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Harrison Ford Is Rooster in New ‘Secret Life of Pets 2’ Teaser

A new character trailer has been revealed today by Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment for the upcoming  The Secret Life of Pets 2. As we reported last spring, director Chris Renaud and writer Brian Lynch have reprised their duties ... Read More

New ‘The Case Against Adnan Syed’ Trailer Re-Opens the Infamous Investigation

It’s been five years since season 1 of the Serial podcast miraculously gave everyone on the internet their criminology degrees all at the same time, but the conversation still burns ... Read More

Art Industry News: David Hockney’s Younger Brother Wrote a Book About His Fabulously Free-Thinking Family + Other Stories

Plus, a lawsuit against the Obama Presidential Center will proceed and Miami's convention center unveils a star-studded suite of public artworks. The post Art Industry News: David Hockney’s Younger Brother ... Read More

After a Guarantor Crashed the Sale of Gerhard Richter’s ‘Fighter Jet’ in 2016, Phillips Is Trying Again—at a Lower Price

Phillips is hoping to recoup some of the $24 million it lost when a guarantor backed out of the original deal. The post After a Guarantor Crashed the Sale of ... Read More

The Met Appoints Ernest Hemingway’s Grandson to Head Its Greek and Roman Art Department Amid a Staffing Overhaul

Max Hollein has also filled the museum's top digital position and the head of European sculpture and decorative arts post, both long vacant. The post The Met Appoints Ernest Hemingway’s ... Read More

The ‘Ivory Queen’ Is Sentenced to 15 Years in a Tanzanian Prison for Smuggling Tons of Elephant Tusks Into Asia

Chinese-born Yang Feng Glan is being held accountable for her role in the poaching of hundreds of elephants. The post The ‘Ivory Queen’ Is Sentenced to 15 Years in a ... Read More

70s Rewind: THE BLACK WINDMILL, Minor Genre Thrills

Will we need 40 years to appreciate fully the wonders of today's "minor" genre fillers? Maybe so, to judge by the flood of films currently releasing in theaters and on ... Read More

Lydia Okumura at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, London

See images from one notable show every weekday. Read More The post Lydia Okumura at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, London appeared first on ARTnews ... Read More

A Brief Look at the High—and Wildly Disparate—Prices Art Fairs Charge for Admission

Are tickets too pricey? In one sense: of course. Read More The post A Brief Look at the High—and Wildly Disparate—Prices Art Fairs Charge for Admission appeared first on ARTnews ... Read More

Montana legislator introduces bills to give his state its own science

Enlarge / The Montana State Capitol building, site of a rather unusual hearing. reader comments 79 with 64 posters participating Share this story It's no secret that some of our ... Read More

wHY Architecture creates “immersive” tent for first Frieze Los Angeles

The inaugural Frieze Art Fair Los Angeles has taken place on the grounds of a Hollywood movie set, with a venue that US firm wHY Architecture designed to give visitors the ... Read More

Comic Relief and Red Nose Day rebrand to clear up “confusion”

The poverty-fighting charity has a new identity, as does its annual televised fundraiser Red Nose Day, in a bid to create a distinction between the organisation and the event. The ... Read More

New ‘Rocketman’ Featurette Confirms That Yes, That’s Really Taron Egerton Singing

There’s a certain music biopic that came out last year, was a massive hit, and is in the middle of the awards race at the moment, and yet its star ... Read More

‘Leaving Neverland’ Trailer: HBO Documentary Finds Abuse Victims Speaking Out

HBO has released the first trailer for the two-part documentary Leaving Neverland, in which two men—Wade Robson and James Safechuck—separately detail the sustained abuse they say they suffered at the ... Read More

‘The Souvenir’ Trailer Reveals One of Sundance 2019’s Most Buzzed-About Films

With roughly 10,000 films (give or take) showing at your average Sundance Film Festival, it’s hard to truly rise above the noise, much less make yourself valuable to buyers. And ... Read More

Art Industry News: Elusive Icon Jasper Johns Offers a Peek Into His Bucolic Studio + Other Stories

Plus, mega-collector Tony Salamé buys seven apartments in Hudson Yards and a petition takes aim at the Morgan's all-male 2019 program. The post Art Industry News: Elusive Icon Jasper Johns ... Read More

Karl Lagerfeld, the ‘Kaiser’ of Fashion Who Was Also a Talented Photographer, Has Died at 85

A living legend in the world of fashion, he was an accomplished artist who continuously brought the two worlds closer together. The post Karl Lagerfeld, the ‘Kaiser’ of Fashion Who ... Read More

The Investment Firm That Commissioned Wall Street’s ‘Fearless Girl’ Is Suing the Artist for Making Replicas

The investment firm State Street Global is suing artist Kristen Visbal for trademark infringement. The post The Investment Firm That Commissioned Wall Street’s ‘Fearless Girl’ Is Suing the Artist for ... Read More

Ai Weiwei Slams the Producers of ‘Berlin, I Love You’ for Allegedly Censoring His Part of the Film

Two producers corroborated Ai's account. The post Ai Weiwei Slams the Producers of ‘Berlin, I Love You’ for Allegedly Censoring His Part of the Film appeared first on artnet News ... Read More

Hundreds of Protesters Demonstrated at the British Museum Against Its Relationship With Oil Giant BP

BP maintains sponsorships at the museum and other British institutions. The post Hundreds of Protesters Demonstrated at the British Museum Against Its Relationship With Oil Giant BP appeared first on ... Read More

Art That’s to Dye For: How the Knitting Community Is Weaving the Art of David Hockney and Helen Frankenthaler Into Their Craft

These yarn companies are bringing the palettes of art-historical heavyweights to knitting enthusiasts around the world. The post Art That’s to Dye For: How the Knitting Community Is Weaving the ... Read More

CHOKEHOLD: Trailer And Tour Dates For Indie Action Flick Starring Casper Van Dien And Melissa Croden

Our friends at Ammo Entertainment have been touring Brian Skiba's indie action flick Chokehold this month. The tour will end in New York City on the 28th and though we ... Read More

Chef Mina Stone Will Open Restaurant at MoMA PS1

It takes the place of M. Wells Dinette, which is closing at the end of February. Read More The post Chef Mina Stone Will Open Restaurant at MoMA PS1 appeared ... Read More

The McLaren 600LT Spider: A lighter, more focused track supercar

Jonathan Gitlin reader comments 9 with 8 posters participating Share this story Although we make every effort to cover our own travel costs, in this case McLaren flew us to ... Read More

Snøhetta and Heatherwick Studio unveil designs for Sidewalk Labs’ Toronto neighbourhood

Alphabet's Sidewalk Labs has tapped Thomas Heatherwick's studio and architecture firm Snøhetta to develop proposals for the smart, mass-timber city that the company is developing on Toronto's waterfront. Renderings by Snøhetta and ... Read More

Top talks to catch at Design Indaba 2019.

South African annual design conference Design Indaba is just around the corner and we’ve picked out some of the most exciting talks to look out for. The post Top talks ... Read More

‘True Detective’ Season 3 Finale Trailer: Time Is a Flat Circle

Just after last night’s revealing episode of True Detective, HBO dropped the trailer for next week’s Season 3 finale—and there is a lot still up in the air. Episode 7 ... Read More
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