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OnePlus 6 Review—A series of downgrades is saved by the low price

reader comments 2 Share this story The OnePlus 6. Ron Amadeo The notch houses the earpiece, front camera, and some sensors. It's only as tall as the status bar. Ron ... Read More

Di An Di restaurant in Brooklyn serves Vietnamese cuisine in plant-filled spaces

New York designer Huy Bui turned to studios and brands based in Brooklyn to create the verdant interiors for this Vietnamese restaurant in the borough's Greenpoint neighbourhood. Bui was responsible ... Read More

The Scouts looks to become “cool again” with unified brand identity

Founded in 1907, the Scouts was set up as an organisation to help young people develop life skills and now, it has a UK membership of 450,000 children and 115,000 ... Read More

From Kerry James Marshall’s Soaring Sotheby’s Sale to Donald Glover’s Art-Historical References: The Best and Worst of the Art World

Catch up on what you missed—fast. The post From Kerry James Marshall’s Soaring Sotheby’s Sale to Donald Glover’s Art-Historical References: The Best and Worst of the Art World appeared first ... Read More

Seattle 2018 Preview: 5 Can’t Miss Picks from Week 1 at SIFF

Racer and the JailbirdWe’ve long been big fans of Bullhead director Michael R. Roskam and even though his return to European filmmaking is slightly uneven, it’s totally fun and has ... Read More

303 Gallery Will Screen Doug Aitken Video Through the Night

It's the latest example of the pleasurable trend of dealers staying open late for big-league video show. Read More The post 303 Gallery Will Screen Doug Aitken Video Through the ... Read More

Blunder burns unicorn attack that exploited Windows and Reader

reader comments 36 Share this story It’s not every day someone develops a malware attack that, with one click, exploits separate zero-day vulnerabilities in two widely different pieces of software ... Read More

Blunder burns unicorn attack that exploited Windows and Reader

reader comments 36 Share this story It’s not every day someone develops a malware attack that, with one click, exploits separate zero-day vulnerabilities in two widely different pieces of software ... Read More

Rafael de Cárdenas renovates rundown Brooklyn brownstone for himself

New York architect Rafael de Cárdenas has transformed a tired 20th-century brownstone house into a home for himself, featuring "multiple living rooms of varying moods". The brownstone property in the Clinton ... Read More

Miranda Bolter: Junior designers should learn to be creative, not balance budgets

Young designers should be taught to think critically rather than waste time learning how to time-manage and compile spreadsheets, says Miranda Bolter, design director at Superunion. The post Miranda Bolter: ... Read More

Melissa McCarthy Snorts Ecstasy and Punches Puppets in NSFW ‘The Happytime Murders’ Trailer

Get ready for some hard R-rated puppet humor from the folks at Jim Henson Company. The long-awaited The Happytime Murders finally has a trailer and it’s jam-packed with all the violent puppet ... Read More

‘Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’ Trailers Reveal Multiplayer, Zombies, and Battle Royale; No Campaign

Activision held its big reveal event for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 yesterday, and this year’s installment of Call of Duty looks to be changing things up big time ... Read More

Art Industry News: Damien Hirst Designs a High-End Restaurant in Las Vegas + More Must-Read Stories

Plus, Sting is selling his design collection at Phillips and a judge approves the removal of Confederate statues in Memphis. The post Art Industry News: Damien Hirst Designs a High-End ... Read More

The Head of South Africa’s New Contemporary Art Museum Resigns Amid Investigation Into ‘Professional Conduct’

Some have questioned the museum's ties to private institutions and collectors. The post The Head of South Africa’s New Contemporary Art Museum Resigns Amid Investigation Into ‘Professional Conduct’ appeared first ... Read More

‘He Made Chicago a More Beautiful Place’: Colleagues Remember the Late Art Dealer Richard Gray

Richard Gray died on Wednesday at age 89. The post ‘He Made Chicago a More Beautiful Place’: Colleagues Remember the Late Art Dealer Richard Gray appeared first on artnet News ... Read More

Cannes 2018 Review: Abbasi’s BORDER Blurs Lines to Wondrous Effect

When Ali Abbasi burst onto the international scene with the quietly unnerving Shelley, the world took note of a writer-director with a feel for creating an immersive atmosphere and a ... Read More

Consumer Reports: Emma Kohlmann

Over the course of one week, the artist travels through New York City, Western Massachusetts, and upstate New York as she opens one exhibition and prepares for others. Read More ... Read More

Cambridge Analytica files for bankruptcy amidst “siege” of negative attention

Enlarge / A view of 597 5th Ave, where the New York City office of Cambridge Analytica is on the 7th floor, May 2, 2018 in New York City.Drew Angerer/Getty ... Read More

Ladies & Gentlemen Studio create indoor garden exploring materiality of Muji products

Reels of paper and linen, sand pits and trees provide the setting for this display of Muji's homeware products, which Brooklyn-based Ladies & Gentlemen Studio has designed like a tranquil ... Read More

2001: A Space Odyssey stamps containing “hidden messages” set to launch

To mark the 50th anniversary of Stanley Kubrick’s blockbuster science fiction film, Glazier Design has created a set of eight stamps that contain secret messages for fans. The post 2001: ... Read More

New ‘Westworld’ Trailer Travels to Shogun World

With its fourth episode this season, “The Riddle of the Sphinx,” Westworld really stepped up its game. Season 2 has, so far, been mostly about moving pieces into place, and ... Read More

‘Sorry to Bother You’ Red-Band Trailer Puts on Its Best White Voice

After premiering at Sundance earlier this year and moving through the festival circuit, writer-director Boots Riley‘s surrealist sci-fi/comedy Sorry to Bother You will be arriving in theaters this summer. Riley makes ... Read More

‘Sense8’ Series Finale Trailer Will Hit You Right in the Feels Before the End

It’s been a tough road for Netflix’s Sense8. The original series from J. Michael Straczynski and Lana and Lilly Wachowski manages to represent just about every walk of human life with its ... Read More

Art Industry News: Godard Is Turning His Next Film Into a Traveling Exhibition + More Must-Read Stories

Plus, Banksy's fake caveman art returns to the British Museum and Art Basel for cars comes to the city of Miami. The post Art Industry News: Godard Is Turning His ... Read More

In an Effort to Correct Its Cultural ‘Blind Spot,’ Germany Releases a Code of Conduct for Colonial-Era Artifacts

The sweeping 130-page guidelines outline methodologies for provenance research and possibilities for restitution. The post In an Effort to Correct Its Cultural ‘Blind Spot,’ Germany Releases a Code of Conduct ... Read More

MoMA Is Suing MoMaCha Teashop Over Its Name—and the Cafe Thinks It’s ‘Absurd’

An artsy teashop takes on the Museum of Modern Art. The post MoMA Is Suing MoMaCha Teashop Over Its Name—and the Cafe Thinks It’s ‘Absurd’ appeared first on artnet News ... Read More

Cinepocalypse 2018: Nine World Premieres And Festival Faves Dominate Full Lineup!

Next month, between June 21st and 28th the Music Box Theatre in Chicago, Illinois will be invaded with all manner of beasts and terrors. In only its second year Cinepocalypse ... Read More
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