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New York Asian Film Festival Winter Showcase 2020 Offers Tasty Pairings of Cinema and Food

For 18 years now, the New York Asian Film Festival has been an indelible fixture on the summer film calendar, bringing to audiences the endlessly varied pleasures and provocations to ... Read More

Frank Lloyd Wright’s School of Architecture at Taliesin to close after 88 years

The School of Architecture at Taliesin, which Frank Lloyd Wright established nearly 90 years ago, will shut in June, after failing to come to a financial agreement with the Frank ... Read More

Monotype acquires London type foundry Fontsmith

The move will allow designers from both studios to “come together and serve customers in a much fuller way”, according to Monotype CEO Scott Landers. The post Monotype acquires London ... Read More

‘Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion’s Revenge’ Revealed in Epic First Trailer

GET OVER HERE! … and watch the first trailer for Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion’s Revenge! The new R-rated animated effort from Warner Bros. is here to kick all kinds of ... Read More

Exclusive: ‘Captain Underpants Epic Choice-O-Rama’ Trailer Lets You Choose the Adventure

It’s our pleasure to bring you the exclusive first look at DreamWorks Animation’s new choose-your-own-adventure special, Captain Underpants Epic Choice-O-Rama, premiering on Netflix February 11th. This special episode will be ... Read More

‘Hunters’ Super Bowl Trailer Teases Amazon’s Nazi Hunters Series

Amazon has released its Hunters Super Bowl trailer early, allowing folks to get a preview of the spot that will be played during the big game on Sunday. The Amazon ... Read More

A Brief History of Perishable Art: How Darren Bader’s Divisive Fruit Salad at the Whitney Fits Into a Ripe Tradition

From Yoko Ono to Maurizio Cattelan, artists have made lasting statements that have limited shelf life. The post A Brief History of Perishable Art: How Darren Bader’s Divisive Fruit Salad ... Read More

Art Industry News: The Ghent Altarpiece Restorers Say the Internet’s Obsession With Their Work Is ‘Absolutely Stupid’ + Other Stories

Plus, Switzerland makes its choice for the Venice Biennale and the Smithsonian opts for a less permanent relationship with the V&A in London. The post Art Industry News: The Ghent ... Read More

Christine Sun Kim, the Transgressive Deaf Artist, Will Sign the National Anthem Alongside Demi Lovato During the Super Bowl

In an interview, Kim explains why she accepted the opportunity to perform during one of America’s most-watched events and what it means to the Deaf community. The post Christine Sun ... Read More

The Getty Bought an ‘Exceedingly Rare’ Gauguin Sculpture for a Reported $5 Million. There’s Just One Problem: It’s Fake

The sculpture was thought to be the largest and most unusual of Paul Gauguin's sculptures, of which he made very few. The post The Getty Bought an ‘Exceedingly Rare’ Gauguin ... Read More

Researchers Just Found Hundreds of Medieval Objects in a Centuries-Old Cesspit Discovered Beneath the Courtauld Gallery

The pit has been put to varying uses throughout its history. The post Researchers Just Found Hundreds of Medieval Objects in a Centuries-Old Cesspit Discovered Beneath the Courtauld Gallery appeared ... Read More

Hong Kong Quickly Shutters Its Museums and Public Spaces to Stop the Spread of the Deadly Coronavirus

The pandemic casts a further shadow over Art Basel Hong Kong, which was already facing a slew of problems. The post Hong Kong Quickly Shutters Its Museums and Public Spaces ... Read More

Video: How Myst’s designers stuffed an entire universe onto a single CD-ROM

reader comments 0 with 0 posters participating Share this story Video shot and directed by Justin Wolfson. Edited by Aulistar Mark. Click here for transcript. Although the passage of time ... Read More

Rotterdam 2020 Review: In THE END WILL BE SPECTACULAR, Filmmaking Meets Journalism

Among the leading themes of the 2020 International Film Festival Rotterdam were collectives and events that did not receive such a degree of attention as they probably should have. Both ... Read More

Burning Man reveals 2020 temple design

Colorado architect Renzo Verbeck and artist Sylvia Adrienne Lisse have designed an eight-pointed angular structure to serve as the temple at the 2020 Burning Man Festival. Called Empyrean, the pavilion ... Read More

The United States Space Force logo deconstructed

President Trump unveiled the much-debated logo for the sixth and newest branch of the United States military services on Twitter, but what is it for and why does it look ... Read More

Disney+ ‘Short Circuit’ Trailer Is Not What You Think It Is

Nope, sorry, Disney+’s Short Circuit isn’t a reboot of Number “Johnny” 5 but rather a showcase of shorts by Disney Animation. The experimental program, which began back in 2016, sees ... Read More

New ‘Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045’ Trailer Plays Like a Video Game Cutscene

When the first teaser trailer for Netflix’s upcoming anime series Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045 arrived last fall, viewers were quick to downvote it based purely on visuals. They (rightfully) ... Read More

‘It Was a Question of ‘How Far Will They Go?”: Former Art Students Remember How Jeffrey Epstein Tested Their Boundaries

Graduates from the New York Academy of Art detail a day on Epstein's Zorro Ranch, where he promised to give one of them a lucrative commission. The post ‘It Was ... Read More

Art Industry News: Steve McQueen Is Preparing to Debut a Wrenching Film Based on the Grenfell Tower Fire + Other Stories

Plus, the Supreme Court is asked to consider a lawsuit over a Picasso in the Met's collection and the market for fake prints is on the rise. The post Art ... Read More

Chinese Authorities Have Locked Down the Great Wall of China and Beijing’s Forbidden City to Limit the Spread of Coronavirus

The deadly virus has claimed the lives of 81 people. The post Chinese Authorities Have Locked Down the Great Wall of China and Beijing’s Forbidden City to Limit the Spread ... Read More

Zineb Sedira Will Become the First Artist of Algerian Descent to Represent France at the Venice Biennale in 2021

The French artist explores themes of identity, geography, and colonialism in her stirring works. The post Zineb Sedira Will Become the First Artist of Algerian Descent to Represent France at ... Read More

A Fire May Have Destroyed Tens of Thousands of Artifacts From New York’s Museum of Chinese in America

Nine firefighters and one civilian were injured tackling the five-alarm blaze at a storage facility. The post A Fire May Have Destroyed Tens of Thousands of Artifacts From New York’s ... Read More

House legislators want to hand NASA’s human spaceflight program over to Boeing

Enlarge / Mars or the Moon? It’s a debate that has bedeviled NASA for decades. reader comments 58 with 42 posters participating Share this story On Friday evening, a US ... Read More

‘Everything Was a Muse to Him’: A Jacob Lawrence Expert on a 1944 ARTnews Profile of the Artist

Leslie King-Hammond views an article from the ARTnews archives through a contemporary lens ... Read More

Rotterdam 2020 Interview: Fest Director Bero Beyer Talks Indie Cinema in the Age of Streamers

On the eve of the 49th edition of the International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR), ScreenAnarchy caught-up with the festival's artistic director, Bero Beyer, who is wrapping his tenure leading the ... Read More
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