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Friday One Sheet: Baby It’s A COLD PURSUIT Outside…

Cold Pursuit is latest in a series of Liam Neeson revenge pictures. It is a remake of Hans Petter Moland's (here directing again) thriller, In Order Of Disappearance, which starred ... Read More

Christie’s to Auction David Hockney Double Portrait, With $37.7 M. Estimate, in London Spring Sale

The lot will be the last from the collection of Barney A. Ebsworth. Read More The post Christie’s to Auction David Hockney Double Portrait, With $37.7 M. Estimate, in London ... Read More

Trump will replace Interior Department Secretary next week

Enlarge / US Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke arrives at the US Capitol prior to the service for former President George H. W. Bush on December 03, 2018 in ... Read More

Magdalena Keck designs art-filled home at Manhattan’s Four Seasons Residences

New York interior designer Magdalena Keck has used brand-name furnishings and a monochrome palette to create a minimal apartment in Lower Manhattan. The two-bedroom home is located on the 63rd ... Read More

Go Jauntly hopes to get more Londoners walking through green spaces

The app has installed new features including a free walking map of the capital as part of a collaboration with Transport for London. The post Go Jauntly hopes to get ... Read More

From Our Holiday Gift Guide to a Very Provocative Pyramid Selfie: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week

Catch up on this week's news—fast. The post From Our Holiday Gift Guide to a Very Provocative Pyramid Selfie: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week appeared ... Read More

LET ME BE FRANK: Episode 11 “Workshop of Demands”

“Workshop of Demands”, the eleventh episode in the LET ME BE FRANK web documentary series, focuses on the early days of Frank’s Berkeley workshops on intimacy and relationships, and the ... Read More

From the Archives: Vija Celmins on Being a ‘Reductionist by Nature,’ in 1978

"I like to throw away what doesn't concern me anymore," the artist said. Read More The post From the Archives: Vija Celmins on Being a ‘Reductionist by Nature,’ in 1978 ... Read More

Signal app to Australia: Good luck with that crypto ban

Enlarge / Grafitti urging people to use Signal, a highly-enctypted messaging app, is spray-painted on a wall during a protest on February 1, 2017 in Berkeley, California. Elijah Nouvelage/Getty Images ... Read More

Metal mesh covers garden tower in Buenos Aires by Adamo-Faiden

Argentinian firm Adamo-Faiden has built a concrete tower in Buenos Aires, flanked on two sides by metal-grated walls that conceal dozens of private gardens. The seven-storey Bonpland 2169 building in Argentinian ... Read More

Design Week’s 10 biggest stories of the year

From controversial opinions on “design thinking” to the most influential female designers from the last 100 years, we look back at our most popular long-reads of 2018. The post Design ... Read More

Final ‘Voltron Legendary Defender’ Trailer Teases the Series’ Finale

The end of an era is upon us. The final season of Voltron Legendary Defender is now streaming on Netflix in its 13-episode entirety. I’ll certainly have my thoughts on ... Read More

First ‘Downton Abbey’ Movie Teaser Cordially Invites You to the Theater

Focus Features and Carnival Films have released the first Downton Abbey movie teaser trailer, heralding the arrival of the highly anticipated feature film. The original cast from the TV series ... Read More

‘Titans’ Season Finale Trailer Makes Batman the Villain

Ever since Titans, the DC Universe’s live-action streaming series, announced its arrival with lead Brenton Thwaites‘ Dick Grayson a.k.a. Robin shouting, “Fuck Batman!”, I’ve given this show a wide berth ... Read More

New ‘Black Monday’ Teaser Sees Don Cheadle Chasing Dragons

Showtime has released the official poster and a new teaser for its upcoming comedy series Black Monday, a show that takes viewers back to October 19, 1987, a.k.a. Black Monday, ... Read More

‘Brexit’ Trailer Reveals HBO’s Timely Film Starring Benedict Cumberbatch

Though I have personally been waiting for Armando Ianucci‘s (Veep, The Thick of It) take on the mess that is Brexit, I’m pleased someone is already on it regardless. HBO’s Brexit is also ... Read More

How Barbara and Aaron Levine Became Two of America’s Most Committed Collectors of Conceptual Art

The Washington, D.C.-based couple, who just donated a trove of works by Marcel Duchamp to the Hirshhorn, trace their evolution as collectors. The post How Barbara and Aaron Levine Became ... Read More

Art Industry News: Study Says Americans Prefer Politicians Who Support the Arts Over Philistines Who Don’t + Other Stories

Plus, superstar Indian artist Subodh Gupta is accused of sexual harassment and Jerry Saltz rides the New York subway with a Michelangelo. The post Art Industry News: Study Says Americans ... Read More

Judge Orders Collectors Harry and Linda Macklowe to Sell Their $700 Million Art Trove and Split the Proceeds

The couple has amassed a collection of some of the biggest names in modern and contemporary art. The post Judge Orders Collectors Harry and Linda Macklowe to Sell Their $700 ... Read More

‘All Our Values Are United Here’: Boucheron Celebrates Its Glorious Past With a New Boutique in a Revived Paris Landmark

The Parisian luxury jeweler has restored a historic hotel, where visitors can now experience the lap of luxury inherent to the company's DNA. The post ‘All Our Values Are United ... Read More

Is China Censoring Art About Biotechnology? Last-Minute Cuts at the Guangzhou Triennial Suggest it Is

Authorities haven't given a reason for pulling the works, but all of them deal with the ethics of new scientific advances. The post Is China Censoring Art About Biotechnology? Last-Minute ... Read More

What’s the best Shakespeare movie adaptation?

Romeo+Juliet is technically a Hollywood movie, so I'm breaching my personal contract of only writing about non-Hollywood, international movies...however the director Baz Luhrmann is Australian, so let's say it doesn't count...and ... Read More

What’s the best Shakespeare movie adaptation?

Romeo+Juliet is technically a Hollywood movie, so I'm breaching my personal contract of only writing about non-Hollywood, international movies...however the director Baz Luhrmann is Australian, so let's say it doesn't count...and ... Read More

New York Gallery Yours Mine & Ours to Close, Leaving Lower East Side With One More Void

The small but astute gallery opened in 2016. Read More The post New York Gallery Yours Mine & Ours to Close, Leaving Lower East Side With One More Void appeared ... Read More

Ebola outbreak reaches city of 1 million residents

Enlarge / Ebola treatment center at the Hospital in Beni, North Kivu Province. reader comments 40 with 28 posters participating Share this story The Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic ... Read More

“Landscape architecture in 2018 provided a bold vision for our shared built environment”

In this Opinion column, Charles A Birnbaum looks back at the highs and lows of landscape architecture over the past year, and predicts that the discipline will continue to blur with ... Read More

Sebastian Conran: “Design is not making something that looks pretty”

The Design Museum has announced the finalists of its annual Design Ventura scheme, which gets teenagers aged 13-16 across the UK to pitch ideas for new products, one of which ... Read More
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