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"It's a Beaut!" A Hockney For the Huntington

A hot pink tree sculpture sprouts amid New York's leafy High Line

'Anselm' Doc Review: Director Wim Wenders Reverent 3D Portrait of Artist Anselm Kiefer

The Work of Painter Shannon Cartier Lucy (b. 1977, Nashville, TN) Makes Us Laugh, Giggle or Groan, Only in a Good Way


The Best Booths at Frieze New York 2023, From a Jack Whitten Tribute to a Lament for Roe v. Wade’s Overturning

NADA New York Viewing Rooms; Moves to West Chelsea for 2023 Edition

Data Spotlight: Trending Artists to Watch at New York’s May 2023 Fairs

Christie’s Small But Mighty 21st-Century Sale Reached $100 Million, Aided by Larry Gagosian’s Covert Bids and a Strong Showing of Women Artists; Early Jean-Michel Basquiat painting was the top lot of the night

Phillips scores $69.5m in New York evening sale, led by Banksy’s take on Basquiat; Painting by Noah Davis reached more than nine times its low estimate after a 12-minute bidding war


Drummer and heavyweight boxer Stan Levey played with the best. According to the LA Times, he influenced the 'Cool School of Modern Jazz'

Butler Busts Out! Hammer Museum Chief Curator Connie Butler Chosen to Lead MoMA PS1

Acting as Curator, David Salle Teaches Us How to See Anew, This Time Using a Private Collection Rich with Centuries’ Worth of Treasures

Kim Fay in Detroit: Zoe Mcguire at Library Street Collective

Did Claude Monet Learn His Extraordinary Use of Color From His Brother, a Pigment Chemist? A New Show Looks at the Influence of Léon Monet; Show includes never before seen paintings by Monet, as well as his adolescent sketchbooks


In August 1911, the Shocking Theft of the Mona Lisa Appeared to Have Been Solved 28 Months Later, When the Painting Was Recovered. In an Excerpt From Their New Book, the Authors Suggest that the Audacious Heist Concealed a Perfect, and Far More Lucrative, Crime!

Spanish Police Have Seized Five Fake Goya and Velázquez Paintings Supposedly Worth a Collective $84 Million; Works will go on view in an exhibition of seized forgeries curated in conjunction with Spanish police

Alex Garner: Thornton Dial at Blum & Poe


Andy Warhol estate loses US supreme court copyright fight over Prince paintings; Late artist’s estate has lost a court battle against photographer Lynn Goldsmith over his Orange Prince series; Justice Kagan vs. Justice Sotomayor


Our lead film critic Justin Tanner reviews "Blackberry," the rise of the innovative handheld phone and email device that no long exists today. The tight screenplay by Director Johnson and Matthew Miller, does a terrific job of setting the narrative balls in motion right from the start, making it more than worth a trip to the cineplex.

Scorsese: 'Killers of the Flower Moon' Official Teaser Trailer

Christopher Nolan’s ‘Oppenheimer’ Script is Entirely Written in the “First Person”

'Oppenheimer' Trailer (2023); Directed By: Christopher Nolan; Starring: Cillian Murphy, Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, Robert Downey Jr., and Florence Pugh

Recut of the 1979 'Caligula' finally comes to Cannes; Starring Malcolm McDowell, Helen Mirren, John Gielgud and Peter O’Toole

Johnny Depp Set to Direct New Film With Al Pacino; Story of Modigliani, the famous painter, zeroing in on the 48 hours which had him running from police through the streets and bars of war-torn Paris in 1916

Religion and Politics, ‘Padre Pio’ Trailer: Abel Ferrara’s Latest Drama, Shia LaBeouf Is An Italian Priest; One of Catholicism’s most venerated figures

Safdies / Sandler Plot Details, Steve Harvey Added to the Cast, Set in the world of 1990's high-end sports card collecting

French Bank Heist Comedy 'The Delinquents' Cannes' 'Un Certain Regard' section; 2023 Trailer; Directed by Rodrigo Moreno

Tom Hanks Takes a Stance Against Cancel Culture: “Let Me Decide What I Am Offended By”

Richard Dreyfuss Is Riled He’ll ‘Never Have a Chance to Play a Black Man’ Because of Oscars’ New Diversity Requirements; Slams the Rules, “They make me vomit”

Filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos: 'Poor Things' Official Teaser; Cast: Emma Stone, Mark Ruffalo, Willem Dafoe, Christopher Abbott

Sight & Sound's Top 250 Films (Part Three) Win Wender's
"Wings of Desire"

Todays "The Fast and the Furious" Wasn't The First Fast and Furious In Hollywood

‘Only The River Flows’ Teaser: Wei Shujun’s Noir Thriller Debuts At This Year’s Cannes

Director of 'Neruda' (2016), 'Jackie' (2016), and 'Spencer' (2021), Pablo Larraín’s Biopic of Opera Singer Maria Callas, Starring Angelina Jolie, Starts Production in July; Set during her final days in 1970s Paris

Uh-Oh! Americans want to see their favorite brands in movies, research finds; Barbie, Nike, and Pop-Tarts are just some of the brands starring in films this year

SOS! Oscar Winning Composer of “Joker,” Hildur Guðnadóttir, Frantic After Rare Electronic Violin Stolen from her Home

Whoa! 'God is a Bullet' Trailer; Nick Cassavetes’ New Revenge Thriller; Starring Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Jamie Foxx & Maika Monroe

David Mamet’s JFK Assassination Drama Set Up With Pacino, Mortensen, Travolta and LaBoeuf

12 Years a Documentary: Steve McQueen’s Non Fiction Film About Amsterdam During Nazi Occupation is Over 4 Hours Long; Cannes

'The Vast of Night' Official Trailer (2020)

‘The Rivals of Amziah King’: Matthew McConaughey To Star In New Crime Thriller From Director of ‘The Vast Of Night’

‘Yellowstone’ Creator Taylor Sheridan’s Exorbitant Personal Spending Is Causing “Internal Frustration” at Paramount: Report


Dubai’s next big thing? Perhaps a $5 billion man-made ‘moon’ as the city’s real estate market booms

"The hollowness of 'Architects Declare' should serve as a warning to the industry"; Has failed to live up to its ambitions and now represents a cautionary tale about setting sustainability commitments

Vanished Murals From The Empire State Building Rediscovered

Designed by Architect Shigeru Ban, the New Simose Art Garden Villa: Where Art & Hospitality Meet at the Sea in Hiroshima

"Now where in the hell is my studio?" Olson Kundig Architects Places Movable Studio on Rail Tracks in Washington State

Video Proof: Detachable Studio on Railroad Tracks [Editor's Note: Some ideas are best left on the drawing board.]

Mike Davis’s ‘Ecology of Fear’ Is Still a Ticking Bomb; Twenty-five years since its publication, the correlations between power, wealth and ecology depicted in Davis's book remain utterly relevant

Acclaimed Film Director Catherine Hardwicke Could Have Been An Architect; Told She Was ‘Too Wacky’ For Architecture

Yasmeen Lari, Pakistan's First Female Architect, Wins 2023 RIBA Gold Medal; Lari is renowned for her humanitarian work and emphasis on sustainable design


William Poundstone: Panoramas and Sara Velas

Doug Harvey's Less Art: Panoramarama


NYC Exhibition Extols the Charm of Restaurant Menus; Henry Voigt, a member of New York City’s Grolier Club, curated A Century of Dining Out from his personal collection of over 10,000 historical menus

Discarded Tatami Mats are Reborn as Contemporary Furniture


Contemporary Showcases the International Impact of a Mexican Ceramics Factory; Pair of exhibitions brings Mexican ceramics to the Dallas Contemporary

Simon de Pury on How Technological Innovations Have Led to the Art World’s New Craze for Ceramics; How technologies from photography to blockchain have broadened collecting appetites

Traditional Design Meets Modern Function in Natura Ceramica’s Elemental Earthenware Vessels


Congrats Jason Farago and Andrea Long Chu! 2023 Pulitzer Prizes for Journalism

A Brief (and Fading) History of Literary Cohorts; Granta’s 'Best of Young British Novelists'

New Doc: 'Loving Highsmith' Trailer; Writer Patricia Highsmith

Douglas Murray: Shakespeare’s Lesser Known Masterpiece; The Song From The Poet’s Play ‘Cymbeline’ Inspires Both Joy—And Sorrow

How The Poet Jorie Graham — Living With Cancer, Reeling From Her Mother’s Death — Wrote The Best Book Of Her Long Career


An Argument: Rob the Art Blockbuster Peter to Pay an Alternative Artist Paul; Balancing the art that sells with the art one wants to do

Vermeer Fever: Documentary On Blockbuster Rijksmuseum Show Reaches Record Number Of UK Screenings; Film, 'Vermeer: The Greatest Exhibition', Will Be Shown In Over 300 Cinemas Across The Country

All Cats, All the Time! Vienna’s Tourism Board Is Using Cat-Themed A.I. Spin-Offs of Famous Artworks to Urge People to Go See the Real Thing; These new A.I. versions of Austria's most iconic artworks all feature cats

Video: See the Cat Art that Made AI Art Possible


Gaudy Cartoon Cars Craze Turn Heads in Japan

Low-Key Collector Kept 230 Classic Cars Hidden Away in a Dusty Old Church. The Astonishing Trove Could Fetch Millions at Auction; Previously unknown collector amassed the stunning automotive collection over four decades

Frida Orupabo Reconfigures Black Female Sexuality

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