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Hosted by Curator and Writer Helen Molesworth, New Podcast Asks, Did Lee Krasner Basically Create Jackson Pollock?


Julie Mehretu’s BMW Art Car Fuses Glitches and Blurs; Sees a 2D image transformed into a 3D vehicle; Car will compete in the 24 Hours of Le Mans

Live From The Gagosian Platform; Gagosian’s ability to present work by younger Black artists in the context of their white elders who are also represented by the gallery

Upcoming Film ‘The Electric State' Based on the Artworks of Swedish Artist Simon Stalenhag Cost $320 Million to Produce

'General Rules Do Not Apply' A Group Exhibition at M Contemporary Art, Detroit

See the Show! Patrick Martinez 'Histories' at Dallas Contemporary

Saga of the Dramatic Restoration of ‘Las Meninas’: A Cleaning Marked By Controversy

Jens Haaning Reaches Settlement with Danish Museum; Famed work 'Take the Money and Run' becomes part of the collection

Video: Institute for Art and Olfaction: Carrie Paterson and Christopher Michno in Conversation


Wittgenstein and Buster Keaton; Robert Goff’s “Mobility and Vision In Keaton And Wittgenstein”; Wittgenstein on Language Games

My Husband, Yves Klein: As a new exhibition draws the crowds in New York, the artist’s widow Rotraut reflects on why his work still resonates

Exhibition of Sonia Delaunay’s Work Holds a Mirror to a Life Lived in Art; Painter, designer of textiles, furniture and autos; (1885–1979)

Rainey Knudson: Theaster Gates and the Aesthetics of Activism

Jenny Holzer’s Facile Guggenheim Museum Show Fails to Meet Our Moment

On Maurizio Cattelan: 'Sunday' Painter and His First Solo of New Work at Gagosian

Leda and That Nasty Swan, Throughout Art History; Seduction or Rape?

History of Breasts In Art: ‘A wild cocktail of emotion, politics and desire’: From lactating Madonnas to disembodied orbs, a new exhibition surveys the depictions of breasts and asks – what about the women who own them?

In an Old Tropical Plant Nursery, Lauren Quin Explores Kaleidoscopic Abstraction; Sought-after L.A. painter is letting her 'frenetic' new works play freely in an exhibition at 125 Newbury

One of the Most Unusual Art Heists in America Seems To Be Unfolding at Taco Bell; Huge Resale Market; 'They made it sound like they were talking about the Mona Lisa'

'Cinema Before 1300 AD’ and the Medieval Stained Glass at Chartres Cathedral

New Yorker Cartoons for the Week!

See the Show! James Hayward 'Monochromes' at Peter Blake Gallery, Laguna Beach

Video: Walton Ford: Birds and Beasts of the Studio

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New Yorker: In Forty-Five Years of Making “Mad Max” Movies, George Miller Has Learned That Audiences Are Seldom Wrong, and His Wife Is Always Right; His youth in a small town in Australia; Art of film editing, “You are tyrannized by time.”

Must Read! Cannes: ‘Rumors' is the Most Accessibly Goofy Film Guy Maddin Has Made; All Star Cast; Hilarious Synopsis

Escaped Iran Director Mohammad Rasoulof Arrives in Cannes; Escaped on an "exhausting and extremely dangerous" journey on foot; Sentenced to Eight Years in Prison; His "The Seed of the Sacred Fig" is competing for the Palme d'Or, the festival's top prize

Finally, Hollywood's Jewish Origin Story'; Many felt the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures was ignoring the elephant in the room

Review: Coralie Fargeat’s ‘The Substance' STUNS Cannes; Audacious, Bloody, and Brilliant; Tackling Hollywood’s obsession with female beauty; Starring Demi Moore, Dennis Quaid and Margaret Qualley

Demi Moore Defends Nudity And Gore In ‘Insane’ Cannes Film With 100% Rotten Tomatoes Score; Oscar?

Video: New Teaser Trailer Official From Cannes Film Festival 'The Substance'

Cannes 2024: Director Hu Guan's 'Black Dog' Film is One of the Best of the Fest; "Ranks as one of the best dogs movies ever made"

Video: Trailer 'Black Dog' Official Trailer (2024)

Video: Official Trailer 'Reverse the Curse' Starring, Directed and Written for the Screen by David Duchovny, Based on His Novel; Also Starring Logan Marshall-Green and Stephanie Beatriz

Video: Official Trailer: 'A Sacrifice' Mystery Cult Thriller; Directed by the British filmmaker Jordan Scott, daughter of filmmaker Ridley Scott; Starring Eric Bana, Sadie Sink, Sylvia Hoeks

King Coppola's 'Megalopolis' is a Fightback Against Artistic Safetyism

‘Megadoc': Mike Figgis' ‘Megalopolis' Behind-the-Scenes Documentary is Ready; Details

Kevin Costner Can’t Hold Back Tears as His Western Epic ‘Horizon’ Earns 7-Minute Cannes Standing Ovation, Promises ‘3 More’ Installments

Kevin Costner Civil War Epic Three Hour “Horizon” Panned in Cannes — Star Doesn’t Arrive in Film For an Hour!

Video: Official Trailer: 'Beetlejuice Beetlejuice' Creative Visionary Tim Burton; Starring Michael Keaton, Winona Ryder, Catherine O’Hara, Justin Theroux, Willem Dafoe and Jenna Ortega

AI Deepfake Putin Film Sells Big at Cannes

Sean Baker’s ‘Anora’: Wild Sex Worker Cinderella Story Just Dazzled Cannes; Breakout Star Performance for Mikey Madison

Interview: Emma Stone, Jesse Plemons and Willem Dafoe Crack the Yorgos Lanthimos Code

Cannes Review: ‘Kinds Of Kindness’: Yorgos Lanthimos’ Twisted Triptych On Control & The Human Condition

Yorgos Lanthimos’ “Kinds of Kindness” Was Booed at Cannes; "Unlike Bunuel he hasn’t much chuckle in him"

Ten Film Noir Movies That Are Perfect From Start to Finish; "The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of"

Review: ‘The Apprentice’: Sebastian Stan as Donald Trump? It Works! Jeremy Strong as Lawyer Roy Cohn; Iranian-Danish filmmaker Ali Abbasi (Oscar-nominated “Border” "Holy Spider")

Your Tax Dollars at Work: San Quentin Is Getting a Film Festival; Inside Prison Walls

Ethan Hawke Tells Young People to Watch Old Movies: ‘It’s on Your Damn Phone, Watch It!’

Video: Official Trailer 'The Damned' Cannes Debut; French production made by Roberto Minervini, an Italian filmmaker about America's Civil War in the 1860s

Video: Trailer: ‘Filmlovers!’ directed by Arnaud Despechin; Coming-Of-Age Story About The Love of Film

Video: Trailer: 'My Penguin Friend' (2024) Starring Jean Reno

Julio Torres’s 'Problemista'; A Brown Queer’s Take On What It Feels Like To Be a Problemista

'La Chimera' Review; Shows New Ways A Movie Can Be; Director Alice Rohrwacher creates a magical fairytale about a group of tomb raiders, anchored by a soulful performance from Josh O'Connor

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Le Français Buster Keaton: On the Runway for Fashion Week; Part 2


What Can We Learn About Artists From Their Gardens?

The Stunning Garden of Painter JoAnne Carson in All Seasons

Women Artists of the Bloomsbury Group Channeled Their Creativity Into Gardens, Too; The Garden Museum's new exhibition features the fertile grounds beloved by Virginia Woolf, Vita Sackville-West, Vanessa Bell, and Lady Ottoline Morrell

Artists and Their Monumental Gardens

Interview with Devon Tsuno; The Crime and Poetry of Camellias at Descanso Gardens


Ming Smith Moving Through Shadows; From Smith’s art, we glean a picture of an artist transformed by risk, by a willingness to wander toward obscurity

See the Show! 'Fraenkenstein' Jeffrey Fraenkel & Jordan Stein discuss Fraenkenstein’s creation; Works by Diane Arbus, Bruce Conner, Nan Goldin, Peter Hujar, Christian Marclay, Hiroshi Sugimoto, John Waters and many others

Reviews: FotoFest Houston’s Power Lies in What Remains Unseen; For some artists, erasure is a way to restore dignity

Carol Kino’s Forthcoming Biography of Frances McLaughlin-Gill and Kathryn Abbe, the Identical Twin Sisters Who Blazed New Trails i n The World Of Photography

Philanthropist Lisa Saltzman Is Launching an Annual Prize for Emerging Photographers; New award will recognize emerging photographers without restrictions on age or nationality

‘Russia’s Cartier-Bresson’: How Dmitry Markov Captured Beauty Amidst The Brutality Of Putin’s Regime; Photographer, Who Has Died Aged 41, Took The Nation’s Most Vulnerable People As His Subject, And His Soulful Images, Shared On Instagram, Earned Him Comparisons With The Greats


Wayfarers Chapel, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright’s son, will be disassembled as land movement in the area continues

Cold, Hard Tour of Brutalist New York City; With stops at the Salt Shed and the Tribeca Synagogue, the tour was among the highlights of Jane’s Walks, an ongoing series of curated strolls across the city

Podcast: The Lost Subways of North America; What went wrong

What Happens When an Award-winning Architect Designs a Watch? The Lebond Souto Moura

Zaha Hadid Architects Designing Al Khuwair Waterfront Development in Oman

MAD Architects Unveils the Design for Lishui Airport in Zhejiang

Heatherhill Beach House: A confluence of Danish materiality and form; Designed by Norm Architects, the beachside holiday home preserves the rustic Danish barn typology while incorporating contemporary innovations in terms of materiality

Dubai Unveils World’s Biggest Beach Project To Build High-Tech Bio Domes and Turn 45 Miles Of Coast Into Mangrove Reefs illo dubai-coastline

Man Ray’s Beguiling and Bemusing Filmscapes; Artist's 'Return to Reason' film series anticipated the extent to which the motion picture would inform how we curate and call up memory

The ‘Psycho’ House Was Modeled After This Hopper Painting; Both artists explored the loneliness that results from modernization

Film School: Our Critic Justin Tanner Recommends You See This Classic!

‘The Claim’ directed by Michael Winterbottom in (2000) is a great adaptation of Thomas Hardy’s “The Mayor of Casterbridge,” set during the gold rush of the 1850s.
Peter Mullan plays a prospector who sells his wife and infant daughter in exchange for a mining claim, then strikes it rich and builds a thriving community in the mountains of Northern California.
Twenty years later, his grown daughter (Sarah Polley) and ailing wife (Nastassja Kinski) return, setting in motion a series of emotionally wrenching events that turn the prospector’s world upside down.
Gorgeously shot by Alwin H. Küchler, and with a stirring score by Michael Nyman (The Piano), ‘The Claim’ is a rollercoaster of heartbreak and redemption, with an ending that had me weeping into my popcorn. ~Justin Tanner

Trailer: ‘The Claim’ (2000) Starring Peter Mullan, Milla Jovovich, Wes Bentley, Nastassja Kinski and Sarah Polley

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