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At Art Basel Hong Kong, Forget About Fair Fatigue

Lawrence Weschler Writes in the Atlantic: Vermeer’s Daughter: A speculative theory holds that Maria Vermeer was not only a model for her father, but also an artist who created several of the paintings attributed to him. Could it be true?

Banksy Created His Latest Artwork 'Morning Is Broken' on a Rundown Farmhouse by the British Seaside; It had been Scheduled for Demolition, and It Was


Occluded Mastery of Hans Noë (Part Two)

Kehinde Wiley “Colorful Realm” at Roberts Projects

The Art World Publicist Takes Us Through A Week In Her Life; Art PR Maven Hannah Gottlieb-Graham Journeys to Todos Santos and Communes With a Pack of Wild Horses

Yau: Richard Hull Completes the Picture; Once known for his abstracted portraits, the Chicago artist is now exploring new directions


The Healing Power of the World’s Most Valuable Scent; Attending the artist CHOKRA’s performance introduced me to oud’s original purpose as a sacred healing tool that helps one recover from illness, mentally and physically


Discover Connections Between Immersive Installation and Exhibition of Prayer Carpets at The Textile Museum

Katie Shulman’s Delicate Dance With Fiber; If the body as a point of inspiration was once an innocent or abstract notion for the fiber artist, her more recent work can no longer avoid the body as battleground

Kumihimo: Braiding the Thread

Yau: Miyoko Ito’s Mysteries and Longings; In Ito’s art we glimpse something we cannot comprehend. A sense of longing and mystery, isolation and solitude fill the paintings

‘Nam June Paik: Moon Is The Oldest TV’ Exclusive Trailer: Amanda Kim’s Directorial Debut Focuses On The Father of Video Art

'Nam June Paik: Moon is the Oldest TV' Official Trailer


Group Show in London Traces Artists’ Spiritual Connection With Nature; At Modern Art, London, ‘The Moth and the Thunderclap’ contains works by over 40 artists channelling the energies of the natural world

Nate Freeman: How a Pseudo-Secret, Celeb-Friendly Poker Game Became the Art World’s Playground

Kim Fay in Detroit: Taurus Burns at M Contemporary

Yau: Raging Against the Dying of the Light; Jake Berthot’s paintings are haunted by an awareness of mortality and, beyond that, a feeling that no light awaits in the darkness


Zizipho Poswa Is Using Ceramics to Celebrate Her Xhosa Ancestry

The Art Nouveau Potters Who Broke The Mould

Northwest artist Jodi Rockwell has created an incredible show 'The Passage,' a Jungian journey, at Koplin Del Rio in Seattle. See the show catalogue and the works here

An Interview with Ceramicist Kathy Butterly; Vibrant, biomorphic ceramics that imbricate feelings and form

New Mexico's Red Clay; From Cooking Pots to Collector Ceramics

Virgil Ortiz, the Pueblo Artist Who Brings Kink to Traditional Craft


The List of Missing Worldwide and Historical Treasures

Spanish Collector Has Been Sentenced to Four Years in Prison for Attempting to Sell Forgeries of Works by Munch, Lichtenstein, and Others

The Tale of A Magnificent Boat With a Violent Colonial History; This Account of The Theft of A South Seas Cultural Treasure By German Colonists in the Late 1800s Reveals a Series of Atrocities

Two Curators Tried to Find Out If Salvador Dalí Really Painted This Strange Seven-Foot Canvas. They Ended Up Solving an Even Bigger Mystery

Dutch Police Are Closing in on the So-Called ‘Pink Panther Gang’ from the Balkans Behind the Astonishing Daytime Diamond Heist at TEFAF Maastricht; Stealing diamonds in broad daylight since 2001


Our lead film critic Justin Tanner reviews and recommends 'The Blind Man Who Did Not Want To See Titanic,' a film at turns sweet, romantic, scary, exhilarating and ultimately mind-expanding. And it's only 82 minutes long!

Ben Affleck Screened ‘Air’ For Paul Thomas Anderson

Ben Affleck's ‘Air' Already Being Touted as an Oscar Contender

Be Wary of PTA (Paul Thomas Anderson) Rumors...

'Renfield' Final Trailer; Nicolas Cage and Nicholas Hoult; New Take on Dracula

‘Americana’ Review: A First-Rate Crime Thriller Infused With Altman, Tarantino, & Coen Brothers, Boasting an Ensemble Cast at the Top of Their Game

Bret Easton Ellis: Michelle Yeoh Winning Oscar Over Cate Blanchett Was Political

'R.M.N.' Official Trailer; Director of "4 Months, 3 Weeks, and 2 Days" Cristian Mungiu

‘Joy Ride’ Review: Adele Lim’s Raunchy Comedy Is An Instant Crowd-Pleaser [SXSW]

Joy Ride (2023) Official Red Band Trailer

Interview: Alexander Skarsgård: ‘There’s a politeness to Swedes. It’s a facade. Deep down we’re animals’

'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' Season 5, Official Trailer illo mrs-ma

Quentin Tarantino is Not Making A Film About Pauline Kael?

NEON and Director Joshua Oppenheimer’s Golden-Age Musical ‘The End’ Begins Production; George MacKay and Tilda Swinton; Centers on the last human family alive

Tod Browning: the film-maker who brought the carnival to Hollywood; New retrospective offers another chance to appreciate the daring and often deranged films made by a director who was once the centre of a moral panic

Quentin Tarantino’s Final Film Is Coming as Filmmaker Readies ‘The Movie Critic’; About Pauline Kael?

Warren Beatty, Pauline Kael, Paramount Pictures and an Epic Hollywood Mistake (2017)

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A German Man Just Learning How to Use a Metal Detector Uncovered a Hoard of Buried Byzantine Jewelry and Silver Coins; Discovery was made in what once was a Viking Age trade settlement illo byzantine-buried

Kai Lenny called it the “amplification of self-controlled gratification” New fans of the Surfer's Motowinch

New Research Claims Leonardo Da Vinci Was Son of A Slave

Strange Meteorite That Crashed Into Earth Contains Two Never-Before-Seen Minerals

Up and Down? Marginalia Uncovered in Leonardo’s Famous Codex Arundel Suggests the Renaissance Polymath Theorized Gravity Before Galileo


I met the oldest woman in the world — who shared her memories of Van Gogh in Arles; Madame Jeanne Calment, who lived to be 122, recalled meeting the artist as a child

Van Gogh painted his lyrical Almond Blossom to herald the coming of spring

Hidden in a London attic, writer Martin Bailey discovered a Bible inscribed by Van Gogh; Vincent and his young English friend Harry Gladwell read the book cover-to-cover in their Paris lodgings—possibly praying to avoid the temptations of Montmartre

Did Vincent Van Gogh Get Gordina Pregnant? Christies is selling her portrait


New Criterion: On Some of The Great Collectors of The Twentieth Century

What I Buy and Why: New York Collector Larry Warsh on His Early Eye for Basquiat, and the Octogenarian Artist He’s Coveting Now

‘It Was Amazing to Use These Works to Tell a Story About Myself’: Adam Lindemann’s Collection Rakes in $32 Million in an Unusual Christie’s Auction; Sold works by Koons, Warhol, Hirst, and more

Art Investing for Dummies: Art Smack Podcast, with Jerry Gogosian and Matt C.

Ronald S. Lauder Reaches Agreement on Klimt Painting With Jewish Heirs; Mr. Lauder agreed to the restitution and repurchase of the painting from the relatives of an art collector who fled Europe in 1943 to avoid Nazi persecution


Winners of the 2023 Sony World Photography Awards Open Competition

Shipbuilding at Teesside, Northern England: Photographer Ian Macdonald

At The Drive-In: 1970s Roadside Movies

What Are the Qualities of a Great Portrait Photograph?

Enigmas in Plain Sight: ​The Photography of ​Tom Sandberg

Carrie Mae Weems Makes History as First Black Woman to Win Prestigious Hasselblad Photography Prize

87-Year-Old Artist Barbara Kasten on How Her New Career-Defining Monograph Shows She’s More Than Just a Photographer; Book unpacks the multidimensionality of the artist's practice

Historical Home Photographs in Renata Cherlise’s New Book 'Black Archives' Capture Black People Experiencing Moments of Love, Joy, Rest, Leisure, and Everyday Life

Another Instagram-Famous Photographer Emanuele Boffa Has Owned Up to Using A.I. to Generate Some of His Oddly Ravishing Images

Photographers Catch the Snow in Sunny California

The Lost New Jersey Photographs of Henri Cartier-Bresson; “Why New Jersey? Because people make such a funny face when you mention New Jersey.”

“Society Photographer” of NYC’s Downtown Underground; Jimmy DeSana’s work remains transgressive, even by today’s standards

Photographer Tina Barney's Crimes of Opportunity; New exhibition at Kasmin Gallery

Urban Spree Galerie, Berlin: “Lost in Time: A Photographic Exploration"; Six Berlin-based photographers

Tony Vaccaro, 100, Dies; Photographed War From a Soldier’s Perspective; After carrying a camera across battlefields, he became a magazine photographer known for his images of famous subjects like Georgia O’Keeffe and Greta Garbo


‘Tiger King’ Producers taking on a Documentary of Bored Ape Yacht Club?

Crypto Community Has Gone Nuts for Bitcoin NFTs. Here’s How the New Niche Collectibles Are Building Buzz and Value; In a short time, more than 210,000 of these digital assets have been inscribed

Trademark Lawsuits from Hermès and Bored Ape Yacht Club Could Shape the Future of NFTs; Two unprecedented trademark cases are set to define whether NFTs should be classified as artwork or assets

Tax Break? Mysterious NFT collector—who may actually be the rapper Snoop Dogg—gifts 22 blockchain works to LACMA

Nate Freeman: Sam Bankman-Fried, Bored Ape Yacht Club, and the Spectacular Hangover After the Art World’s NFT Gold Rush; Auction houses and talent agencies thought the Web3 works were a fast track to billions. If it weren’t for a global crypto meltdown, they might have pulled it off

NFT Buyers Are Suing Justin Bieber, Madonna, and Bored Ape Yacht Club’s Founders Over an Alleged ‘Scheme’ to Bilk Investors; Lawsuit claims A-list celebrities promoted products without disclosing the compensation they received


Why Is Cake (Yes, Cake) Suddenly Omnipresent in Contemporary Art? An Investigation

Aki Inomata’s New Art Project Lets You Drink the Clouds; 3-D Printing liquid (milk) clouds into water

Artist Georgia O'Keeffe's Personal Recipe for "Indian Pudding"; She adds, "Serve hot! If barbaric, top with vanilla ice cream!!"

Artist’s Palate: Mexican Architect-turned-Artist Jose Dávila’s Chocolate Fudge with Pecans

Artist Helen Pashgian’s Recipe For Summer Corn

Alison Roman: Dilly Bean Stew

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AI Images Visualizing Trump’s Arrest Send Internet Into a Frenzy

‘Killing Me!’ Trump Haters Can’t Contain Themselves Over AI-Generated Photos of Cops Nailing and Jailing Trump

Eerie deepfakes claiming to show Trump’s arrest spread across Twitter

How To Video: Let's Make a Deepfake!


Stick 'em up! Ai Weiwei invites you to give the middle finger in new online art project; So far targets on the platform developed in collaboration with Avant Arte have included landmarks, political buildings and even artworks

Take AI Weiwei’s Middle Finger Anywhere in the World; New collaboration between the artist and Avant Arte invites users to flip the bird anywhere and everywhere on Google Maps.

Ai Weiwei’s Lego Re-imagining of Monet’s Water Lilies To Go On Show in London; 650,000 Lego Bricks


The Button-Pushing Impresario of Balenciaga; How Demna engineered the rise—and near-fall—of the luxury fashion house

Les Chapeaux Des Dames: Colored Lithographs From La Modiste Universelle, 1882-1899

Kim Fay in Detroit: Marat Paransky at Color/Ink studio


Girl with AI Earrings Sparks Dutch Art Controversy

Evan Holloway in conversation with Julia Friedman


Nike Covered Up a Reference to Slave Work on Tom Sachs Sneaker Box in 2017

The Sick, Abusive World of Tom Sachs; Former workers who spoke to Hyperallergic reveal a culture of rampant mistreatment at the artist’s studio.

Former Tom Sachs Employees Detail New Allegations of Meager Pay and Dehumanizing Work for the Artist and His Wife, Sarah Hoover

Nike ‘Deeply Concerned’ Over Allegations Against Long-Time Collaborator Tom Sachs
Tom Sachs' partnership with Nike is in peril after former employees for the artist detailed various forms of mistreatment

Artist Tom Sachs Promised a Fun Cult

Tom Sachs Allegations: Boundary Issues, Underwear-Clad Nike Meeting, & More

Tom Sachs: How to Learn How to Surf

TEFAF Maastricht Bounces Back From Last Year’s Heist With an Encyclopedic Array of Precious Art and Strong Museum Interest

British artist Jake Chapman makes a mockery of Prince Harry's memoir; "Spare prick at a royal wedding" series remakes the front cover of the headline-hitting book


‘You’re Present for All of It’: Artists Open Up About Centering Sobriety in Their Creative Practices and How It Changed Their Lives

How Art, Music and Dance Affect Your Brain and Body

'Hidari' an Epic Wooden Puppet Samurai Stop-Motion Film

'Hidari' (Pilot Film) - The Stop-Motion Samurai Film

Behind the scenes of ‘Hidari’: The Stop-motion Samurai Film

Nancy Lorenz 'Gilded Matter' at Gavlak, Palm Beach

HitRecord is a nifty arts community for tweens, teens and pre-Generation Z founded by actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt. It is a busy place with a merry-go-round of projects. This is a recent post of the project "Seeing Faces That Aren’t There"

Supple Forms Bow and Bulge in Jonas Noël Niedermann Bow’s Colorful Glass Sculptures


Whose Stories Do Tattoos Tell? Inking the invisible and the unsaid on the body


Blacklips Was a Performance Troupe That Thrived in a ‘Dank Corner’ of New York’s Late-Night Culture. A New Art Book Is Bringing It Back Into the Spotlight; 'Blacklips: Her Life and Her Many, Many Deaths' documents the group's footprint

In Conversation actors Tim Blake Nelson and Michael Stuhlbarg Search for the Essential Truths

A Performance Artist Pushes the Boundaries of Drag; The spectacle of Christeene, a self-described “drag terrorist”

Kim Fay in Detroit: Rick Vian at M Contemporary

Wow! Making Art with Robots: 13 Questions with Wen Wormhole the Text to AI Artist Behind a Glam Rock Alternate Universe


Only 8% of UK Artists Come From Working-Class Background; New study making waves in the UK finds that people from low-income backgrounds are less likely to become artists — but that’s always been the case

Did Someone With a Trust Fund Paint This? Exhibition in Berlin shines a light on class, showing how social and financial inequality affect how art gets made, sold and displayed; Wall labels highlighting facts like how artists received funding for their work and the professions of their parents



Kim Fay: Putting Detroit Art in The Spotlight; Real Art Detroit, an arts journal, Finds an Unexpected Champion in Art Report Today

Now Online! Catalogue Raisonné, Franz Kline Paintings, 1950–1962; Thanks to Hauser & Wirth!


The Hilarious Critical Drinker Tells Us "What is Woke?"

The Free Press: The Witch Trials of J.K. Rowling: ‘You could not have misunderstood me more profoundly'

1933 Article Refers to the Legendary Frida Kahlo as the “Wife of a Master Mural Painter”

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‘I’m After Something More Sublime’: Artist Sam Falls on Making Art Out of Nature to Capture the Nature of Time

Carolina Caycedo’s Spiritual Fieldwork

A startup says it’s begun releasing particles into the atmosphere, in an effort to tweak the climate; Make Sunsets is already attempting to earn revenue for geoengineering, a move likely to provoke widespread criticism

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


The Apocalyptic Fear

Ok, since I am not a mathematician (nor a scientist of any sort) my interest here is with the nature of analogy. And Gribbin points out a great example, ‘the big bang’ theory. The big bang rests on a logic that comes out of Einstein’s expanding universe theory (which in fact seems relatively factual since telescopes can see galaxies and stars moving ever further apart). But this leads one necessarily to this idea of a ‘singularity’. Another counter factual construct. Hence Stephen Hawking adjusted his math (in my short form version). He adjusted his idea of time. And time is a very elusive topic, in terms of physics (or philosophy).


Artist Chris Bogia’s Abstracted Floral Sculptures Are in Full Bloom at Hermès’s Beverly Hills Location

Portuguese Artist Joana Vasconcelos Transforms Dior’s Paris Fashion Week Show into a Surrealist Landscape

Miuccia Prada Teams With Performance Artist and Choreographer Geumhyung Jeong for Miu Miu Show


Listen to Nature Sounds, Fall In Love With The Earth, Anywhere on Earth!

Post-War Parisian the Prince of Saint-Germain was an Advocate for American Jazz

Hell, at Least According to Hozier, Never Sounded Sweeter; On the eve of his return to the spotlight, the Irish crooner mulls over Ovid, Inferno, and his status as the internet’s forest king.

Hozier and His International Hit 'Take Me To Church'

Classical and EDM Composers Find Transcendence, and Inspiration, at the Berghain, the Famed Berlin Club

Central Cee, Britain’s Hip-Hop Ambassador; Musician takes Americans on a tour of British rap

Intro EDM! Einmusik b2b Jonas Saalbach live at Preikestolen in Norway for Cercle

Ice Spice: The New People’s Princess of Pop

The Freakish Powers of Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey

New Criterion: Igor Stravinsky’s earliest childhood memory was the sound of winter ice cracking on the River Neva; A review of Stravinsky’s Ballets


The Final Lessons of Janet Malcolm; The late author’s posthumous collection Still Pictures reveals the anxiety and acuity of a writer’s life – and questions the very act of its telling

Eleanor Catton Wants Plot to Matter Again; In “Birnam Wood,” the novelist suggests that choices—how they’re made, and the long, hidden trail of their consequences—are what lend a story meaning

Curious Obituary Artist Adam McEwen: Drawing with Words; With Gagosian

New Yorker Short Fiction: "Wednesday’s Child" by Yiyun Li

Downhill from Here: The Slant Book (1910); Baby careens on his baby carriage with so much momentum that he disrupts all aspects of society

The Art of Biography; Paradise Now: The Extraordinary Life of Karl Lagerfeld

The Autobiography 'Swanson on (Gloria) Swanson' was the product of a literary quadrangle with all the emotional complexity—and sexual tension—of her immortal comeback vehicle, 'Sunset Boulevard.' Breaking his silence four decades after ghostwriting the book, ghostwriter Wayne Lawson sets the record straight

Rilke’s Eternal Question: Does the outer space into which we dissolve taste of us at all?

Review: Two Artists’ Books on Dystopia; 'Crystal Clear, Western Waters'by Sant Khalsa, and 'drawing' by Laurie Lipton

Things Worth Remembering: W. H. Auden’s Poignant Embrace

Eating and Reading with Katherine Mansfield, a great master of the short story form

New Yorker Short Fiction: 'How I Became a Vet', "The suicide dogs, like most of us, were not what they seemed."

Top 10 Criminal Duos In Fiction


First Time in Seven Years; The Glory and Chaos of the Eddie Aikau Invitational in Photos

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

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MTV’s The Exhibit Needs a Cutthroat Judge; In episode three, the artists created works about the pandemic and bonded with each other, which is cute but doesn’t really make for good TV


Suffering From Anxiety? Try Visiting a Museum; New study discovered that going to museums can have myriad health benefits, such as improving feelings of depression, easing chronic pain, and decreasing the likelihood of being diagnosed with dementia

LACMA's Acquisition "New Abstracts"

Paddy Johnson: How Do I Get a Public Art Commission? Want to leave a mark on your city or town, but don’t know where to start? Paddy Johnson of VVorkshop has some tips


University of Texas to Add Large Eamon Ore-Giron (b. 1973) Work to its Public Art Collection

Eamon Ore-Giron on Artsy

Review: Indigenous Artists Tell the Story of Hawaiian Surfing at the Heard Museum, Phoenix

A Band, Formerly Known as "Exit Through the Gift Shop", Given a Banksy in 2010 to Change Their Name Has Put the Painting Up For Auction; Estimated $600,000-$800,000

Travis Diehl: Hao Liang Emaciation Now: Paintings of my Contemporaries

Kenny Schachter Pays a Mind-Bending Visit to Beeple’s New High-Tech Art Compound (Getting in Plenty of Trouble Along the Way)


Ezrha Jean Black: Jim Shaw at Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills

Is Jim Shaw Too Weird for the Art World? LA artist eschews minimalism and defies the limits of normalcy

Christian Marclay Is Still a Teenage Nerd at Heart

Brooklyn Rail Interviews Christian Marclay

Wynnie Mynerva’s Bloodbath Art at Gathering, London

LACMA Collects; See the Works! (Off-the-Blockchain Edition)

America’s Culture Is Booming! Really. Yes, the legacy institutions are shrinking. But thousands of small players in music, publishing, and the arts are powering a new golden age of artistry

A Curator’s Top Five: Deana Craighead, Curator of Art at the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum (PPHM) in Canyon, Texas

Why Do Art Collectives End? Former members of artist duos and groups discuss how and why art collectives form, and eventually come to pass

Finding Awe Amid Everyday Splendor; New Field Of Psychology Has Begun To Quantify An Age-Old Intuition: Feeling Awe Is Good For Us

Organized by Curator Michael Duncan, 'Another World: The Transcendental Painting Group, 1938–1945' at Los Angeles County Museum of Art


Trailer for Immersive Doc '32 Sounds' About the Connective Power of Sound

A bracing VR ride through Ancient Egypt accompanies Ramses II exhibition; Traveling exhibition about the Pharoah of Pharaohs includes ancient artefacts on loan from Egypt, curatorial texts and a $20 VR experience “guided” by Ramses II’s queen, Nefertari

Largest Touring Immersive Art Experience is Bringing 50 Burning Man Style Sculptures to Las Vegas Before It Hits the Road
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Frederick Whitney’s 'Blackboard Sketching' (1909)

Blossoming Paper: a Selection of Mary Delany's "Paper-Mosaicks" (1700—1788)

The Rise of the “March of Intellect” Cartoons (1828–29)

Drawn Off Course​: British artist Ed Fairburn's Portraits ​​Created On​ Vintage Maps

A Maddeningly Complex Ballpoint Pen Replica of a 1000 Yen Bill by Keita Sagaki

David Lance Goines, Who Shaped the Counterculture Aesthetic, Dies at 77; Starting with sensuous posters for Chez Panisse restaurant in Berkeley, his graphic work came to visually define the city and the bohemian ethos that took root there

Everyday Objects Swirl in the Dizzying Choreography of Alain Biet’s Elaborate Animation

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What Does It Take to Build a Successful Gallery in London? Two Generations of Emerging Dealers Hash It Out

A Conversation with Nieuwe Instituut’s Director Aric Chen on Leading the Dutch National Museum and Becoming the World’s First ‘Zoöp’

Judge Throws Out Copyright Lawsuit Over Artwork Featuring Ruth Bader Ginsburg Photograph

Series of Norman Rockwell Illustrations That Once Hung in the White House Is at the Center of a Legal Battle Between Family Members; Rockwell gifted the artworks to FDR’s press secretary in 1943. But who officially owned them after that is the subject of debate.

Ridiculous Spending on Museums May Be Here To Stay; Handouts for tourist-trap museums will be part of the federal funding battleground in the next two years

Does the West really care about human rights and art washing? As the art world continues to do business in authoritarian regions, some question its claim to being a force for universal good

Pace Gallery and PKM Take on Joint Representation of Estate of Influential Korean Artist Yoo Youngkuk

I Was a Museum’s Black Lives Matter Hire; “You think you’ve been hired because you’re the right person. But once you’re inside, you realize you’re not the right fit,” says curator eunice bélidor


Brooklyn Street Art Images of the Week

'Revenge Of Nature' Orakle and Atmo Paint a Dam in this Haunting Video

Fabio Petani Battles Climate Change with “Ozone & Carnegiea Gigantea” in Rome

Brooklyn Street Art Images of the Week

A Look Back at Banksy's "Exit Through the Gift Shop" (August 11, 2011)

Melbourne Artist Rone: Series of portraits of local chill women, strong and calm


Pritzker Family Heir Buys John Lautner’s Garcia House for $12.5 Million

Blueprints For A Dream: The New Age of Virtual Architecture

The 2023 Pritzker Prize Goes to David Chipperfield, Lauded British Architect

Daniel Libeskind First Architect Awarded the Dresden International Peace Prize

3 Interior Designers Transform The Same Foyer; What Would You Do? Architectural Digest

Manhattan’s First Public Beach Is Coming in 2023; Designed by the same firm that created the High Line

Up the Riverside! On New York’s Riverside Park

Charred Barn, MaMo Architects; West Chester, Pennsylvania

Matt Stromberg: The Contentious History of Frank Lloyd Wright’s First LA Home; In their exhibition at the Hollyhock House, Louise Bonnet and Adam Silverman engage with the building’s peculiarities — and its origin story

Shigeru Ban Architects creates cardboard shelters for victims of Turkey-Syria earthquake

Architect's Alphabet: 'B' is for Bows and Bays

A Circular Monument of Rust-Colored Stone Rests Atop Qujiang Museum of Fine Arts

Hegra, an Ancient City in Saudi Arabia Untouched for Millennia, Makes Its Public Debut; Archaeological site, now open to tourists, offers clues about the mysterious empire that built it and its more famous sister city of Petra in Jordan

Take a Peek Inside the Mexican Garden of Eden; Javier Senosiain, a pioneer of organic architecture, shares his vision behind Parque Quetzalcóatl – a park that has been decades in the making

A Star Wars-esque Dome Home Has Hit the Market in Joshua Tree

'Home is Here', Architect Graham Hart Explains Architect Vladimir Ossipoff's Thought Process While Building His Cabin at Pālehua, from PBS Hawai'i


History Repeats Itself in the Broadway Revival of “Parade”; Ben Platt stars as the doomed Leo Frank in Alfred Uhry and Jason Robert Brown’s all too relevant musical tragedy

The One-Person Show, Served Three Ways: In “Small Talk,” “Without You,” and “cryptochrome,” Colin Quinn, Anthony Rapp, and Evan Silver take the mic

Broadway star, Hailee Kaleem Wright, rose from homelessness to starring role: ‘I bet on myself’

Hildegard of Bingen Composes the Cosmos: How a visionary medieval nun became a towering figure in early musical history

Are 'Black-Out' Performances Racist? Only allowing “Black-identifying audiences” to attend

A Minor Play by Lorraine Hansberry Gets Lost in a Major Revival; Oscar Isaac and Rachel Brosnahan star in “The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window.”

Review: A Decluttered Doll’s House Speaks to Our Alienated Times; Chilly, restrained minimalism marks this Broadway adaptation of Ibsen, starring Jessica Chastain

Jessica Chastain’s Close Listening in “A Doll’s House”. Jamie Lloyd’s ascetic production of Ibsen’s 1879 drama eliminates nearly every conventional marker of character, location, or gesture

Review: A hypnotic new musical adaptation of S.E. Hinton’s classic young-adult novel ‘The Outsiders’ stays gold

‘La La Land’ Musical to Open on Broadway

'Stranger Things' Stage Play Official Title and Plot Details Reveal a Thrilling Origin Story

Spirited Away: Live On Stage Trailer; Based on the Japanese Animated Classic

Brooklyn Rail: Revive Odets!

Sonnez Les Matines, a Verse Play by J.C. Scharl; One Mardi Gras night in 1520s Paris, several college students....

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A Lorraine Hansberry Revival At BAM Reveals Her Playwrighting As Activism; Director Anne Kauffman says 'The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window' touches on everything from history, philosophy and politics to interpersonal relationships and identity. "It’s the kitchen-sink play."


Taking Shape: The Akari Light Sculptures of Isamu Noguchi

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Design Objects at Auction

Images from Japanese Design Magazine Shin-Bijutsukai (1902)

The Woman Behind the Curtain: Mary Blair at Walt Disney

The Art of Disney Legend Mary Blair

What about Mrs. Eames? He was the face of the business. She was the brains

Heroic Industrial Design of the 1940s at Auction, like this Eames Radio

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