Joyce, Javier and now Julia—this week these three remarkable Js brought New York City memorable “Cinderella stories.”
Visitors to Tate Modern can't fail to miss the subject of the gallery's latest blockbuster thanks to some supergraphics created by Cartlidge Levene. A timelapse film shows how some of the studio's largest signage to date was applied to the gallery for the Matisse Cut-Outs exhibition – while Ian Cartlidge explains how they did it...
A multidisciplinary group at Carnegie Mellon University has recovered three new digital images produced by Andy Warhol in 1985. The files were recovered from "Amiga floppy disks stored in the archives collection of The Andy Warhol Museum," according to a news release.
Q: When you're a human rights activist recently released from prison in Russia and advocating for reform there, where's the best place to speak to get your message across? A: An art fair!
Time’s “100 Most Important People” is out. Sheikha al-Mayassa Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani has been dubbed “important” because she’s really rich, collects lots of art, and will make some of it available for view to the public. The piece was written by Takashi Murakami, who barely speaks English. Show More Summary
This striking spot from Nike India features 1,440 cricketers and demonstrates the love for the sport in the country, whether you be adult or child, amateur or professional...
In fits and starts, musical interface inventors have tried for decades to make manipulating digital music more expressive. But that persistence comes out of a clear goal post. They want the machine’s seemingly-endlessly possibilities to fit the human like a glove. Show More Summary
Everybody dies — that's both a truism and the name of new book by Ken Tanaka with David Ury, who may or may not be the same person.
An interview with the late Wally Olins on the eve of his book launch this month.
CR's pick of exhibitions, design events and creative activities for the week ahead including Paris Photo in LA, Hyères Festival of Fashion & Photography, Introduction to Letterpress with New North Press in London, Motion Factory behind-the-scenes animation exhibition in Paris, publishing symposium Art-Information at the ICA, and Off Life's #QuickDraw Live event in London...
Inspired by the work of J.G. Ballard, our story looks to the bleak, man-made landscapes of the future and asks: What happens when virtual environments become indistinguishable from reality? Will our global culture allow us to choose where to live, and who will stop us? What will we do with knowledge that becomes freely available to all?
Made Thought has designed a new visual identity, website and brand book for paper company G.F Smith, which it says aims to better reflect the brand's heritage and the people behind its products.
April is Cancer Awareness Month in Brazil, and ad agency Ogilvy Brazil has created a campaign to help support kids with the disease that features various famous cartoon characters – including Garfield, Popeye and Hello Kitty – all with their heads shaved.
How is it that the New York Knicks can fire their entire coaching staff - from top to bottom - cleaning it out from corner to corner while retaining all of the players, and in a few weeks, implement a...
I had the joy of hearing Senga Nengudi talk about her art. Nengudi makes soft installations and sculptures from pantyhose. When we (about 100 of us) were getting ready to leave, Nengudi said she wanted to give us a gift to remember her by. Show More Summary
Lucinda Dunn OAM is a legend of Australian dance, and The Australian Ballet’s longest-serving ballerina. Tonight, after her performance in Manon at the Sydney Opera House, she’ll bid farewell to the stage. She talks to us about interpreting Manon, her … Continue reading ?
Philip Johnson's grandiose pavilion for the 1964 World's Fair wasn't the only skeleton exhumed from his past today. The first public viewing of the pavilion in 27 years was followed by the release online of the renowned architect's FBI file by the Paleofuture blog.
I’m bummed that I missed the US premiere of Seoul Counterpoint at La MaMa a few weeks ago, but it’s still worth checking out the trailer below. Seoul Counterpoint, by Paul D. Miller (aka DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid) was presented by La … Continue reading ?
On Sunday night I found myself sitting down to dinner beside the Korean artist Kim Beom. At this moment, I did not know that I was already acquainted with his work. We talked about architecture, teaching, his family and his youthful appearance. In Kim Beom’s video, titled: A Rock That Learned the Poetry of Jung [...]