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Logitech’s $100 Adaptive Gaming Kit finishes what Xbox’s XAC started

Enlarge / The four button types included in the 12-button Logitech Adaptive Gaming Kit bundle, along with one of its two "hook-and-loop" mounting boards. reader comments 5 with 5 posters ... Read More

The New York Day Sales: Highlights and Records from Modern and Contemporary Auctions

New records were set for Ruth Asawa, Julie Curtiss, Jaume Plensa, and more. Read More The post The New York Day Sales: Highlights and Records from Modern and Contemporary Auctions ... Read More

DANIEL ISN’T REAL Giveaway: Win an iTunes Code From Samuel Goldwyn Films

Daniel Isn't Real is one of my personal favorite genre pics this year and Samuel Goldwyn Films is going to release it in U.S. theaters, on digital and on demand ... Read More

The Future Perfect celebrates “radical, feckless” ceramics in Mess exhibition

Design gallery The Future Perfect is exhibiting weird and wonderful ceramic homeware and accessories across its locations in Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco. The Future Perfect teamed up ... Read More

The Science Museum’s £24 million exhibition gives medicine a human face

Medicine: The Wellcome Galleries spans over 500 years of medical objects. The post The Science Museum’s £24 million exhibition gives medicine a human face appeared first on Design Week ... Read More

Ex-Whitney Veteran Donna De Salvo Is Returning to the Dia Art Foundation as a Special Projects Curator

De Salvo left the Whitney Museum in June after organizing the recent smash Andy Warhol retrospective. The post Ex-Whitney Veteran Donna De Salvo Is Returning to the Dia Art Foundation ... Read More

Nan Goldin’s Opioid Activist Group Storms the Victoria & Albert Museum in London to Protest the Sackler Family’s Ties to the Museum

The protest group is calling out the museum's director, Tristram Hunt, for his outspoken support of the Sacklers. The post Nan Goldin’s Opioid Activist Group Storms the Victoria & Albert ... Read More

An Artist Has Won a Three-Year Legal Battle to Force a German Museum to Publicly Release Its 3D Scan of a Bust of Nefertiti

Cosmo Wenman hopes to make museums' 3D scans available to the public. The post An Artist Has Won a Three-Year Legal Battle to Force a German Museum to Publicly Release ... Read More

Frank Miller inks deal for a Sin City TV series based on his neo-noir comics

Enlarge / Mickey Rourke played tough guy Marv in the 2005 film, Sin City, and its 2014 sequel, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. YouTube/Miramax reader comments 38 with ... Read More

Nan Goldin’s P.A.I.N. Group Protests ‘Proud’ Support from Sackler Family at Victoria & Albert Museum in London [UPDATED]

Earlier this year, the museum's director said the institution was "proud" to receive funding from the family. Read More The post Nan Goldin’s P.A.I.N. Group Protests ‘Proud’ Support from Sackler ... Read More

Friday One Sheet: LINE OF DUTY Races The Clock

This Aaron Eckhart race against the clock thriller, Line of Duty (previously, it had a more interesting title, Live!) may not exactly be getting stellar reviews, and is being unceremoniously ... Read More

Architecture Office’s co-working space in Syracuse “reinvigorates the notion of a cubicle”

Black mesh screens encase the work cubicles in a co-working space designed by American studio Architecture Office in downtown Syracuse, New York. ShareCuse is a 3,200 square-foot (297 square-metres) shared ... Read More

The Netherlands reveals new identity and drops “Holland” for good

The updated international logo is a “true reflection of the Dutch mentality” and is central to a brand strategy based around openness, inventiveness and inclusivity. The post The Netherlands reveals ... Read More

Venice’s Regional Council Voted Against Climate-Change Measures This Week. Only Minutes Later, Their Chambers Flooded

The city is experiencing its worst flooding in half a century. The post Venice’s Regional Council Voted Against Climate-Change Measures This Week. Only Minutes Later, Their Chambers Flooded appeared first ... Read More

George Soros’s Foundation Is Launching a $15 Million Initiative to Repatriate Cultural Objects to African Nations

The project will support African organizations campaigning for the return of artifacts taken during the colonial era. The post George Soros’s Foundation Is Launching a $15 Million Initiative to Repatriate ... Read More

‘Maybe Adam Driver Can Help Set Things Right’: Jenny Holzer on Why She Teamed With Amazon to Promote Its New Political Drama

'The Report' focuses on the fight to make public evidence of CIA torture. The post ‘Maybe Adam Driver Can Help Set Things Right’: Jenny Holzer on Why She Teamed With ... Read More

Why Did the US Deny Kurdish Artist Zehra Doğan’s Visa? She Doesn’t Know—and She’s Not the Only One Affected

"They made me feel like a criminal," the artist said of the visa application process. The post Why Did the US Deny Kurdish Artist Zehra Doğan’s Visa? She Doesn’t Know—and ... Read More

A Gallery Attendant at a Scottish Museum Has Long Made Art on the Side. He Just Won One of His Country’s Biggest Art Prizes

Michael Youds, a gallery attendant at the Scottish National Galleries, won the Scottish Portrait Award, one of Scotland’s biggest art prizes. The post A Gallery Attendant at a Scottish Museum ... Read More

From Auction Antics in New York to Historic Flooding in Venice: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week

Catch up on this week's news—fast. The post From Auction Antics in New York to Historic Flooding in Venice: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week appeared ... Read More

Google search results have more human help than you think, report finds

Enlarge / Mountain View, Calif.—May 21, 2018: Exterior view of a Googleplex building, the corporate headquarters of Google and parent company Alphabet. reader comments 40 with 37 posters participating Share ... Read More

Suspect in Famed Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Heist Released from Prison

David Turner has denied having played a role in the theft of 13 masterworks. Read More The post Suspect in Famed Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Heist Released from Prison appeared ... Read More

AFI Fest 2019 Preview: 5 Can’t Miss Picks from Hollywood’s Biggest Fest

Corpus ChristiJan Komasa's story of a juvenile criminal masquerading as a priest has been gaining a lot of momentum in the International Feature Oscar race. As Poland's entry, it follows ... Read More

Euroboden reveals design of “brutalist” Hammerschmidt office in Munich

Dezeen promotion: Euroboden has revealed visuals of a concrete office building near Munich, Germany, designed by Arno Brandlhuber and Muck Petzet. Named Hammerschmidt, the linear "brutalist structure" will measure 16,000 square-metres ... Read More

Pentagram’s Emily Oberman designs new Warner Bros. identity

The project, which centres around an updated “WB” shield, aims to lay the groundwork for the company’s future ahead of its centenary in 2023. The post Pentagram’s Emily Oberman designs ... Read More

Ben Affleck Is in Recovery in First Trailer for Sports Drama ‘The Way Back’

Warner Bros. Pictures has released the first trailer for the upcoming sports drama The Way Back, and it looks kind of great. The film stars Ben Affleck as a former ... Read More

‘The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run’ Trailer Features… Keanu Reeves?

After two previously successful big-screen adaptations, everyone’s favorite sponge is back for round three. SpongeBob Squarepants is heading back to the movies in 2020’s The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the ... Read More

New Trailer for Michael Bay’s ‘6 Underground’ Ruins the Peace and Quiet of Italy

If you ever wanted to see Ryan Reynolds ride shotgun while a pack of extreme youths savage the peace, tranquility, and historically significant art of Italy in ways that only ... Read More
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