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Interview: Festival del Puerto Director on the 2018 Edition

From December 7 to 9, the fourth edition of the Festival del Puerto is taking place in Puerto Escondido, a very famous tourist place in the state of Oaxaca. Outdoor ... Read More

‘No Space for Profiteer of State Violence’: Decolonize This Place Protests Whitney Vice Chair Warren B. Kanders

The Fire Department arrived at one point, after smoke from burning sage filled the lobby. Read More The post ‘No Space for Profiteer of State Violence’: Decolonize This Place Protests ... Read More

Eleven researchers publish sharp critique of EPA fuel economy logic

reader comments 33 with 28 posters participating Share this story In this week's edition of Science, eleven researchers from prominent universities around the US criticized the federal government's justification for rolling ... Read More

Crinkled tunnel forms Claus Porto’s New York boutique by Tacklebox

Textured wall surfaces used to display soap, candles and perfumes arch over the interior of this shop in New York City, which Brooklyn studio Tacklebox Architecture designed for Portuguese brand ... Read More

Studio Moross brands Massive, a company promoting cinema to young people

Massive is a website and poster campaign that looks to encourage those aged 16-24 to go see new, British films at discounted rates across the UK. The post Studio Moross ... Read More

‘Brightburn’ Trailer Reveals James Gunn’s Twisted Superhero Horror-igin Story

Sony Pictures has released the first trailer for Brightburn, the superhero horror flick produced by James Gunn and written by Mark Gunn and Brian Gunn. Director David Yarovesky steps in ... Read More

Can a Revamped Africa Museum Appease the Critics of Belgium’s Colonial Crimes? Here’s How Its Trying

The $84 million restoration includes bringing contemporary African artists into the galleries of the "last colonial museum." The post Can a Revamped Africa Museum Appease the Critics of Belgium’s Colonial ... Read More

Review: DOORLOCK, Tense Korean SLEEP TIGHT Remake, Goes the Distance

A slow year for Korean thrillers gets a late shot in the arm with Doorlock, director Lee Kwon's tense remake of Jaume Balagueró's Spanish film Sleep Tight. Completely reworking the ... Read More

Scenes from Miami Art Week 2018: Day 3

A look around NADA, a pop-up in Little Havana, and more. Read More The post Scenes from Miami Art Week 2018: Day 3 appeared first on ARTnews ... Read More

Eight great board games we played at PAX Unplugged

reader comments 9 with 9 posters participating, including story author Share this story Welcome to Ars Cardboard, our weekend look at tabletop games! Check out our complete board gaming coverage ... Read More

Angular white Zoid pavilion frames views across New York arts centre

Six trapezoidal shapes cluster to form a courtyard within this pavilion, which architecture studio Levenbetts has built on the grounds of an arts centre in Upstate New York. New York ... Read More

3D-printed headphones that double up as a hearing aid

HeX earbuds can be used as regular earphones by those without hearing problems, and as an aid by those with hearing loss, in a bid to create a product for ... Read More

Magic Is a Monster in Exclusive ‘The Magicians’ Season 4 Teaser and Key Art

We at Collider are thrilled to bring you an exclusive look at The Magicians Season 4. Below you’ll find a brand new teaser plus an Eliot (or is he?)-centric key ... Read More

New Trailers for ‘Dragon Age 4’, ‘The Outer Worlds’ and More from the Game Awards

If you missed out on last night’s Game Awards, the annual award show that rewards the talented and hard-working developers, designers, musicians, gamers, and streamers behind the biggest indie and ... Read More

Senegal Unveils a Vast Museum That Raises the Stakes in Africa’s Campaign to Reclaim Its Art

The $30 million Museum of Black Civilizations opens in Dakar thanks to major funding from China. The post Senegal Unveils a Vast Museum That Raises the Stakes in Africa’s Campaign ... Read More

Art Industry News: Victoria Beckham Is Hosting a Feminist Old Masters Show in London + Other Stories

Plus, MoMA PS1's art handlers are demanding equal pay and New York Times critics appraise the year in art. The post Art Industry News: Victoria Beckham Is Hosting a Feminist ... Read More

Major Paris Museums Are Shuttering as France Braces for a Fresh Wave of ‘Yellow Vest’ Demonstrations

The Louvre, Centre Pompidou, Grand Palais, and the Musée d’Orsay are all shuttering as France is rocked by protest. The post Major Paris Museums Are Shuttering as France Braces for ... Read More

Who Says Art Is Useless? A German Art Collective Outs 25 Neo-Nazis in an Online Sting Operation

The far-right extremists thought they got away with rioting in the city of Chemnitz in August. The post Who Says Art Is Useless? A German Art Collective Outs 25 Neo-Nazis ... Read More

From the iPhone-Wielding Turner Prize Winner to Art Basel’s Biggest Hits: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week

Catch up on this week's news—fast. The post From the iPhone-Wielding Turner Prize Winner to Art Basel’s Biggest Hits: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week appeared ... Read More

What Did the Art World Wear to Art Basel Miami Beach? We Buttonholed 15 Fashionable Fairgoers

Artists, dealers, collectors, and more tell us what they wore and why. The post What Did the Art World Wear to Art Basel Miami Beach? We Buttonholed 15 Fashionable Fairgoers ... Read More

Friday One Sheet: SHAZAM! (And the Deadpool Effect)

It has been a slow month for movie posters. And I rarely highlight superhero stuff, because I am no expert at the nuance/history of the characters and they are ubiquitious, ... Read More

An Andrea Fraser Sighting at the Fair

Well hello there! Read More The post An Andrea Fraser Sighting at the Fair appeared first on ARTnews ... Read More

Why driving is hard—even for AIs

Dong Wenjie via Getty Images reader comments 33 with 26 posters participating Share this story Welcome to Ars UNITE, our week-long virtual conference on the ways that innovation brings unusual ... Read More

Dezeen’s top 10 transport designs of 2018

For our review of 2018, design reporter Natashah Hitti selects 10 of the forward-thinking transport designs of 2018, including a driverless car with eyes, an airborne taxi and a hotel on ... Read More

“Pantone Colour of the Year had better stay away from my electric blue”

Pantone has made a name for itself as a colour trend-setter, telling the world it knows what shade will dominate everything from fashion and packaging, to art and furniture the ... Read More

New ‘Dragon Ball Super: Broly’ Trailer Reveals a Surprising Fusion Character

Spoilers ahead for Dragon Ball Super: Broly. Turn back now if that bothers you! The wait is almost over; Dragon Ball Super: Broly is set to arrive in North American ... Read More

‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8 Teaser Sees Ice Meeting Fire

HBO hasn’t made us literally watch a block of ice melt this year for a Game of Thrones Season 8 reveal, but it’s already feeling like we’ll be in that troll territory ... Read More
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