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New ‘God of War’ Story Trailer Promises to Be Not Just a Game but an Experience

Ahead of its arrival this spring, Sony PlayStation’s God of War has unveiled a new story trailer that’s an absolute winner. Taking cues from more contemporary games like The Last of Us ... Read More

French Art Luminaries Reject Jeff Koons’s Flashy Gift to Paris as a ‘Cynical’ Act of ‘Product Placement’

The prominent cultural personalities have penned an open letter urging the City of Paris not to install the American art star's sculptural gift. The post French Art Luminaries Reject Jeff ... Read More

London’s Hayward Gallery Is Born Again at 50, Celebrating Its Major Revamp With Andreas Gursky Show

Director Ralph Rugoff says the German artist's photographs are a great fit for London’s Brutalist Kunsthalle now that it is restored to pristine condition. The post London’s Hayward Gallery Is ... Read More

Art Industry News: Museum Director Says Blockbuster Shows Are ‘Killing Museums’ + More Must-Read Stories

Plus, half a million visitors have attended the Met's Michelangelo show and the Guggenheim takes a "risk" on conceptual artist Danh Vo. The post Art Industry News: Museum Director Says ... Read More

Why Did the Firm Behind the Trump-Russia Dossier Implicate Art Collector Dmitry Rybolovlev in Its Testimony?

The controversy centers around a Palm Beach estate that Rybolovlev purchased from Trump for $95 million in 2008. The post Why Did the Firm Behind the Trump-Russia Dossier Implicate Art ... Read More

Lisa Milroy at Parasol Unit, London

See images from one notable show every weekday. Read More The post Lisa Milroy at Parasol Unit, London appeared first on ARTnews ... Read More

ChefDance 2018: Sundance on a Plate

During one's time in Park City for Sundance a person must be careful on how to navigate a snowscape filled with consumer excess and shallow posturing. This is not a ... Read More

Verizon won’t be using tax cut to boost spending on network upgrades

reader comments 19 Share this story FCC Chairman Ajit Pai's claim that repealing net neutrality rules will boost network investment didn't get much support from Verizon's latest spending forecast. Verizon's ... Read More

Brand Union, Lambie-Nairn and The Partners become Superunion in huge WPP merger

WPP has merged together five of its design consultancies under the name Superunion, ditching individual brands in a bid to “create more opportunities” for clients and employees. The post Brand ... Read More

Cladding of Will Alsop’s Chips apartment block has “non fire retardant” written on it

Cladding panels have been found with "non fire retardant" written on them at the Will Alsop-designed Chips apartment block in Manchester, UK, in a safety review following the Grenfell Tower ... Read More

Exclusive: First Trailer for ‘gen:LOCK’ Reveals Rooster Teeth’s Biggest Series Since ‘RWBY’

We’re thrilled to bring you the exclusive reveal of the first trailer for gen:LOCK! This trailer was first introduced at the tail-end of the recent Volume 5 finale of RWBY for ... Read More

Watch: ‘Ready Player One’ Featurette Celebrates Spielberg, Flashes Back to the Future

Ernest Cline‘s novel Ready Player One is a fun read, made all the more enjoyable for those readers who grew up in the halcyon days of 80s video games, music, movies, ... Read More

New ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ Trailer Goes on a Galaxy-Bending Adventure

Director Ava DuVernay‘s adaptation of Madeline L’Engle‘s A Wrinkle in Time is absolutely one of the most highly anticipated movies of 2018, and for good reason. Not only does it boast ... Read More

William Kentridge’s Great War Performance in Tate Modern and New York’s Armory Will Remember Black Africa’s Forgotten Men

The South African artist is commissioned alongside Rachel Whiteread, John Akomfrah, Duke Riley, and Rachel Maclean to shed light on the conflict far from the Western Front. The post William ... Read More

Art Industry News: Anti-BP Activists Expose Oily Emails Between British Museum and Russia + More Must-Read Stories

Plus, sexual misconduct investigations hit UK museums and the famed furniture artist Wendell Castle has died. The post Art Industry News: Anti-BP Activists Expose Oily Emails Between British Museum and ... Read More

Signs of the Times: Museums Are Collecting Protest Posters From the 2018 Women’s March

Curators focused on themes that have emerged since the 2017 march, such as DACA and #TimesUp. The post Signs of the Times: Museums Are Collecting Protest Posters From the 2018 ... Read More

Nene Humphrey at Lesley Heller Workspace, New York

See images from one notable show every weekday. Read More The post Nene Humphrey at Lesley Heller Workspace, New York appeared first on ARTnews ... Read More

Christian Alvart’s Latest Cautions DON’T GET OUT!

The German film industry is not generally one that particularly supports commercial genre filmmakers, a reality that makes director Christian Alvart very much an outlier. The director of Antibodies and ... Read More

An end to in-flight Wi-Fi misery is at hand with Gogo’s 2Ku

Enlarge / You'll know your plane has 2Ku if you see a larger radome on it, like the one pictured above.reader comments 41 Share this story For this demo, Gogo ... Read More

HS2 designs for Colne Valley viaduct released

Specimen designs have been unveiled for a major infrastructural viaduct project on the Government’s high speed rail network. The post HS2 designs for Colne Valley viaduct released appeared first on ... Read More

Wavy tiled roof of Springingstream guesthouse is based on the outline of surrounding mountains

Beijing studio WEI Architects used traditional materials and construction techniques to convert a derelict house in Fujian province into a guesthouse featuring curving tiled roofs and reclaimed windows. Springingstream guesthouse ... Read More

Margaret Lee at Marlborough Contemporary, London

See images from one notable show every weekday. Read More The post Margaret Lee at Marlborough Contemporary, London appeared first on ARTnews ... Read More

Sundance 2018 Review: MANDY, a Revenge-filled Feast of Visual Delights

In describing Panos Cosmatos' Mandy, the first word that comes to mind is 'admiration.' The picture reflects the singular, unique, and uncompromising vision of its director. Producing an auteur-driven horror ... Read More

Here’s how to make sure Hawaii’s missile warning fiasco isn’t repeated

reader comments 21 Share this story This is a guest post from Steve Bellovin, a professor in the Computer Science department and affiliate faculty at the law school at Columbia ... Read More

Suffragette-inspired school uniforms and colourful coding kits: design in education

Last week, publisher Oxford University Press Education was given a new look by Baxter and Bailey. Now, designers share some of their favourite examples of educational design. The post Suffragette-inspired school uniforms ... Read More

Steel-clad clerestory windows protrude from concrete badminton hall by JHW IROJE Architects

The concrete exterior of this badminton centre in the South Korean city of Gwangju is coloured to match the local soil, and contrasts with a row of clerestory windows clad ... Read More

Masterpieces from the Margins: The Outsider Art Fair Triumphs in New York

The 26th edition of the fair continues through Sunday. Read More The post Masterpieces from the Margins: The Outsider Art Fair Triumphs in New York appeared first on ARTnews ... Read More
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