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LOS ULTIMOS FRIKIS Trailer: Aging Cuban Rockers Fight The Winds of Change

We find the premise of Nicholas Brennan's documentary Los Últimos Frikis (The Last Freaks), a story about an aging Cuban heavy metal band Zues, a very interesting one. Zues at ... Read More

Interactive installations built on Toronto beach for city’s annual Winter Stations

A large wind chime and a bouncy castle linked to a smartphone app are among the temporary Winter Stations structures that have been built on Toronto's lakefront, to encourage visitors ... Read More

“An entity unto itself”: A New York design guide

From an editorial influenced graphic style to a changing education landscape and a burgeoning international outlook, what defines design in New York? The post “An entity unto itself”: A New ... Read More

Watch: Richard E. Grant Stares Into Your Soul in the Opening Minutes of AMC’s ‘Dispatches from Elsewhere’

AMC has released the first few minutes of its upcoming limited series Dispatches from Elsewhere, which starts out with a solid 22 seconds of Richard E. Grant staring into your ... Read More

New ‘Beastars’ Trailer Reveals Netflix’s Furry-Focused Anime Series

There is life before Beastars and life after it. We got a glimpse of what our new lives are about to be like thanks to a new trailer for the ... Read More

New ‘Little Fires Everywhere’ Trailer Teases Witherspoon & Washington’s Hulu Series

Based on Celeste Ng’s 2017 bestseller, Little Fires Everywhere follows the intertwined fates of the picture-perfect Richardson family and an enigmatic mother and daughter who upend their lives. The story ... Read More

New ‘Westworld’ Season 3 Trailer Takes the Robot v. Human War to the Real World

HBO has released a new, full-length trailer for Westworld season 3 and woo boy, this thing is a futuristic doozy. The third chapter in Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy‘s tale ... Read More

Sarah Paulson Loses Her Whole Dang Mind In First Trailer for Aneesh Chaganty’s ‘Run’

Lionsgate has released the first trailer for Run, the horror/thriller from Searching filmmaker Aneesh Chaganty. The film stars Sarah Paulson as a high-key insane mother who dominates every aspect of ... Read More

This Remarkably Ordinary Woman Took Photos With Hundreds of Celebrities—and Her Scrapbook Is an Accidental Work of Art

Maria Snoeys-Lagler posed with everyone from Bruce Willis to Angelina Jolie. The results are magical. The post This Remarkably Ordinary Woman Took Photos With Hundreds of Celebrities—and Her Scrapbook Is ... Read More

‘When I See These Paintings, I See Myself’: Celebrated Artist Jordan Casteel on How She Brings Her Own Femininity to Her Paintings of Men

The painter says the real joy of her work is showing her portraits to her subjects. The post ‘When I See These Paintings, I See Myself’: Celebrated Artist Jordan Casteel ... Read More

Art Industry News: Scientists Conclude That the Cracks on the Mona Lisa’s Surface Actually Make Her Safer + Other Stories

Plus, the artist who ate Cattelan's banana opens a show of his own in New York and the Bronx Museum names a social justice curator. The post Art Industry News: ... Read More

High-Tech Radar May Have Just Led Researchers to Discover Nefertiti’s Secret Burial Chamber in King Tut’s Tomb

If true, “it could be the biggest archaeological discovery ever." The post High-Tech Radar May Have Just Led Researchers to Discover Nefertiti’s Secret Burial Chamber in King Tut’s Tomb appeared ... Read More

Two passengers from coronavirus-stricken cruise ship die in Japan

Enlarge / OKOHAMA, JAPAN - 2020/02/20: Former passengers of the Diamond Princess cruise ship leave on a chartered bus after spending weeks on board in quarantine. reader comments 8 with ... Read More

Speak My Language: Art in New Zealand Addresses Inclusivity and Accessibility

A review of exhibitions by Ruth Buchanan, Olivia Webb, Jasmine Togo-Brisby, Sorawit Songsataya, and 'Māori Moving Image: An Open Archive.' ... Read More

Exclusive COME AS YOU ARE Clip: Let Me Tell You About Canada

Three people show their true colors in our exclusive clip from Come As You Are. Described by our own J Hurtado as "a charming, poignant, affectionate take on the road ... Read More

Developers of Elkus Manfredi’s New York skyscraper ordered to cut 20 storeys

The developers of topped-out New York skyscraper 200 Amsterdam, designed by Elkus Manfredi Architects, are taking legal action after a court ruling to reduce the tower's height. New York State ... Read More

Studio Anorak book celebrates “wonderful differences” of people with ADHD

Stories That Never Stand Still has been created “by people with ADHD, for people with ADHD”, and features educational articles alongside personal accounts that attempt to cut through the stigma ... Read More

‘My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising’ Trailer Sends Our Heroes to Another Island Getaway

Funimation Films recently unveiled the English-dubbed trailer for My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising, the second film in the world-famous franchise that follows on the heels of the record-breaking launch of ... Read More

‘I Could Integrate Both Worlds’: How Black Lives Matter Cofounder Patrisse Cullors Uses Dance to Bridge Art and Activism

At Frieze Los Angeles last week, the artist had to cater to new audiences. The post ‘I Could Integrate Both Worlds’: How Black Lives Matter Cofounder Patrisse Cullors Uses Dance ... Read More

Rumors Swirl That Greece’s Demand for the Parthenon Marbles Could Gain Traction in the Brexit Trade Battle

Alarm bells ring in London as the restitution of looted cultural property is added to the agenda ahead of trade talks. The post Rumors Swirl That Greece’s Demand for the ... Read More

Art Industry News: Kendall Jenner Teams Up With Maurizio Cattelan to Restage His Most Famous Works + Other Stories

Plus, New York's Drawing Center will go free for three years thanks to the Cy Twombly Foundation and Cecilia Alemani unveils her latest plans for the High Line. The post ... Read More

Attendance Has Always Been a Narrow Way to Define Success. That’s Why This Museum Is Using Data Science to Measure Its Social Impact

“We can’t bring a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to the experiences here,” says the director of the Oakland Museum of California. The post Attendance Has Always Been a Narrow Way to Define ... Read More

Three Painted Houses in the Lost City of Pompeii Are Finally Open to the Public After a 40-Year Restoration Project

A $113 million conservation effort rescued the ruins from, well, ruin. The post Three Painted Houses in the Lost City of Pompeii Are Finally Open to the Public After a ... Read More

France Charges Dissident Artist Pyotr Pavlensky With Invasion of Privacy for Leaking a Paris Politician’s Sex Tape

Pavlensky has a history of protest performance art. The post France Charges Dissident Artist Pyotr Pavlensky With Invasion of Privacy for Leaking a Paris Politician’s Sex Tape appeared first on ... Read More

T-Mobile claims it didn’t lie about 4G coverage, says FCC measured wrong

Enlarge / The logo of Deutsche Telekom, owner of T-Mobile, seen at Mobile World Congress in February 2019 in Barcelona, Spain. Getty Images | NurPhoto reader comments 17 with 17 ... Read More

Maurizio Cattelan Imagines Kendall Jenner as a ‘Trophy Wife’ for Garage Magazine Cover

Photographer Campbell Addy shot the magazine's latest cover ... Read More

THE ROADS NOT TAKEN: Javier Bardem is Falling Apart in Sally Potter’s New Film

At a casual glance, it would seem that British filmmaker Sally Potter is something of a chameleon, moving between subjects as wide-ranging as an person who lives as both a ... Read More
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