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The Latest Gossip from Art Basel: Anti-Putin Pussy Riot power to Chance the Rapper's new track to Tezos takes on 1970s tech to Swiss Customs


The Most Boundary-Pushing Artworks at Art Basel, From a Transcendent Mark Lecky Video to a Poignant Arthur Jafa Work

The 10 Best Booths at Art Basel in Basel

Art Basel is not just an art fair, it is a technology platform



Eight Rising Artists Using Basketball to Address Social Injustices



Arlene Shechet "Best Picture" at Vielmetter Los Angeles


WAR ARTIST ERIC RAVILIOUS DIED IN ACTION


Story of doomed war artist Eric Ravilious told in new film; The official combat painter died in 1942 when his plane went down. Now his inspiring life story is the subject of a major new documentary



Who Took the Dogs Out?: William Wegman Survey at Sperone Westwater



Ai Weiwei’s cage sculpture in Stockholm takes on new meaning following war in Ukraine; Work is a “warning and reminder” that world will see more humanitarian crises



Yau: Alison Hall’s Hypnotic Paintings Invite Slow Looking



The Intense Pleasures and Contrasts of the 59th Venice Biennale Arte



‘I’ll Never Forget That Moment’: Larry Gagosian on How an Encounter With Christo in His 20s Inspired a New Show of the Artist’s Little-Known Early Work.


ARE YOU BIENNIAL MATERIAL?

‘Money Has Never Interested Me’: How Biennial Stars (and Their Dealers) Fund Ambitious Work, Even When Buyers Couldn’t Care Less

What Does It Mean to Be a ‘Biennial Artist,’ Anyway? Here Are the Traits That Unite the Most Successful Practitioners; We examined the lists of more than 200 biennials over the past five years. What do the leading artists actually have in common?

The Biennial Stars: Meet the 17 (Perhaps Unexpected) Artists Who Have Defined Our Current Era of International Art Shows; Each of these artists has appeared in eight or more international art surveys since 2017


Biennale Star Cian Dayrit Was One of Dozens of Artists Arrested in the Philippines for Supporting Farmers’ Rights; Filipino multimedia artist was detained for four days


Brooklyn artist Ricky Brown makes a killing with ‘Really Bad Portraits’; Some $1,000 days



Fondation Louis Vuitton Debuts 2 New Major Exhibitions



Alternate Realities: Altoon, Diebenkorn, Lobdell, Woelffer Opens at the Norton Simon Museum


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Russia Is Pulling Off a Massive Art Heist in Ukraine

“This is Ukraine: Defending Freedom” at the Scuola Grande della Misericordia in Venice, Italy

‘We Have Powerful Artists’: Ukrainian Galleries at Liste in Basel Bring Art That Shows a Side of the Country Beyond War



Subversive Canadian Art Collective 'General Idea' Go Mainstream With Major Ottawa Show



New Yorker Cartoons of the Week: See Them All!



The Forecast Is Gloriously Stormy for Carla Chan’s Elemental Offerings at Frieze; Hong Kong artist harnesses turbulent weather in stunning digital projects for La Prairie


NFT: RELEVANCE FOR THE LUXURY BRAND


‘I Am Very Sorry’: Takashi Murakami Apologizes to His Crypto Investors on Twitter as His NFT Prices Nosedive

Should We Cancel Them? As a Crypto Winter Descends on the World, Celebrities Have Begun Quietly Deleting Their NFT Profile Pictures; Jimmy Fallon, Shonda Rhimes, Travis Barker, and Meek Mill are among the celebrities who have abandoned their NFT avatars


Crypto Heavyweights Made Appearances at Art Basel, But NFTs Were Scarce as Bitcoin Continues Its Plunge


Garry Trudeau auctions 'Doonesbury' NFTs and signed prints to benefit Ukrainians displaced by war


Bored Ape Yacht Club Theft Underscores Rising Risk of NFT Ownership

Reality Star and Crypto Evangelist Paris Hilton Is Spearheading a Digital Art Acquisition Fund at LACMA; Hilton even named her dogs Crypto Hilton and Crypto Reum

How to Display NFT Art in Your Home

Prada plans monthly product, NFT drops


Emeralds, rubies and NFTs: Inside Bulgari’s new-era high jewellery

Gucci owner Kering says crypto “no longer niche,” wants to be Web3 “pioneers”

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DISCOVERY


Two Brothers Have Discovered the ‘Gloucester’ Shipwreck, Which Carried a Former King of England, After 340 Years


In Pictures: See Inside France’s $24 Million Replica of the Submerged Cosquer Cave, Home to Hundreds of Paleolithic Artworks

Inside the Race to Master Supersonic Air Travel


DESIGN

In Pictures: See the Eclectic Personal Collection of Designer Hubert de Givenchy, Sold For a Whopping $86 Million at Christie’s France


A Brief Compendium of Advertising Fans


Worldwide 20th Century Carpet Design, at Auction

Bringing Stories to Life: Designer, actor and storyteller Jacob Kemp explains his multidisciplinary practice at TALISMAN and his penchant for distilling narratives into imagery and text


Dive into the Psychedelic World of Danish Designer Verner Panton


FORMERLY KNOWN AS CINEMA


Our Lead Film Critic JUSTIN TANNER Reviews: "Good Luck to You, Leo Grande" represents something on the lines of a cinematic revolution.

'Roar' Trailer (2022) Nicole Kidman, Issa Rae, Alison Brie; Women's Comedy Series

New film from Writer and Director Lena Dunham, 'Sharp Stick' Official Red Band Trailer



World of Reel Review: ‘Elvis’: Baz Luhrmann’s Stylishly Maddening Ode to The King

Roger Freidman Review: Baz Luhrmann’s “Elvis” is a Unique Combination of Moving and Repelling, With Oscar Level Performances

How Jim Jarmusch's ‘Mystery Train’ Dissects Elvis Presley’s Legacy While Barely Showing Him Onscreen

'Mystery Train' (1989) Trailer



New Yorker: “Official Competition” Is More than Just a Movie-World Satire

Cruz And Banderas United By Humor in 'Official Competition'

'Official Competition' Trailer; Starring Penélope Cruz & Antonio Banderas

John Waters Mega-Show Planned for Academy Museum; To occupy 11,400 square feet; A shocking entry!

'Happening' Trailer (2022) Anamaria Vartolomei, Drama Movie

Highly Anticipated Thriller 'Watcher' Official Trailer (2022)

The Afrofuturist Musical Romance of Neptune Frost; Saul Williams and Anisia Uzeyman’s new film performs a radical intervention upon the science fiction genre


‘Flux Gourmet’ Review: Mastering the Art of Fringe Cooking

 

Luca Guadagnino: Things I’ve Learned as a Moviemaker

'Alice' Trailer (2022) Keke Palmer

Roger Friedman: Julia Garner’s Been Offered the Role of Madonna in Biopic But She MUSTN’T Accept It

It Starts On The Page: Read The Thrilling Series Finale Script For ‘Ozark’

Short Documentary: 'How Fiddler on the Roof' Made it to Hollywood; Director Norman Jewison "I'm a goy!"


ART NOIR


British art dealer faces trial in the US for alleged part in Inigo Philbrick’s ‘ponzi-like scheme’; Robert Newland worked for Philbrick’s secondary market business Modern Collections before stints at Hauser & Wirth and Superblue

After a Brief Trial, Eight Men Have Been Found Guilty of Stealing a Banksy Mural From the Bataclan in Paris; Will serve time with ankle bracelets

Convicted British Art Fraudster Angela Hamblin Has Been Arrested in Germany After Living on the Lam for More Than a Decade; The 'eccentric' 73-year-old was hiding in northern Scotland


Tate to return Francis Bacon archive—once valued at £20m—to donor who was close friend of the artist; Thousand documents and sketches from the Barry Joule collection to be deaccessioned by London museum over attribution doubts

Former Louvre Director Jean-Luc Martinez Has Been Charged With Money Laundering Over Ties to Alleged Antiquities Trafficking Ring

France Suspends Embattled Former Louvre Director Jean-Luc Martinez From Ambassadorship and Creates an Art-Trafficking Task Force; Martinez is facing charges related to a tangled global investigation of stolen works


SURF


Read the Award Winning Article by Don Wallace: Carissa’s World: How a Self-Effacing Girl from Kaimuki, In Honolulu, Surfed Her Way to Olympic Gold


William Finnegan: Kai Lenny Surfs the Unsurfable; Big-wave surfer tackles some of the most fearsome swells on the planet. On the surface, it looks like he’s just having fun.

Artist Tom Sachs "How to Learn How to Surf" This is a movie about bad surfers on the long, painful road to becoming OK surfers

'SWAY' An Album Surf Film; Featuring Josh Kerr

Must See! Absolute Poetry: Mitch Parkinson Steals Joel Parkinson's Board After Drop In


PHOTOGRAPHY


Having a Ball: The Best of Photo Basel — In Pictures

Will Wilson’s Portraits of Survivance; New Mexico photographer and Navajo Nation citizen has devoted years to surveying the environmental injustice against his people


Celebrated in a new exhibition, Anita Neugebauer founded Switzerland’s first photo gallery in 1976, shining the spotlight on local artists alongside international stars


Photographer Naima Green Is Documenting the Afro-Queer Present


Light Pierces Through Colorful Haze Suspended Above the Composite Landscapes in ‘Metamorphe’


From Marilyn Monroe to computer circuit boards, a new exhibition explores the images Magnum photographers have taken while on commission


Dreaming of Utopia: Photographing the 60s; In Pictures


What happens to old photojournalism archives? The case of the Black Star archive reveals surprising connections to Germany and histories which foresee the future


AMAZING MOTHER NATURE 

The Surprisingly Sophisticated Mind of An Insect


The Mysterious Magic of Waterfalls

The Crystallization of Ice Stars, a Music Video by Bellatrix Sébastien Guérive

UPDATE: Japan’s Monkey Queen Made It Through Mating Season With Her Reign Intact






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Enter Now to Win a Free Lunch and Tour of Anslem Kiefer's 40-hectare Immersive Enviroment "La Ribaute" (Airfare Not Included) Click Here!


In Pictures: See Photos of the Dizzying Array of Artworks on View at the Highly Controversial Documenta 15 in Kassel



When Abstraction Was Funny; "Alternate Realities: Altoon, Diebenkorn, Lobdell, Woelffer" at Norton Simon Museum



EJ Hill (repped by LA's Commonwealth and Council) Is One of the 63 Artists Participating in This Year’s Whitney Biennial. So Why Can’t Anyone Find His Work in the Show?


JAMES TURRELL IN COLORADO


‘A Journey to a Euphoric Encounter’: Visitors to James Turrell’s Latest ‘Skyspace’ Must Hike Up a Mountain in Colorado to See It

The Latest James Turrell Masterpiece Is in the Middle of Nowhere; Tiny Colorado mountain town is about to become the starriest art mecca of summer


LOVING ANNA

‘Inventing Anna’ star Anna Chlumsky compares Anna Sorokin to a pirate

‘Soho Scammer’ Anna Sorokin to sell NFTs, joining many celebrities, who are cashing in on the trend


‘It’s the First Step in Trying to Tell My Narrative’: Anna Delvey Tells Us How Minting 2,000 NFTs Will Help Her Reinvent Herself



Hew Locke Challenges Empire in Birmingham


Kim Fay in Detroit: Sue Carman-Vian At Detroit Contemporary; The Performance Years (1985-2014)



'Mika Rottenberg' at Hauser & Wirth


LUIS DE JESUS LOS ANGELES
Three Exhibitions: See the Works of these Artists:


Vian Sora "Subduction"


Liz Collins "Staring into the Sun"


Lavi Daniel "The Fruits of an Enigma"


This Ukrainian deep tech startup has trained an AI to paint war art


HANNAH LEVY


Hannah Levy Makes Sculptures That Look Like the Unholy Union of Corbusier and Cronenberg—and the Art World Can’t Get Enough



Never-Before-Seen Sketchbooks of Drawings Picasso Made With His Daughter Maya Go on View in Paris



New Yorker: Yoko Ono’s Art of Defiance; Significant figure in avant-garde circles; Did celebrity deprive her of her due as an artist?



In Pictures: See the Best of Art Basel Unlimited 2022, From a Painting Made of Hardware-Store Finds to a Shipping Container-Turned-Sculpture; Fan-favorite section presents 70 works of oversize art



Hauser & Wirth at Art Basel





Into Refik Anadol's Swirling World



Jeffrey Meris “be ever wonderful” at Matthew Brown



Artist and Director Kelly Reichardt Probes What Keeps Artists from Doing Work; Her recent film Showing Up features Michelle Williams as a sculptor who’s constantly driven to distraction

Sculpting a lighter story. Director Kelly Reichardt joined the competition with what could be called her first comedy


Lily Tomlin Answers the Vanity Fair Proust Questionnaire



Christian Thompson, the Australian artist taking over London’s streets: ‘I can be my own worst critic’


Christopher Wool on What Brought a ‘Sunday Painter’ Back to Life; “I had been on the treadmill for so long. And then suddenly I felt like I could just be an artist again,” he says. His long obsession with photo books has now taken full flight.


CORNELIA PARKER

Backstory: Artist Cornelia Parker and Her "Cold Dark Matter"; The British Army Set the Fuse


Cornelia Parker "Cold Dark Matter: An Exploded View" at Chisenhale Gallery



New Yorker: How Shahzia Sikander Remade the Art of Miniature Painting; In her retrospective “Extraordinary Realities,” the artist uses a once suppressed form to interrogate the modern world



Art Writer Kim Fay in Detroit: Mighty Real/Queer Detroit at the Scarab Club



Patrick Nickell "Like It Is" at Rory Devine Fine Art.



Is Seurat’s ‘La Grande Jatte’ the Most Misunderstood Painting of the Modern Era? Here Are 3 Facts That Cast a New Light on This Sunny Idyll; Look closer and darker themes emerge



Leonora Carrington Museum; Pictures


BAS JAN ADER


Bas Jan Ader: Missing at Sea, Missing at Home by his Widow of the Artist Mary Sue Andersen-Ader


"Dreadnought" An Experiential Short Film by Gordy Grundy; Inspired by Bas Jan Ader


GHOST IN THE MACHINE

'Demonic' AI Generating Its Own Secret Written Language That Nobody Can Understand; Image AI Generator called DALL-E, Turning Text into Images Has Sparked a Frightening Debate

Radical! A New System Called DALL-E Seems to Have Cracked the Code on True AI-Generated Art; Implications Are Staggering

DALL-E 2 Explained


FASHION


Mark Zuckerberg has been designing clothes for you to wear in the metaverse, including a formal grey suit


Met exhibition frames the kimono as a global transmitter of style, beyond national costume.


CRAFT


Hermès Puts Its Painstaking, Artisanal Processes Front and Center With Live Demonstrations in a Traveling Pop-Up


'This Present Moment: Crafting a Better World' Examines the State of Contemporary Craft in America Today.
 


ILLUSTRATION


Minor Literature: Kafka’s Drawings; Providing New Insight Into Written Work

New Yorker: The Transformations of Pinocchio; How Carlo Collodi’s puppet took on a life of his own


Let’s Run Away with Artist and Children's Books Illustrator Ernst Kreidolf (1863-1956)


FICTIVE ART: OUR NEW VIDEOS

Part One: Author Antoinette LaFarge Talks Fictive Art with Artist Lenore Malen

Part Two: Author Antoinette LaFarge Talks Fictive Art with Artist Lenore Malen


BEST OF THE WEEK with JERRY GOGOSIAN, THE INSTAGRAM LAUGH SENSATION!





THREADS


Sanford Biggers Cracks the Code of Quilts; Billed as a “survey of quilt-based works,” Sanford Biggers: Codeswitch feels less like an overview of one section of the artist’s oeuvre and more like a record of his creative process overall


A New Exhibition at the Museum of Arts and Design Delves Into the Phenomenon of ‘Garmenting’ See The Dazzling Images Here; First international survey of this offshoot of textile art.


Dambrot: Meet Expressionist Embroidery Artist Carmen Mardonez




BRAVING OPPRESSION

Oklahoma Movie Theater Posted ‘Lightyear’ Gay Kiss Warning: We’ll Try to Fast-Forward Through It

Dissident artists go on trial in Cuba, face years in prison; Seeking a 10-year sentence for rapper Maykel Castillo and six years for artist Luis Manuel Otero Alcántara

Hollywood's New McCarthy Era: The "Smoke 'Em If You Got 'Em" Podcast with Nancy Rommelmann and Sarah Hepola


GO, VAN GOGH!


'Closer to Vincent': the secrets of everyday objects in Van Gogh’s paintings

Why did Van Gogh fail to sell his work?


New research sheds light on Van Gogh’s problems with Gauguin, as revealed by the paintings of their favourite chairs


GOOD GIGS and ARTIST'S OPPORTUNITIES

Audemars Piguet, the Swiss watch company’s art-focused arm, Taps ‘Architect Who Doesn’t Build’ artist Andreas Angelidakis to Make Art for Oscar Niemeyer–Designed Paris Dome


KAWS Covers New York Magazine


Louis Vuitton to Release Second Collaboration With Japanese Artist Yayoi Kusama


Goldman: LA Opera commissions well-known, LA artist RETNA for 'Aida' sets.

Colossal June 2022 Opportunities: Open Calls, Residencies, and Grants for Artists

Creative Capital: Artist Opportunities with Upcoming Deadlines in May - June 2022


STAGE STRUCK


'Circle Jerk' Takes the Absurdity of Modern Existence (and Social Media) to the Extreme; Nominated for the Pulitzer Prize, the hybrid film/theatrical production is a dense and irreverent look at the performance of queerness

‘Back to the Future’ musical announces Broadway debut; Based on the 1985 film; Premiered in London


Scarlet Cheng Reviews 'King of the Yees' at the Sierra Madre Playhouse

John Travolta’s disastrous stage audition, Richard Gere, Liz Taylor, Richard Burton and other tales of making the musical ‘Grease’


A Frenchman with a Cause: The Young French Writer Édouard Louis Made A Name For Himself With His Searing Autobiographical Novels. Now He Stars In The Stage Adaptation Of One Of Them


MANUFACTURING ART

Stop Motion Woodworking "I just lined up 962 photos. I haven't processed any photos."


Want to Smell Like Cleopatra? Researchers Are Combining Ancient and Ultra-Modern Techniques to Recreate Historical Scents

Remarkable New Infrared Images of Picasso’s Blue Period Works Reveal Buried Underpaintings and His Extraordinary Process


PALATE PALETTE


See the Incredible Art-Inspired Cake Designs From the Blanton Museum’s Annual ‘Great Blanton Bake-Off’

"The Bear" Trailer (2022) Upcoming Comedy Series; Restaurant Fiasco


The Most Famous and Provocative Works of Art About Food

The 12 Most Unforgettable Descriptions of Food in Literature' Haruki Murakami’s stir fry, Maurice Sendak’s chicken soup and More!

Alison Roman: Caramelized Shallot Pasta





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What Does Rich-Kid Art Look Like? In an artworld reluctant to discuss class, there seems to be no way in without a master’s degree and a subsidised period of ‘emerging’



How Bleak Is the Future of the Art World? Conversation with Artnet critic Ben Davis about making art amid global crisis and fine art’s waning relevance



BODY ART: MILES DAVIS v. KAT VON D

Miles Davis Photographer’s Suit Against Tattoo Artist Kat Von D to Test Copyright ‘Fair Use’



The Cheech Opens!


MARINA ABRAMOVIC COLLABS WITH SOUND OF CERES


‘I am the universe, looking out from my tower’: Marina Abramović narrates latest album by New York pop music duo Sound of Ceres

DAZED Interview: Marina Abramovic and Sound of Ceres’ K on Aliens and the Meaning of Life

The Fawn: Sound of Ceres featuring Marina Abramovic

2nd Star Shroud: Sound of Ceres featuring Marina Abramovic

The Tower: Sound of Ceres featuring Marina Abramovic

The Glare: Sound of Ceres featuring Marina Abramovic


The Historical Allure and Power of the Color Teal



Nathan Redwood and Senon Williams "Portraits: Invented Subjects and Divergent Styles" at PRJCTLA


Five-Minute Tours: Jay Shinn at Moody Gallery, Houston



How Paula Rego (1935-2022) Took the Patriarchal Artworld by Storm



Punk’s New Wave: Raymond Pettibon’s Surf Paintings – In Pictures


Raymond Pettibon "Exceptional Works" at David Zwirner; References Turner and Hugo



Kiyan Williams “Between Starshine and Clay” at Hammer Museum



West Coast Modern Art Trailblazer Joan Agajanian Quinn Makes East Coast Debut at Armenian Museum


BLACK CHAPEL OPENS

Theaster Gates, the First Non-Architect to Be Chosen for the Serpentine Pavilion Commission, Unveils the Community-Oriented ‘Black Chapel’


Theaster Gates Creates Black Chapel Serpentine Pavilion as "a Space Of Deep Reflection"



Wangechi Mutu Brings Her Sculptures to Storm King



Deborah Roberts "I'm" at Art + Practice


So who the hell was Hieronymus Bosch? We misunderstand the artist if we fail to look past his grotesque beasts and monsters



Collaborative Project, Ebon: Fear of a Black & Black Kirby X: Ten years of Remix and Revolution at UCR Arts, Culver Center for the Arts


Why did Renaissance artists steal each other’s drawings?



Paris Review: New Eyes on Francesco del Cossa’s "Saint Lucy" (1473)



Self-Taught Artist Ovartaci Made Fantastical Creations in a Psychiatric Hospital for Over 50 Years; Now They’ve Found a Home in the Art World; Sex Change in Mid-1950s



Brooklyn Rail: Sean Scully: The Shape of Ideas


‘I’ll Never Be the Only Woman Again’: Two Art World Stars Discuss a Texas Show of Women Painting Women; Marylin Minter, Jenna Gribbon, and chief curator Andrea Karnes


The Art of Creative Destruction; Tracing artists’s commitment to annihilation, from Man Ray to Cornelia Parker


EXPERIENTIAL

Immersive Art Exhibits Are Money-Minting Machines, and Monet Is Next; Only challenge on the horizon is too much competition


London Is Getting a Permanent 30,000-Square-Foot Immersive Art Experience, 'Frameless' to Bring Kandinsky, Monet, and Other Legends to Life

Other Legends to Life; Frameless in Marble Arch will be the U.K.'s largest immersive art project

“Weird Sensation Feels Good" London’s Design Museum Hosts the World’s First Exhibition Dedicated to ASMR: Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response; Intimacy

Superblue: Interview with CEO Mollie Dent-Brocklehurst and Curator Kathleen Forde by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp


Video: See it to believe it! Refik Anadol Celebrates Antonio Gaudi in Barcelona with “Casa Batlló: Living Architecture”



JOHN STEPPLING


Docking the Ferry

The erosion of meaningful culture, the domination of corporate and state media and the gradual collapse of public education has resulted in the loss of a knowledgable audience. And as one sees with the Russophobic response to Ukraine, the entire pandemic only served as a precursor to some complete mental collapse.


STREETWISE

Graffiti TV 103: Ler2

Short Video: Street Art Images from the Mexico City of San Luis Potosi


Lithuanian Artist Ernest Zacharevic Creates ‘Transboundary Haze’ in Kuala Lumpur

On(Off)line - MuralFest Kosovo 2022


Miss Tic Leads the Women in the Streets


Brooklyn Street Art, Images of the Week


Brooklyn Street Art Images of the Week


ART BUSINESS


How Type-A Market Dealmaker Brooke Lampley Became the Highly Meme-able Face of Sotheby’s Next Generation; Sotheby's worldwide head of sales for global fine art talks Macklowe, Patrick Drahi, and the crypto community's fleeting obsession with her


A new home for Munch's Scream: take a look inside Norway's half-a-billion pound mega museum; Oslo's National Museum merges four of Norway’s major art and design institutions under one giant roof, creating the largest museum in the Nordic countries


Odili Donald Odita, Painter of Dynamic Abstractions, Joins David Kordansky Gallery

Smart Marketing: Cranbrook on the Green at Cranbrook Art Museum


MUSIC AND SOUND


Omar Doom on Making Movies with Quentin Tarantino, Writing, and His Next Musical Chapter ‘Vol. 2’

Artangel presents new sound installation at London's Senate House Library


What Does Digital Melancholia Sound Like? On London Contemporary Music Festival’s 'The Big Sad'

Rap on Trial: Why Are Lyrics Used as Evidence?


When Montmartre was Harlem-on-the-Seine

Jim Morrison Accurately Predicts The Future Of Music in 1969

Melodic Techno Set No. 1 by Elisa Audi; 2.25 Hours of Chill Beats

Newest psychedelic drug — is sound? How people are using binaural beats to get high




ARCHITECTURE


Harry Gesner, designer who created Malibu’s crested ‘Wave House,’ dies at 97

The Hotel Is 642 Feet Tall. Its ‘Architect’ Says He Never Saw the Plans; Architect lent his license to a New York City developer to approve buildings he didn’t design, according to an investigation by The New York Times

Architect Breaks Down 5 of the Most Common New York Apartments


The Smallest Structure Frank Lloyd Wright Ever Designed (a Dog House) Is Now on View


Reimagining an Iconic Midwestern Structure, Catie Newell Cuts a Slice of Sky Out of a Michigan Barn


Architectural Interventions and Exhibitions Taking Place at the 2022 Salone del Mobile


Wolf Prix is the deconstructivist architect who said "architecture must burn"


Discover the Poetic Modernism of Ecuadorian Architect Felipe Escudero


An In-Depth Look at Pritzker Prize Winner Diébédo Francis Kéré’s Radical Approach

Reason Magazine: The Death of Walt Disney's Private Dream City? Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis wants to end a wildly successful half-century experiment in municipal governance


Lavaforming: One Icelandic architect’s wild idea to construct buildings from molten lava 3D-printed bricks made of magma? It’s not as far-fetched as you think


COLLECTORS CIRCLE


Hotelier Lena Evstafieva on Why She Buys the Work of Emerging Female Artists—and Almost Never Sells; Co-founder of the Villa Lena Foundation has no regrets in her art collecting journey.


‘I Find Myself Attracted to Art With a Violent Component’: Art Adviser Sibylle Rochat on What She Collects and Why


Austrian collector Heidi Goëss-Horten has died, aged 81, days after her new museum opens


Former Goldman Sachs Exec-Turned-Powerhouse Art Entrepreneur Shanyan Koder on How She Chooses Which Artworks to Purchase


Watches at Auction


BOOKS AND WORDS

Wall Street Journal: The New Psychedelic Plot: With popular drugs like ketamine and psilocybin making their way into recent stories and novels, altering characters, expediting climaxes and dictating narratives, is fiction changing forever?


Frieze: What to Read This Summer


In 'Marlene Dietrich: A Life,' the icon’s daughter, Maria Riva, paints a damning portrait of the screen siren who raised her


New Yorker: Why Casanova Continues to Seduce Us; He fought for liberties, undaunted by his persecutors—and took liberties, unconcerned for his victims. Can we make sense of the Enlightenment libertine?

Review: Ottessa Moshfegh’s New Medieval Novel ‘Lapvona’ Cements Her Prolific Storytelling Talent

Books By Women That Every Man Should Read: Chosen by Ian McEwan, Salman Rushdie, Richard Curtis and more; Studies show men avoid female authors. Mary Ann Sieghart finds out why – and we ask male authors to redress the balance

Can an android write a book? A new app gets scary close

Meet the New Old Book Collectors


Nancy Rommelmann: What Man Can Do to Man: 13 True Crime Books That Get It Right






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