Industry News: Ai Weiwei Has Decided ... Read More

Gems Worn by Elizabeth Taylor and Anita Ekberg Glitter in the Kremlin Museums as Bulgari Fêtes Its Legacy as Jeweler to the Stars

The exhibition tells the story of Bulgari's storied past with previously unseen treasures culled from famous collections. The post Gems Worn by Elizabeth Taylor and Anita Ekberg Glitter in the ... Read More

Ousted CSU Long Beach Museum Director Vows to Fight Her ‘Shocking’ Dismissal

Was Kimberli Meyer's firing connected to lauren woods's anti-racist artwork? The post Ousted CSU Long Beach Museum Director Vows to Fight Her ‘Shocking’ Dismissal appeared first on artnet News ... Read More

Toronto 2018 Interview: Kristen Stewart, Laura Dern, Savannah Knoop, and Justin Kelly on JEREMIAH TERMINATOR LEROY

The JT LeRoy story - or hoax, as some would prefer to call it - all comes down to how one chooses to perceive it. Those who say “nay”, scoff ... Read More

‘Interrogate the World as It Is and Imagine How It Could Be’: Four Trailblazing Artists in ‘Soul of a Nation’ Discuss the Show and Their Careers

The exhibition of work by African-American artists, including Ming Smith, Betye Saar, William T. Williams, and Senga Nengudi, just opened at the Brooklyn Museum. Read More The post ‘Interrogate the ... Read More
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