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Christopher Knight Review: “Robert Irwin: A Desert of Pure Feeling"; Useful But Unsatisfying New Documentary Tackles The Career of Light & Space Artist Robert Irwin


Ed Ruscha on His Longtime Friend Billy Al Bengston

Louise Bourgeois 'What is the Shape of This Problem' at USC Fisher Museum of Art

Vanity Fair's Nate Freeman: Inside Antwaun Sargent’s Hyperspeed Art-World Ascent

The Swiss mountain with a racist name and Sasha Huber the artist fighting to rechristen it Rentyhorn, in honour of an enslaved man

Aimee Goguen 'Mountain of the Collapse' at JOAN Los Angeles

Scarlet Cheng: Solaire Culture Exhibition, The Bubbly Show

Artist Harmonia Rosales Reinterprets Genesis through a Stunning Subversion of the Sistine Chapel

The Artsy Vanguard 2022: Zhang Zipiao

Yoko Ono Before John; To Understand The Most Misunderstood Woman Of The Last Half-Century, You Have To Go Back To The Beginning

Music Legend Lionel Richie Bought a Trio of Works by Calida Rawles About the Overturning of Roe v. Wade at Frieze London

Paul G. Allen and the Art He Didn’t Sell


DeviantArt Users Lash Out over AI Tool That Generates Works On Its Own

How VR Is Reconsidering Human Connection; Josie Thaddeus-Johns looks at the work of Adina Pintilie and VR technologies in the search for a more perfect simulation

A Mexican American Artist Finds Heroes in Farmworkers; Narsiso Martinez’s portraits honor the immigrants behind big American agribusiness

Profile: Spanish artist Jaume Plensa on art in the era of NFTs: the celebrity sculptor demands his public works be important, democratic, beautiful ... and he invites us to look AND touch

Yau: Bernice Bing’s Search for a Unified Self

“Homes & Gardens: Lance Letscher Collages” at the McNay Art Museum, San Antonio

Censored? London premiere of Andres Serrano’s Capitol attack film pulled for being 'pro-Trump'; US artist says that Prince Charles Cinema has “misinterpreted” his work

Rashaun Rucker 'Never Free To Rest' at Charlie James Gallery


New Biopic! 'Hilma' Official Trailer

Hilma af Klint Goes Multimedia; Pioneering Swedish Artist Is Having A Moment, With A Newly-Released Biopic, New VR and AR Experiences and NFT Editions

Hilma af Klint 'The Ten Largest' at Moderna Museet, Stockholm

Hilma af Klint Fantasized About a Spiral Temple for Her Art. A New Virtual-Reality Experience Lets You Step Inside It; VR experience brings to life Hilma af Klint's "Temple" drawings during Frieze London


Meet the Mama of Dada, Pal of Duchamp and the Ceramacist of Ojai, Beatrice Wood

Beatrice Wood Remembers: Dada, Duchamp. Love & Tango

Strange Clay: Ceramics in Contemporary Art

Ceramics Park Steeped In Taiwan History

Katherine Choy: Radical Potter in 1950s New Orleans at NOMA, New Orleans

Down to Earth: Ceramic art may be the medium of the moment; From Theaster Gates at the New Museum in New York to ‘Strange Clay’ at the Hayward Gallery in London, clay is on fire in post-pandemic contemporary art


Ana Mendieta Deserves Better Than a True-Crime Podcast; 'Death of an Artist' podcast, curated Helen Molesworth, cannot seem to move beyond treating the past as a theatre of trauma

Banksy calls out fashion brand Guess for using Flower Thrower image in London store display

Paris Gallerists—Found Guilty Of Selling Picasso Works Stolen By Handyman—Receive Suspended Jail Sentences

In a Heist Fit for a Movie, Thieves Broke Into a German Museum and Made Off With a Cache of Gold Coins Worth Several Million Euros

Suspected Old Master forger Giuliano Ruffini, Wanted By French Police, Cannot Be Found

The Man Who Quietly Built a Massive Archive of Artists’ Deaths; Report from the Archives of the Metropolitan Museum of Art


Our Lead Film Critic and Playwright JUSTIN TANNER Reviews Director Maria Schrader’s bewilderingly dormant biographical film “She Said”, based on the Times’ epic take-down of Miramax film mogul, Harvey Weinstein.

Nicolas Winding Refn's Newest Neon-Drenched Noir Series Set Across Six Episodes 'Copenhagen Cowboy' Official Trailer Netflix

Nicolas Winding Refn Brings His Neon Noir To Netflix

'Inside' Official Trailer; Starring Willem Dafoe; Story of Nemo, an art thief trapped in a New York penthouse after his heist doesn’t go as planned

The Fabelmans’ Judd Hirsch Might Win the Oscar For His 10-Minute Cameo

‘El Conde’ First Look: Pablo Larraín’s New Netflix Film About A Vampiric Dictator Augusto Pinochet Begins Filming

Pablo Larraín Is Telling the Black Comedy Story of a Bloodsucking Pinochet in ‘El Conde’

To Find ‘All That Breathes,’ Director Shaunak Sen Tossed a Year’s Worth of Footage; Director Shaunak Sen goes inside how he found and created the most innovative visual language of any film this year.

'Welcome to Babylon' Featurette (2022 Movie) with Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Tobey Maguire

Damien Chazelle Calls ‘Babylon’ A “Poison Pen Hate Letter To Hollywood,” But A “Love Letter To Cinema”

Rumor: Lucasfilm Head Kathleen Kennedy Could Be Fired Very Soon

'White Noise' Official Trailer, Netflix, film by Noah Baumbach, starring Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig; Based on the book by Don DeLillo

Laura Poitras’ Immaculate Doc ‘All the Beauty and the Bloodshed’: Richly Textured Opioid Doc Plays Like A Great American Novel

Yacht Race Doc: 'The Race To Alaska' Trailer 2022

‘Flaming Ears’ Review: A Madcap Paradise Restored; Austrian experimental feature from the 1990s presents a post-apocalyptic world as an artist’s utopia

'Flaming Ears' Official Re-Release Trailer

Steamy Turkish love story and mystical mystery 'Shahmaran'

It’s the Childhood Delusions Film Festival, wherein adults submit homemade films shot when they were kids

'One of The Great New Cinematic Voices of The Last Decade.' S. Craig Zahler's Next Film is Shot in Black and White and 3-Hours Long; 'Woke' Media Hates Him; His “Bone Tomahawk”, “Brawl In Cell Block 99” and, especially, “Dragged Across Concrete” should speak for themselves

David Fincher’s ‘The Killer’ is 158 minutes? Based on Graphic Novel; Assassin (Michael Fassbender) begins to psychologically crack as he develops a conscience, even as his clients continue to demand his skills; With Tilda Swinton

When Teenager Steven Spielberg First Met John Ford, the Legendary Director Imparted Sage Artistic Advice


Pandemic Hits Candelas Guitars, Handmade in Boyle Heights; Neighborhood Scholarship program in Jeopardy

Honey Lantree: What Was It Like Being a Female Drummer in 1964?

The late great Palani Vaughan sings 'Ka'a Ahi Kahului', a song about the first railroad in the Hawai'i islands

The Andy Warhol Museum Has Unearthed Rare Master Tapes of the Velvet Underground’s Debut Album in 1966

Less Art: Peter Clothier on Michael Brewster; Within Sound: The Acoustic Sculptures of Michael Brewster

Cool stuff they used to paint on bass drum heads in the ‘20s and ‘30s

Nancy Rommelmann: Remembering DH Peligro, Drummer for 'The Dead Kennedys'

“Pauline: An Opera” a four-act opera conceived and written by architects Frank Escher and Ravi Gunewardena about Austrian-born architect Rudolph Schindler. his wife, Pauline Gibling Schindler, and the famed Schindler House in West Hollywood


Blank Canvas: PhotoVogue Festival, Italian Photographers

UBS Chief Risk Officer Christian Bluhm Quits To Become Professional Photographer

Salt Extraction Sites Turn Landscapes into Vivid Tapestries in Tom Hegen’s Aerial Photos

Artist Laurie Simmons Remembers the Pioneering Queer Photographer Jimmy DeSana, Whose Work Is Finally Being Recognized

World Photography Organisation Pic of the Month: Hal Gage

Patti Smith: ‘I Am Who I Am With All My Flaws’; At 75, The Punk Poet, Singer, Artist And Author Talks Candidly About Life, Loss, Loneliness And Her Acclaimed New Photography Project

Video: At Home in Paradise with David LaChapelle, Phase One

Photographer Noémie Goudal’s Collages Seem to Trick the Eye—But, Upon Closer Inspection, Reveal All Their Secrets

Hank Willis Thomas’s Tribute to the Photographers Who Inspire His Vision

‘Street Photography Is My Religion’: Americans on the Edge

Mean, Moody And Magnificent: Film Noir Studio Portraits


Constance Wu and Finn Wittrock Bring Horror, And Audiences, To Live L.A. Theater with ‘2:22—A Ghost Story’

Review: Motown Songwriting Legend Valerie Simpson’s Triumphant Night in “Under Broadway” Show Sells Out Sony Hall

Tony-nominated playwright and actor Jeremy O. Harris Starts Work at 2:30 a.m. and Lives Like a ‘Trust Fund Girl’; Works into the wee hours, sleeps in late and chooses Pilates over the gym: ‘There’s something about the masculinity of being in a gym environment that really freaks me out.'

Folly in the Park: “As You Like It” brings music, high jinks, and community to Shakespeare’s sometimes resistant comedy

Review: ‘Dodi & Diana’ Asks if a Relationship Can Survive the Past; From playwright Kareem Fahmy, 'Dodi & Diana' is a play reckoning with love's survival on the anniversary of the death of Princess Diana

Is Shadow Puppetry a Dying Art Form? There are tensions between those who wish to preserve the nature of shadow play and those who want to see it evolve

Mark Cromer: Death of a Theatre; One of the best Equity-caliber theatres in America committed creative suicide in the name of ‘racial equity’


Venture Capitalist Jarl Mohn on How He Mounted a Three-Ton Michael Heizer Boulder in His Office; He splits his collections of Minimalist/Light and Space art and pieces by emerging and underrecognized L.A. artists between his New York and Los Angeles homes

Russian Oligarch and Art Collector Creates Bond-Style Lair On Greek Island; Dmitry Rybolovlev’s Private Island Is Being Transformed Into A Resort Patrolled By Snipers—But Will It Be An "Art Island"?

In Pictures: See What $1 Billion Worth of Art Looks Like, Courtesy of the Paul Allen Collection Sale at Christie’s

‘I Had Never Seen Anything Like It Before’: Actor Steve Martin on the Spark That Led Him to Become One of the Top Collectors of Australian Indigenous Art

Rishi Sunak, Britain’s New (and Richest) Prime Minister, Is Also an Art Collector. Here’s a Peek Inside His Quirky Holdings

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Talking Sex Work With Pussy Riot’s Nadya Tolokonnikova for a conversation about art, activism, and how they converge in her OnlyFans sex work

Phillip K. Smith III: Light + Change at Palm Springs Art Museum

Artist Uta Barth Takes on Architect Richard Meier's Light


The Brooklyn Museum Is Expanding the Story of Art History With 200 Acquisitions Spanning Indigenous Textiles and Brand New Photography; See What Did The Museum Got?

Recent Acquisitions by Texas Art Museums Include Works by Kara Walker, Hank Willis Thomas, James Surls & Others

Julie Schulte: Decorum and Decay: Watching Astra Huimeng Wang Watching You


A Conversation with abstract sculptor Bruce Beasley on Art and Socio-Political Activism

Thinking Inside The Box: Walter De Maria’s ‘Meaningless Work’ Goes On Show In Houston

Arte Cósmico: PBS; This episode follows noted artists rafa esparza, Beatriz Cortez, Patrick Martinez, Guadalupe Rosales, Gabriella Sanchez and Gabriela Ruiz working in Los Angeles

Turner Prize 2022 Review: Cultural Anxieties and Insider Style

Artist Spotlight: Jim Shaw

The Painters Who Sought Refuge in a Higher Transcendental Power; Transcendental Painting Group lived through a global pandemic, great economic disruption, the environmental disaster of the Dust Bowl, and the dangers of rising fascism and war


The Return of Rococo in Contemporary Culture; Is the Rococo Style an Antidote to Our Bleak Moment in History?

Painter of Rococo Flora Yukhnovich Has Rapidly Become One of the Hottest Artists in the World. We Toured Her Studio Ahead of Her New Solo Show

Vija Celmins / Robert Gober at Matthew Marks Gallery

Yau: Jim Weidle and Our Beautiful Despair; In his paintings of ground cover and gravel, Weidle touches on the despair that has replaced optimism in the United States, the sense that the future is bleak

At the Guggenheim, Alex Katz’s Paintings Are Intimate but Inscrutable

Tracing the History of Railways in Japan Through Art

Artist Kate MccGwire on How She Crafts Mesmerizing Sculptures From Birds’ Plumage; Artist is unveiling her latest works at Frieze London, commissioned by Royal Salute Scotch Whisky

Podcast: Artist William Sarradet Interviews Artist Will Heron, Street Artist and Liaison for Meow Wolf

“Feels Like Life”​ An Interview with Barbara Kruger

Inside the $1.5 Billion Paul Allen Sale, the Most Expensive Art Auction of All Time

Kim Fay in Detroit: Ivan Montoya at Playground Detroit

Where the Sky Meets the Sea: Jennifer Guidi Leans Into Beauty; Artist’s new show at David Kordansky Gallery reveals her spiritual sensibility and inspires the pleasures of looking


Why we breathe: Everything from thoughts, emotions, and way we experience the world influenced by the breath

Intermittent Fasting: What Is It, And How Does It Work?


Jerry Saltz: Remembering Lee Bontecou and Her Volcanic Hell Holes

Doug Harvey's Less Art: Lee Bontecou: Back From the Void

Lee Bontecou: Drawn Worlds

Lee Bontecou: Abstract Sinister

See the Works at the Bangkok Art Biennale

Six Reasons Why Artist’s Artist Paul Cézanne Is Hailed As ‘Greatest of Us All.' As Tate Modern Opens a Major Cézanne Exhibition, Here’s Why Picasso Admired the Artist So Much He Bought His Mountain


Peek Inside Artist Adam Pendleton’s Clinton Hill Studio; Everything in the artist’s new workspace in Brooklyn is optimized for his nuanced process

In the studio with Hernan Bas

A View From the Easel: This week, artist studios in Austin, Dublin, Long Island City, and Los Angeles

Sterling Ruby gives us a tour of his sprawling LA studio; Tour Sterling Ruby’s 110,000 sq ft space, divided into distinct areas of operation, each focusing on an aspect of the American artist’s prodigious output

See Inside Artist Duke Riley’s Brooklyn Navy Yard Studio, a Converted Submarine Factory With a Custom-Made Pigeon Coop

What Makes for a Successful Studio Visit? 4 Veteran Art Professionals Offer Real, Actionable Advice for Young Artists


BTS Makes the World Their Art Gallery with New Google Street View Tour; Each band member shares his love of art in the new collaboration with Google

The BTS Art Experience Around the World

In His New Viral Music Video, Taiwanese Pop Star and Art Collector Jay Chou Performs Magic Tricks for Dalí, Monet, and Magritte

Catalogue: Famous for her Horse Sculptures Deborah Butterfield at the Marlborough Gallery; Fascinating Essay by Lawrence Weschler


Ben Davis: There Has to Be a Better Way to Argue About the Climate-Activist Attacks on Art; Strategy of "pushing cultural buttons" comes with a price

Beeple mocks eco activists who threw soup on Van Gogh's Sunflowers

Moral Toddlers Making a Mess

To Protect Us From the Vile 'Just Stop Oil' Children, Lil Nas X’s “I Will Avenge U Mr Van Gogh” Meme Goes Viral


The Art Of The Perfume Bottle; Because What’s Outside Is As Important As What’s In; James Turrell, Yves Klein, Frank Gehry...

Rolexes, Influencers and H&M Grins: Film 'Triangle of Sadness' Nails the Fashion Industry

In Tár, the Suits Make the Maestro; According to costume designer Bina Daigeler and star Cate Blanchett, nothing Lydia Tár wears is accidental, be it an impeccable tailored suit or a “defiant” baseball hat

Must Read! Kim Fay in Detroit: Joshua Rainer at M Contemporary


How Iran's Security Forces Use Rape To Quell Protests

As Tensions Escalate, Prominent Iranian Actresses, Hengameh Ghaziani and Katayoun Riahi, Arrested After Defiant Stand Against Government

Pakistan's Oscar Submission Banned in... Pakistan

Recommended Reading: Screenwriter and Satirist Nicole Najafi Breaks Down The History & Truth of The Fight for Freedom In Iran, Urgently Calls For Support as the Present Situation Grows Deadly

How Did a Minister Come to Own Hundreds of Edward Hoppers? Exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art exploring Hopper’s vision of New York has also rekindled questions about how a Baptist minister came to own so much of his art

Ooof! Artists Pick the 10 Most Brutal Reviews They’ve Ever Received in a New Book of Negative Criticism

New Yorker Cartoons of the Week: See Them All!


So Far So Good: Vivid Paintings by Murmure Take a Wry Perspective on the Climate Crisis

Dean Kuipers: Essential Reading For Your Inner Environmentalist, Volume Two: Making Contact

Aaron Gilbreath's 'Never Summer: Climate change has turned the season of endless play to one of constant worry'

‘Bonsai Is One of the Few Art Forms That Is Really About Time’

In Sonoma, Part of Donum Estate, Artist Olafur Eliasson and Architect Sebastian Behmann Have Built a Kaleidoscopic Pavilion Dedicated to Tasting Fine Wine


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And as many have asked, how did that dissipate and how did so many in that counter culture turn into middle aged reactionaries. The waning of tradition came under cover of a faux equality. Teachers were chastised for enforcing homework etc. These are broad generalizations but there is a truth to them. David Foster Wallace once said his generation were as if at a party and had started to secretly wish the parents would come home and put a stop to it. This is insightful but it begs the question if there were any parents left who ‘could’ stop the party. The authority of actual Reason was being attacked on two fronts.


French Designer and Provocateur Michèle Lamy Is Unveiling a High-Art Skate Park in West Hollywood; Fashion legend co-curated "Turning Tricks," a group show celebrating skateboarding culture, at Carpenters Workshop Gallery

No Time For Tonic: Daniel Craig Shows Bonds Just Wanna Have Fun in Taika Waititi Directed Belvedere Vodka Advert

See Surrealist Artist Mark Ryden’s Cheerfully Unsettling New Barbie Dolls, Set to Debut in L.A This Week


Hilma af Klint’s family criticises the NFT sale of the artist’s sacred paintings; Swedish artist's family say the digital drop contradicts the artist’s will and goes against her artistic intentions; Promoted by Pharrell Williams and Kaws

Hilma af Klint’s Mystical Abstractions Have Been Turned Into NFTs by Pharrell Williams

Crypto Lender BlockFi Suspends Withdrawals in FTX Contagion

Bloomberg Goes Deep on NFTs: The Crypto Story: Where it came from, what it all means, and why it still matters; Ponzi schemes

Olafur Eliasson launches a virtual reality work and NFT commissioned by MetaKovan—the man who paid $69.3m for 'that' Beeple

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How Nic von Rupp Quietly Became One of the World’s Best Big Wave Surfers

2 Minutes of Kelly Slater Surfing XXL No Kandui

Like Art, Surfing Can Never Slide Far From Its Spiritual Source

Photographers Score in Indonesia's Mentawais Too, Not Just Riders

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


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New Yorker Short Fiction by Graham Swift 'Hinges'

The Artist Duncan Hannah’s Unpublished 1980s Diaries Chronicle His Run-Ins With Everyone From Bowie And Basquiat To Warren Beatty and A Precocious Call Girl

New Yorker Short Fiction by Annie Ernaux: "Returns"

Mysteries: Anthony Horowitz’s ‘The Twist of a Knife’, Plus ‘Bleeding Heart Yard’ by Elly Griffiths and ‘The Lindbergh Nanny’ by Mariah Fredericks

But What I Really Want to Do Is Write!​ The Year of the Auteur Novel; Michael Mann, John Waters, Werner Herzog, and Quentin Tarantino

In Pictures: See Joan Didion’s Art, Furnishings, and Personal Effects That Embody Her ‘Bicoastal Glamour’ Up for Auction

New Yorker Short Fiction by T. Coraghessan Boyle: 'Princess'

Should Ovid’s Metamorphoses Have a Trigger Warning? Stephanie McCarter’s new translation grapples intelligently with issues of sexual violence that have often been obscured by euphemism

Gabriel Cholette Celebrates Club Love in ‘Scenes from the Underground’; Along with illustrator Jacob Pyne, a celebration of global club culture and its intimacies

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Christian Marclay: A follow-up to The Clock, twelve years later 'Doors'; 54-minute loop runs on like a rhyming game


Dimming the Sun to Cool the Planet Is a Desperate Idea, Yet We’re Inching Toward It; Scientists who study solar geoengineering don’t want anyone to try it. But climate inaction is making it more likely to make big mistakes

‘I Make These Beautiful Mistakes’: Nathanaëlle Herbelin on Her ‘Bad’ Paintings and the Sublime Ones Collectors Can’t Get Enough Of; Artist’s quiet figurative work has been stirring tastemakers in Paris and beyond

Kim Fay in Detroit: Group Show 'Confluent' at Elaine L. Jacob Gallery


Moran Moran Picks Up Artist Kenny Rivero

The Artist's Website: Kenny Rivero

She Lived a Secret Life for Decades. Now, the Entrancing Psychedelic Art of Kali Is Finally Finding Its Audience; Extraordinary true story of a visionary artist


Banksy shares behind-the-scenes video of his Ukraine interventions; Secretive artist has dropped a short making-of documentary chronicling his guerilla interventions in war-torn Horenka

The Beautiful, Brutal World of Bonsai; American undergoes a gruelling apprenticeship to a Japanese master


Marcel Dzama: 'Child of Midnight' at David Zwirner London (Scroll Down)

New Profile: The Dark Side of The Moon: The Art of Marcel Dzama

Fred Eversley Speaks! West Coast pioneer’s overview effect

Podcast: Set to open in 2025, How the Lucas Museum Plans to Tell Riveting Stories Through Art; Sandra Jackson-Dumont, the director and CEO, Tells Us How

Playing with Icons: An Interview with Hector Ramirez

Lenz Geerk "Arrival" Roberts Projects


Italy’s Santarcangelo Festival Counters Apocalyptic Narratives Through Dance

Dance film ‘RISE’ at American French Film Festival

Choreographer Gisèle Vienne on How the Euphoria of Partying All Night Shaped Her New Techno-Inflected Performance; Artist and choreographer dives deep into the rave and explores time, space, and the human condition

Kristin Leachman 'Longleaf Lines' at Georgia Museum of Art; Paintings of Old-Growth Longleaf Pine Forest

Emily Mayo, Earline Green, and Jenelle Esparza: "Formation" at Kinfolk House, Fort Worth

Yau: America’s Overlooked Landscape Painters; Masterworks of American Landscape Painting at the Center for Figurative Painting makes clear that the term “landscape” has been widely interpreted

Yau: The Hidden Poetry of Everyday Life; More than 100 modest and intimately scaled artworks in Still Life and the Poetry of Place provide glimpses into interiors, both humble and opulent

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‘It’s All Machine-Made’: Crossover NFT Art Star Refik Anadol’s New Installation at MoMA Lets A.I. Do the Creating, Generating, and Dreaming; With 'Unsupervised,' the digital artist's A.I. work makes its major museum debut

'Stranger Things: The Experience'

In anticipation of its new Grapevine iteration opening in 2023, Meow Wolf Receives Community Feedback from North Texas-Area Conversations

David Hockney Joins Immersive Art Trend With New London Show; Four-Storey-High Space In King’s Cross To Merge Physical And Digital Worlds To Let Visitors ‘See The World Through His Eyes’

David Hockney Put a Personal Touch on the New Immersive Experience Based on His Work Coming to London; Journey into the famous artist's work is accompanied by his own spoken commentary

Drake Is the Surprise Angel Investor Behind the Resurgence of Hamburg's Luna Luna, a 1987 Art Carnival With Rides by Haring, Basquiat, and Dalí; DreamCrew, the entertainment firm co-founded by rapper, plans to restage the fair next year; Ferris wheel by Jean-Michel Basquiat, a mirrored fun house designed by Salvador Dalí, and a carousel hand-painted by Keith Haring


Fantasy Football: a Kickabout with the Surrealists as a Card Deck

Selling Dystopia: Early Promotional Artwork For "Metropolis"

How Did Washington Post Illustrator Aaron Steckelberg Conceive this Brilliant Graphic to Protest the Unnatural and Inhuman Conundrum of Daylight Savings Time?


Magdalena Abakanowicz: Every Tangle of Thread and Rope

'Magdalena Abakanowicz: Every Tangle Of Thread And Rope' Opens at Tate Modern; Polish artist (1930-2017)

The Enfolding: Michelle Segre at 56

Evolving Perspectives on Quilts as Folk Art

Mexican Textile Artist Victoria Villasana Believes Creation Is Vital to Self-Growth; Explores the combination of textile and image in order to mark a space in time with her unique perspective

Psychiatrists Are Now Prescribing Museum Visits to Help Patients With Burnout and Anxiety; Initiative is part of a pilot study in Brussels


Court Has Ruled That Banksy Can Keep His Trademarks—and Anonymity—in His Battle With a U.K. Greeting Card Company

Standout Sales and Key Takeaways from New York’s November Auctions

Gagosian announces new board of directors including LVMH's Delphine Arnault and filmmaker Sofia Coppola; Star-studded board of 20 will “raise the bar on the gallery’s vision for the future”, mega-dealer says; Hints of Succession?

What Do a Filmmaker, Hedge Fund Manager, and Tech Company Founder Have in Common? They Are All on Gagosian’s Newly Formed Board of Directors

LVMH and Gagosian: Why the rumour of a buy out makes sense, even if it isn’t true; A shared client base, product exclusivity and international reach—just some of the reasons why these two brands are perfect bed fellows

Hollywood’s Top Talent Agencies Are Trying to Turn Today’s Hottest Visual Artists Into Household Names

Van Gogh’s Greatest Marketing Machine: new book uncovers how the artist’s sister-in-law managed his legacy; "Jo van Gogh-Bonger: The Woman Who Made Vincent Famous" is an altogether apt biography for the dutiful and determined woman

Click Here to Get The UBS Report: “A Survey of Global Collecting in 2022”


Explore Detroit’s Street Art With This Interactive Map; City’s new initiative comes after years of penalizing and white-washing independent and unauthorized street art

Brooklyn Street Art Images of the Week

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Brooklyn Street Art Images of the Week

ROA “In Limbo” in New York

Shepard Fairey: The Intersection of Art and Music


Bad Management? NASA Has a Theory for Why We Might Be Alone in the Universe

'A discovery that will rewrite history': 24 exceptionally well preserved bronzes unearthed by archaeologists in Tuscany

Ever Noticed All the Mysterious Maps in Vermeer’s Paintings? Here’s What They Mean


100-story Dubai ‘hypertower’ to take crown as world’s tallest residential address

Dali Edge Architecture Studio Renovation

NPR Podcast: This Architect Has An Idea of How Communities Can Assess Rebuilding After Floods

Lost Gardens of New York City

Elberon, the high-profile Gilded Age resort you’ve never heard of; Where McKim, Mead & White got its start

Architecture for Animals Leads The Way at This School For Dogs

Three Hotels Give New Meaning to Southern Hospitality

Tokyo-based architecture studio OSO completes Vancouver skyscraper modelled on Japanese lanterns

Cool Mud Beats Concrete for Building Homes in a Hotter Africa; West African architects like Clara Sawadogo are reviving old construction methods that keep homes comfortable as temperatures rise, without a heavy cost in carbon emissions

The 50 Most Beautiful Shops in the World; From Morocco and Mexico to Palm Beach and Portugal, our editors found the 50 best brick-and-mortar boutiques

A Play in Three Acts: Landscape architects design to please the senses, connect with people, and complement the architecture

Is This the End of Dada’s only Architectural Experiment in the UK?

Exhibition: An Overview of Zaha Hadid’s Architectural Form And Abstract Paintings

Ten Noteworthy Works of Zaha Hadid

The Architectural Photography Awards, A Shortlist

Walker Warner Architects Builds Its 'Hale Nukumoi,' a Breezy Hawaiian Retreat

The Architect Behind New York’s Most Exciting New Building; Architecture Innovator, Jeanne Gang, whose firm has envisioned a striking addition for the American Museum of Natural History, aims to bring us closer to nature—and one another

See How the Dutch Collective DRIFT Is Using Illuminated Drones to ‘Rebuild’ the Sagrada Familia, the Colosseum, and Other Landmarks; Technology also can be used to help architects visualize the impact a new building might have on a cityscape

The Woman Who Built a Superstar Architect’s Image; Author of 'When Eero Met His Match' speaks on the bond between Eero Saarinen and Aline Loucheim, and its enduring influence on architecture publicity


‘It’s Kind of Delicious and Wonderful’: A new colourful campaign for Glenmorangie

As Seen in Scandinavia: “Scandinavian Design and the United States, 1890–1980” opens at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

Dive into the Psychedelic World of Danish Designer Verner Panton


Hungry For Less: Cinema’s Longstanding Mistrust of Fine Dining; One-percenter satires 'The Menu' and 'Triangle of Sadness' follow a lineage of films expressing unease over haute cuisine

A Brief Compendium of the American TV Dinner

New ‘Eastbound Westbound’ Wine Documentary Highlights French And American Connections

How To Make An Avocado Rose/Flower

Coriander: The Unsung Hero of Indian Cuisine

Alison Roman: Pantry Pasta


Van Gogh goes to Hollywood: The Celebrities Who Have Owned Vincent's Work

'My Companions In Misfortune': Discovery Reveals Who Van Gogh Lived With in The Asylum

Amsterdam Exhibition Shines Light on Klimt's Artistic Debt to Van Gogh and Contemporaries

Jo Bonger: The Sister-in-Law Who Made Van Gogh Famous as One of the Greatest Artists of All Time

What were the first 12 Van Gogh paintings ever sold? And who were the brave collectors, way ahead of their time?

Van Gogh in America: Detroit’s Exhibition Set To Be A Revelation

Radical Outsiders: How Cézanne And Van Gogh Drove Art To New Heights

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