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Five frigate finalists fingered for FFG(X) fight by Navy

reader comments 4 Share this story Lockheed Martin's FFG(X) proposal, shown here in a mockup, is based on the Freedom-class LCS design. General Dynamics' Bath Iron Works has partered with ... Read More

Public and private sectors must work together to “keep cities moving”, report shows

Rethinking Urban Mobility has been conducted by companies including Arup and the London Transport Museum, and looks at the impact of developments in transport such as self-driving cars on cities ... Read More

Tom Dixon to skip this year’s Milan design week

Tom Dixon is to step away from the Milan design week circuit for the first time in 15 years, and will instead launch products during a 90-day world tour. In April, ... Read More

‘Thy Kingdom Come’ Trailer Reveals a Surprise Spinoff from Terrence Malick’s ‘To the Wonder’

Filmmaker Terrence Malick doesn’t strike one as the type to traffic in sequels and spinoffs, especially for his little-seen Ben Affleck/Rachel McAdams/Olga Kurylenko drama To the Wonder, but that’s exactly what’s ... Read More

Art Industry News: Was Jackie O’s Portrait Stolen From Grey Gardens? + More Must-Read Stories

Plus, investigation reveals misconduct by the photographer Patrick Demarchelier and Art Basel's parent company posts a loss. The post Art Industry News: Was Jackie O’s Portrait Stolen From Grey Gardens? ... Read More

Consumer Reports: Nick Lowe

Nick Lowe is a visual artist who lives and works in Los Angeles, making drawings and paintings. Read More The post Consumer Reports: Nick Lowe appeared first on ARTnews ... Read More

Berlinale 2018 Review: THE INVISIBLE HANDS, An Unlikely Meeting of Cultures Yields Strange and Beautiful Results

The Invisible Hands, an excellent documentary by Marina Gioti and Georges Salameh, explores the unlikely collaboration between American musical provocateur Alan Bishop and a group of young Egyptian musicians whose ... Read More

Ancient DNA sheds light on what happened to the Taino, the native Caribbeans

Enlarge / Reconstruction of a Taino village in Cuba.reader comments 6 Share this story The Caribbean was one of the last parts of the Americas to be settled by humans, ... Read More

Rebranding the oldest theatre in the English-speaking world

Eureka! has created a new identity for Bristol Old Vic, which is based on its archive of typography and poster designs dating back to the 18th century. The post Rebranding ... Read More

Top five architecture and design jobs this week include roles with MVRDV and Grimshaw

The best new architecture and design roles available via Dezeen Jobs this week include positions with Grimshaw in Sydney, MVRDV in Rotterdam and PLP Architecture in London.  Senior interior designer at PLP Architecture London-based PLP Architecture is ... Read More

Following Pushback, Neïl Beloufa Removes Image of Parker Bright from Palais de Tokyo Project

Bright has raised more than $2,000 to travel to Paris, where he plans to stage a protest. Read More The post Following Pushback, Neïl Beloufa Removes Image of Parker Bright ... Read More

WHAT THE FILM FESTIVAL 2018 – Fourth Year of Eccentric Cinema Coming This March!

It bears repeating. Here in Toronto we are blessed with an embarrassing abundance of cinematic experiences. Beyond the multiplexes hemorrhaging with the latest, popular fare, small strongholds like The Royal ... Read More

Residential solar is cheap, but can it get cheaper? Paths to $0.05 per kWh

reader comments 45 Share this story Enlarge / Tesla smooth black glass solar roof tiles. The price of solar panels has fallen far and fast. But the Energy Department (DOE) wants ... Read More

Jamaican bobsleigh and skeleton teams rebrand for Winter Olympics

We Launch has redesigned the branding to “change the stigma” associated with the sports, which have now been brought together under one organisation. The post Jamaican bobsleigh and skeleton teams ... Read More

Jenny Nordberg uses uncontrollable process to create unique mirrors in under five minutes

These silver mirrors are each created by Swedish designer Jenny Nordberg in less than five minutes, using a traditional process involving chemical-infused liquid. Nordberg showcased the mirrors at Stockholm Design Week in her ... Read More

Art Industry News: Does the 5Pointz Decision Actually Hurt Graffiti Artists? + More Must-Read Stories

Plus, Jimmy Iovine donates a Mark Bradford painting to LACMA and the embattled gallery Moran Bondaroff has a new name. The post Art Industry News: Does the 5Pointz Decision Actually ... Read More

UK Museums Face Growing Pressure to Sell Off Works Unless Public Funding Improves

Report highlights a “shocking” state of affairs as nation spends less on the arts than France—or Latvia. The post UK Museums Face Growing Pressure to Sell Off Works Unless Public ... Read More

Artisanal Abstraction: The Elusive, Effusive Art of Amy Sillman

The artist has always treated the act of drawing as an equal to her sister arts, painting and sculpture. Read More The post Artisanal Abstraction: The Elusive, Effusive Art of ... Read More

Review: AWE Is A Bold, Kaleidoscopic Experiment That Entertains And Invigorates

For decades there has been little more to Telugu regional cinema than broad masala films. The idea of the masala film has deep roots in India, but most of the ... Read More

Judge shuts door on attempt to get a new trial for Ross Ulbricht

Enlarge / Max Dickstein stands with other supporters of Ross Ulbricht, the alleged creator and operator of the Silk Road underground market, in front of a Manhattan federal court house ... Read More

Winner of Sebastian Walker illustration award revealed

Children’s book illustration student Viola Wang has scooped this year’s top prize, beating over 80 other entrants. The post Winner of Sebastian Walker illustration award revealed appeared first on Design ... Read More

Smoked-oak and stone contrast with bright interiors of Copenhagen home refurbished by Norm Architects

Renowned Danish architect Poul Henningsen is believed to have once owned this house in Copenhagen, which local studio Norm Architects refurbished by opening up the interior to create bright rooms containing ... Read More

‘Incredibles 2’ Trailer Brings Back Pixar’s Powerful First Family

Almost 14 years ago, writer-director Brad Bird brought Pixar’s first family to life in The Incredibles. Now, the highly anticipated sequel will bring Bird and the Parrs back together in Incredibles 2. The ... Read More

Art Industry News: Fearless Girl Will Stay in NYC for All Eternity + More Must-Read Stories

Plus, Christie's will sell the blue-chip Tisch Collection and the Louvre Abu Dhabi turns its art into billboards. The post Art Industry News: Fearless Girl Will Stay in NYC for ... Read More

Artist Niki de Saint Phalle Becomes a Dior Muse—Again—in Maria Grazia Chiuri’s 2018 Spring Collection

The storied French house gets a dose of whimsy, courtesy of the beloved midcentury artist. The post Artist Niki de Saint Phalle Becomes a Dior Muse—Again—in Maria Grazia Chiuri’s 2018 ... Read More

How I Got My Art Job: Meet the Art-World PR Maven Who Moonlights as a DJ

April Hunt also throws a kick-ass party. The post How I Got My Art Job: Meet the Art-World PR Maven Who Moonlights as a DJ appeared first on artnet News ... Read More

Heritage Auctions Claims Christie’s Snatched Its Purse Experts. Now, the Case Is Going to Court

The case reveals intense competition in the luxury handbag market. The post Heritage Auctions Claims Christie’s Snatched Its Purse Experts. Now, the Case Is Going to Court appeared first on ... Read More
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