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Fantasia 2019 Review: Nakashima’s IT COMES, A Wild Multi-Thread Horror Ride

There are few filmmakers in Japan whose work is quite as immediately recognizable as Nakashima Tetsuya. Even as he has evolved over the last fifteen years from the candy-colored pop ... Read More

Ivy Studio models Montreal dry cleaners on a Parisian apartment

Ivy Studio has used moulding, brass lights and herringbone floors to make this dry cleaning shop in Montreal evocative of a European residence. Les Nettoyeurs White's dry cleaners is located ... Read More

London’s Microsoft store opens with “maximum flexibility” in mind

The new store — conceived by design and architectural practice Gensler — has a gaming lounge, multi-purpose Community Theatre and a McLaren sports car on the ground floor. The post ... Read More

London’s Microsoft store opens with “maximum flexibility” in mind

The new store — conceived by design and architectural practice Gensler — has a gaming lounge, multi-purpose Community Theatre and a McLaren sports car on the ground floor. The post ... Read More

How Does a Gallery Stay in Business for 35 Years? Lisa Spellman on 303 Gallery’s Staying Power and the Hardest Part of Being a Dealer

The gallerist opens up about losing artists, accommodating selfie-takers, and that one time she found someone living inside a video installation. The post How Does a Gallery Stay in Business ... Read More

Once again, engage: Picard trailer feels like the next Next Generation

reader comments 65 with 49 posters participating, including story author Share this story "Engage!" Yes, that's what Sir Patrick Stewart says in this moment, and yes, it's as delightful in ... Read More

Forensic Architecture Withdraws from Whitney Biennial in Protest of Controversial Board Member

The group dealt head-on with Warren B. Kanders in its work. Read More The post Forensic Architecture Withdraws from Whitney Biennial in Protest of Controversial Board Member appeared first on ... Read More

Myers And Strode Will Return in HALLOWEEN KILLS And HALLOWEEN ENDS

Well of course Michael Myers survived the trap that Laurie Strode and her daughter and granddaughter set for him at Laurie's home. He has 250 million reasons to do so ... Read More

SOM reveals images of stainless steel US Army museum in Virginia

SOM has released exterior and interior building photos of the National Museum of the United States Army, which is nearing completion in Virginia. The stainless steel-clad museum has been designed ... Read More

John Spencer: “Let’s get over our obsession with branding”

Offthetopofmyhead’s founder and creative director says there’s no such thing as brand design and much of what the design industry says about brand is incomprehensible, pretentious and just plain daft ... Read More

First Trailer for Season 3 of ‘She-Ra and the Princesses of Power’ Introduces a New Foe

During today’s packed panel at San Diego Comic-Con, DreamWorks Animation gave fans a sneak peek into the highly anticipated third season of She-Ra and the Princesses of Power. Panelists included ... Read More

First Trailer for ‘The Walking Dead’ Movie Teases What’s Next for Rick Grimes

Spoilers ahead if you aren’t caught up with Rick Grimes’ arc on The Walking Dead. When last we left Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln), he was barely clinging to life aboard ... Read More

‘The Walking Dead’ Season 10 Trailer Teases Another Bloody Conflict to Come

AMC’s Comic-Con presentation for all things The Walking Dead brought a lot of treats to terrorize their fans today. First and foremost was the first trailer for Season 10 of ... Read More

Unsettling New ‘The Terror: Infamy’ Trailer Digs Up Some Old Spirits

AMC has released yet another trailer for The Terror: Infamy, the second chapter of AMC’s historical-horror anthology series. While season 1 centered around the doomed members of a British Royal ... Read More

Art Industry News: Why Most Museums Will Probably End Up Keeping the Sackler Name on Their Walls + Other Stories

Plus, Wim Delvoye says the had to censor his work more at the Louvre than in Tehran and Murakami teams up with the Chicago Cubs. The post Art Industry News: ... Read More

After a Deadly Attack at a Kyoto Anime Studio, Donors Pledge More Than $1 Million to Support the Artist Victims and Their Families

Donations are flooding in from around the world to support the animation studio, which has a reputation as a progressive home for artists. The post After a Deadly Attack at ... Read More

Did Archaeologists Just Find the Oldest Art Ever Made? A New Study Claims Archaic Humans Designed Patterns on Bones in China

The ancient carvings show possible evidence of the first artistic use of the pigment ochre. The post Did Archaeologists Just Find the Oldest Art Ever Made? A New Study Claims ... Read More

Nicole Eisenman and Three Other Artists Withdraw Their Work From the Whitney Biennial in Protest of Board Member Warren Kanders

The request comes a day after a pointed essay from artists and writers branding the show the "teargas biennial." The post Nicole Eisenman and Three Other Artists Withdraw Their Work ... Read More

Amid the Rise of Italy’s Far Right, Curator Francesco Bonami Has Founded His Own Satirical Italian-Art-First Political Party

Bonami’s EXAGERAMOS! party will ban all non-Italian artists from participating in the Venice Biennale, among other edicts. The post Amid the Rise of Italy’s Far Right, Curator Francesco Bonami Has ... Read More

From History’s Wildest Art Restoration Fails to Scarlett Johansson’s Divisive Art Comments: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week

Catch up on this week's news—fast. The post From History’s Wildest Art Restoration Fails to Scarlett Johansson’s Divisive Art Comments: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week ... Read More

Netflix lost US subscribers in Q2 over price hikes; how can it win them back?

Enlarge / Netflix CEO Reed Hastings. reader comments 82 with 66 posters participating Share this story If you’ve been grumbling about the rising cost of your Netflix account, it seems ... Read More

Sotheby’s Shareholders Attempt to Stop $2.7 Billion Purchase of Auction House by BidFair

Investors Eli Goffmna and Shiva Stein have sued the auction house in New York, citing "incomplete and misleading disclosures about the deal," according to a Bloomberg report. Read More The ... Read More

Fantasia 2019 Review: SWALLOW is a Gorgeously Composed Film About Pica and Personal Empowerment

We are introduced to young house-wife, Hunter, in a pastel Christian Dior outfit. Surveying the picturesque Hudson River in Upstate New York, from the raised terrace of her expensive home, ... Read More

Doug Aitken’s mirrored balloon New Horizon flies over Massachusetts

American artist Doug Aitken has created a mirrored hot air balloon to travel across rural landscapes of Massachusetts this summer. Called New Horizon, Aitken's design comprises a 100-foot-tall (30-metre-tall) balloon ... Read More

How to become a: lighting designer

As part of our series looking at jobs in design studios, we speak to Tim Routledge, founder at his own company, about the art of “painting with light”, dealing with ... Read More

‘Jay and Silent Bob Reboot’ Trailer Reveals Kevin Smith’s Star-Studded Sequel

The first Jay and Silent Bob Reboot trailer has been released, offering a first look at writer/director Kevin Smith’s first film since 2016’s Yoga Hosers. The movie is a sequel ... Read More

First ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Trailer Finds Tom Cruise Returning to the Danger Zone

Paramount Pictures has released the first trailer for the long-awaited Top Gun 2, which finds Tom Cruise reprising his iconic role of Pete “Maverick” Mitchell. In development for years, Top ... Read More
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