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Reilly & Coogan Are Laurel & Hardy in New ‘Stan & Ollie’ Trailer

Sony Pictures Classics has released the official US trailer for the upcoming biopic Stan & Ollie, which chronicles the later years of the iconic comedy duo “Laurel & Hardy.” The ... Read More

How Will Amazon’s New Headquarters Affect the Queens Art Scene? We Asked the Optimistic, Jittery, Outraged Locals

Some art centers welcome the corporation's arrival, while others fear exorbitant rents and hyper-gentrification. The post How Will Amazon’s New Headquarters Affect the Queens Art Scene? We Asked the Optimistic, ... Read More

Art Industry News: Rembrandt’s Fingerprints Are Found on the Surface of a Painting for Sale + Other Stories

Plus, London gets a new addition to its skyline and a Chinese building company is selling shares of a $75 million Michelangelo. The post Art Industry News: Rembrandt’s Fingerprints Are ... Read More

Auction Rainmaker Francis Outred, Who Brought a ‘Masterpiece Mentality’ to Christie’s, Resigns as Postwar and Contemporary Head

He spent a decade at the helm of the department in Europe. The post Auction Rainmaker Francis Outred, Who Brought a ‘Masterpiece Mentality’ to Christie’s, Resigns as Postwar and Contemporary ... Read More

A War on ‘Collective Memory’: A Sober Report Reveals the Extent of the Damage to War-Torn Cultural Sites in Yemen

The document demands that all parties involved in the conflict work to protect Yemen's important cultural heritage. The post A War on ‘Collective Memory’: A Sober Report Reveals the Extent ... Read More

LAPD Reportedly Investigating Street Artist RETNA for Vandalizing a Gallery That Declined to Include His Work in Its Show

The artist was allegedly angry he wasn't showing alongside Damien Hirst. The post LAPD Reportedly Investigating Street Artist RETNA for Vandalizing a Gallery That Declined to Include His Work in ... Read More

The Ancient City of Tenea Only Existed in Myths—Until a Team of Archaeologists Found the Real Thing in Greece

The city is said to have been founded by the Trojans. The post The Ancient City of Tenea Only Existed in Myths—Until a Team of Archaeologists Found the Real Thing ... Read More

Notes on Streaming: Good News, No News and Things That Make Me Wonder

Good news for Criterion, no news for FilmStruck, and studios producing films directly for streaming services make me wonder. Good news: The online Criterion collection, currently hosted as an add-on ... Read More

Francis Outred Resigns as Christie’s Head of Postwar Art

He had been at the auction house for a decade. Read More The post Francis Outred Resigns as Christie’s Head of Postwar Art appeared first on ARTnews ... Read More

Study: It only takes a few seconds for bots to spread misinformation

Enlarge / Visualization of the spread through social media of an article falsely claiming 3 million illegal immigrants voted in the 2016 presidential election. reader comments 18 with 17 posters ... Read More

“Big problems can be resolved through design and creative thinking” say Dezeen Awards judges

With the Dezeen Awards ceremony just six days away, members of the design master jury discuss how this year's shortlist revealed the increasing focus on sustainability in contemporary design. Industrial designer ... Read More

Universal Design Studio on creating Fortnum & Mason’s new London destination

A new bar, restaurant and shop at the Royal Exchange in the City of London has been designed to integrate with the building and accommodate “express” visits. The post Universal ... Read More

Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway Search for Truth in New ‘Serenity’ Trailer

Aviron Pictures has released a new trailer for the upcoming thriller Serenity. The film was written and directed by Steven Knight, the creator of Peaky Blinders and Taboo and the ... Read More

Here’s What’s Coming to Netflix in December 2018

I hope you’ve got a good chunk of vacation time carved out for this December because Netflix is bringing the goods. There are a lot of classic titles and returning ... Read More

‘RoboDoc: The Creation of RoboCop’ Trailer Goes Behind the Bloody Scenes of a Classic

In 1987, Paul Verhoeven delivered one of the bloodiest, most over-the-top sci-fi action flicks ever seen with RoboCop. The story about a cop on death’s doorstep who’s given a second ... Read More

In a Groundbreaking Report, Experts Advise French President Macron to Begin the ‘Restitution’ of Looted African Art

The authors of the highly anticipated document make far-reaching proposals for artifacts in museums' colonial-era collections. The post In a Groundbreaking Report, Experts Advise French President Macron to Begin the ... Read More

Art Industry News: Leveraged-Buyout Tycoon Leon Black and His Wife Debra Give MoMA $40 Million + Other Stories

Plus, a previously unknown—and saucy—fresco is discovered in Pompeii and a Houston museum director makes a surprise move. The post Art Industry News: Leveraged-Buyout Tycoon Leon Black and His Wife ... Read More

Harlem Meets Kalamazoo: 100 Works From the Studio Museum’s Collection Are Hitting the Road in a Two-Year Tour of America

Works by Njideka Akunyili Crosby, Kerry James Marshall, and Kehinde Wiley are among those traveling in the project organized with the American Federation of Arts. The post Harlem Meets Kalamazoo: ... Read More

Jim Carrey ‘Is Definitely an Artist,’ Says Jerry Saltz in a Free-Wheeling Conversation About How Rage at the Right-Wing Fuels Their Work

The actor-turned-artist tweeted a new composition of Mitch McConnell as a turtle from the stage. The post Jim Carrey ‘Is Definitely an Artist,’ Says Jerry Saltz in a Free-Wheeling Conversation ... Read More

Bloomberg Philanthropies Is Giving Parkland, Florida, $1 Million for Public Art That Addresses Gun Violence

Parkland is partnering on the project with the nearby city of Coral Springs. The post Bloomberg Philanthropies Is Giving Parkland, Florida, $1 Million for Public Art That Addresses Gun Violence ... Read More

Delegates From Easter Island Meet With the Top Brass at the British Museum to Demand the Return of a Monumental Head Sculpture

Museum authorities will travel to Rapa Nui to continue the discussion in the coming months. The post Delegates From Easter Island Meet With the Top Brass at the British Museum ... Read More

Now on Blu-ray: Brad Bird Does It Again In INCREDIBLES 2

The Parr Family is back in action in Incredibles 2, the long awaited sequel to Brad Bird's fan favorite Pixar film from 2004. This next chapter in the saga of ... Read More

Artadia Names Winners of 2018 Atlanta Awards

Krista Clark and William Downs will receive $10,000 in unrestricted funds. Read More The post Artadia Names Winners of 2018 Atlanta Awards appeared first on ARTnews ... Read More

Artadia Names Winners of 2018 Atlanta Awards

Krista Clark and William Downs will receive $10,000 in unrestricted funds. Read More The post Artadia Names Winners of 2018 Atlanta Awards appeared first on ARTnews ... Read More

Hacker Ben Heck is back to fix the flawed Neo-Geo Mini

reader comments 6 with 6 posters participating Share this story When the worlds of retro gaming and customized hacks collide, chances are, you'll find Benjamin Heckendorn (better known as Ben ... Read More

Mark Cavagnero creates concrete Chapel for Saint Mary’s in California

A sculptural volume that recalls a church steeple rises high above a concrete chapel in the San Francisco Bay Area, designed by American studio Mark Cavagnero Associates. The Chapel for ... Read More

Forensic Architecture takes top Beazley Designs of the Year 2018 prize

The Design Museum’s annual Beazley DOTY awards and exhibition has announced its overall winner – an investigative digital project shedding light on injustice and war crimes – plus its six ... Read More
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