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Worktop extends from kitchen to garden in Sydney residence by Benn + Penna Architecture

Benn + Penna Architecture has renovated and extended a dilapidated terrace in Sydney's eastern suburbs, creating a new kitchen with a long counter that continues into a planted courtyard. New South Wales practice Benn + ... Read More

Kate Moross and Marina Willer head to Design Indaba 2017

Design Week will be there for the whole week finding out about the latest news, plans and projects from designers. The post Kate Moross and Marina Willer head to Design ... Read More

Federal arts funding is on the White House’s hit list

Federal arts funding, ignored by Democrats and Republicans during the presidential campaign, is finally getting attention. Americas cultural agencies, including the two national endowments, for the arts (NEA) and for ... Read More

Fabulous dancing Warhols on Oz museum’s Mardi Gras float

The art world is going gay this month, with the Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney at the forefront of LGBTQI celebrations. The gallery will get a fabulous ... Read More

All the Art Fit to Show (And None of It Fake!): Flag Foundation Plans a Show About the ‘Times’

Earlier today, reporters from the New York Times—along with reporters from CNN and Politico—were barred from a White House press briefing, so we thought there was no better time to ... Read More

Matt Van der Velde photographs abandoned insane asylums

Canadian photographer Matt Van der Velde has toured the deserted and decaying hospitals once used to house and treat patients suffering from psychiatric disorders. Confronting his own mental health issues ... Read More

McLaren unveils new F1 car with livery by The Clearing

The new car is orange, black and white and the look has been designed to hark back to the winning cars of the 1960s. The post McLaren unveils new F1 ... Read More

Marvin Gaye Chetwynd’s poochy performance hits Rochdale

Works shown at the 2016 Liverpool Biennial are going on the road as part of a special touring initiative, bringing top-notch pieces by artists such as Mark Leckey and Betty ... Read More

We are all made of stars, part 3: from the Women’s March in Los Angeles back to Europe

Womens March, Los Angeles, California, 21 January 2017 In Los Angeles, I remembered what was like to be in a liberal city. I realised that with the people I had ... Read More

Newly Restored Leonardo da Vinci Returns to the Uffizi Gallery

The painting makes its homecoming after spending six years at a conservation center. The post Newly Restored Leonardo da Vinci Returns to the Uffizi Gallery appeared first on artnet News ... Read More

Ai Weiwei’s Film About the Refugee Crisis Will Be Released in Summer 2017

The artist says that he can empathize with refugees. The post Ai Weiwei’s Film About the Refugee Crisis Will Be Released in Summer 2017 appeared first on artnet News ... Read More

The Week in Art: Art Wynwood Honors Shepard Fairey, Zoe Buckman at the Project for Empty Space

The art world parties on. The post The Week in Art: Art Wynwood Honors Shepard Fairey, Zoe Buckman at the Project for Empty Space appeared first on artnet News ... Read More

Channel Surfing: Channel One Unites Underground Cultures in L.A.’s Chinatown

This coming weekend the annual L.A. Art Book Fair will take place at the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA in Los Angeles’s Little Tokyo District. Also this weekend in Los Angeles ... Read More

Multicoloured concrete bar creates ice cream stand inside Melbourne shopping centre

One Design Office and Studio Twocan based this pigmented concrete bar inside an Australian ice cream shop on the technicolour treats it will serve. The Melbourne-based architects worked alongside artists ... Read More

Bang & Olufsen: the “proud Danish brand” with a global design outlook

We visited the electronics brand's headquarters in Struer, north west Denmark and spoke to head of design Marie Kristine Schmidt to find out more about the design-led business. The post ... Read More

Danh Vo takes on US independence with Mexican brands and gruesome tools

The Vietnamese artist Danh Vo has unveiled a major new work, Untitled (2017), at the Aishti Foundation in Beirut that taps into the fraught political climate in the US today ... Read More

Confronting the landscape: Doug Aitken’s Mirage in the California desert

Mirage, a new work by the artist Doug Aitken, has popped up in the California desert. The work, a facsimile of a suburban ranch-style house with mirrored surfaces, is part ... Read More

Shia LaBeouf’s ‘He Will Not Divide Us’ Is Temporarily Shut Down—Again

The project is proving to be more controversial than expected. The post Shia LaBeouf’s ‘He Will Not Divide Us’ Is Temporarily Shut Down—Again appeared first on artnet News ... Read More

Stavros Niarchos Cultural Center Handed to Greek State

The foundation donated €617 million to support the state with the center's maintenance. The post Stavros Niarchos Cultural Center Handed to Greek State appeared first on artnet News ... Read More

Italy’s Newest McDonald’s Offers Customers an Ancient ‘Museum-Restaurant’ Experience

The burger giant discovered an ancient Roman road on the site of a new branch. The post Italy’s Newest McDonald’s Offers Customers an Ancient ‘Museum-Restaurant’ Experience appeared first on artnet ... Read More

Paul Schimmel Is Out at Hauser Wirth & Schimmel  

His sudden departure comes as a surprise. The post Paul Schimmel Is Out at Hauser Wirth & Schimmel   appeared first on artnet News ... Read More

Provocative Chinese Photographer Ren Hang Dead at 30

According to reports, the artist committed suicide. The post Provocative Chinese Photographer Ren Hang Dead at 30 appeared first on artnet News ... Read More

Editor-in-Chief Bice Curiger on the Reason Parkett Is Calling It Quits

The magazine featured in-depth articles on an incredible roster of artists. The post Editor-in-Chief Bice Curiger on the Reason Parkett Is Calling It Quits appeared first on artnet News ... Read More

Boston Museum Directors Pen Letter Defending NEA and NEH

Following the publication earlier this week of an op-ed by Metropolitan Museum of Art Director Thomas P. Campbell in the New York Times, several Boston museum directors have co-signed a letter about President ... Read More

Rem Koolhaas discusses OMA’s first New York apartment building in new movie

Architect Rem Koolhaas has expressed his excitement at building in Manhattan for the first time, in a movie created to promote his firm OMA's 121 E 22nd residential tower. In ... Read More

UPS enters drone delivery service race

UPS has trialled a system where packages can be delivered by drone from the the top of trucks. The post UPS enters drone delivery service race appeared first on Design ... Read More

We are all made of stars, part 2: adventures in the Lone Star State

Top Gun Shooting Range, Houston, Texas 17 January 2017 I dont know how I ended up on a shooting range with four guys. I was definitely the only one who ... Read More
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