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Art project: turn spam headlines into trashy tabloid covers

last weekHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Here's a gallery of fake tabloid covers in the vein of Weekly World News that use actual email spam headlines as coverlines. If this was a real newspaper, I'd buy it!

Good for NPR, Bad for Domino’s Customers

2 weeks agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlNY

A solid sense of humor is advisable today if the chosen (or forced) profession is newspaper reporting. And evidently, Michael Morain (pictured) has it in spades. A features and arts reporter with the Des Moines Register since 2006, he’s jumped into his paper’s meet-the-reporter article grid. Show More Summary

Tour the world's coolest art museum without even leaving your bed

The Musée du Louvre is the most visited art museum in the world — and it also might just be the most Instagrammed.  More than nine million people visited the Louvre in 2014, according to an annual study conducted by The Art Newspaper. That's...Show More Summary

"Due Diligence" in Buying and Selling Antiquities What is it?

Discussing the Art Newspaper article about the calls to open up the Medici archives to the public Duncan Finch admits confusion. He reckons that: an auctioneer who does check all the data bases available [...] is jumped on by the police for having a supposedly stolen item. Show More Summary

The high price of satire

3 weeks agoArts / Writing : Time to Write

People generally think of satire as a pretty weak weapon, but it still scares or at least annoys despots. The Art Newspaper reports: "A court in Tehran has sentenced an Iranian artist to 12 years and nine months in prison...

The impact of the Medici and Becchina archives

Source: MiBACT The Art Newspaper (Melanie Girlis, "Calls to open looted-art archives grow louder", 2 June 2015) has published a skewed comment on the impact of the photographs (and other documentation) from the Medici and Becchina archives (and there is, of course, the Schinoussa archive). Show More Summary

SF Chronicle Art Critic Kenneth Baker Retires (Perhaps A Few Years Too Late, He Writes)

4 weeks agoArts : Modern Art Notes

Being a newspaper critic has changed. “When Chronicle managers began telling us critics and columnists that we had to cultivate “our brand”—our own, not just the company’s—I knew my days in the industry were numbered. The reactionary libertarianism ascendant in recent years has been driven in part by the newly minted mythology of nearby Silicon […]

How Google Makes Sure Google Now Is Useful, Personal, And Efficient--And Not Creepy

Google Now honcho Aparna Chennapragada on the art of turning information into bite-sized, actionable cards. When Google director of product management Aparna Chennapragada was growing up in south India, she liked reading the newspapers that local stores used to wrap up goods. She enjoyed doing puzzles. And she was a comics fan. Read Full Story

Quick study: Eric Fischl leaves Mary Boone, Kenny Schachter's report from the dark side, GeoAb in Peru,Havana, space in DUMBO

According to The Art Newspaper, Eric Fischl, painter and author of a 2013 memoir called Bad Boy, is leaving Mary Boone's gallery after 30 years. “Eric has wanted to change his working relationship with the gallery,” says Ron Warren, a director and partner at Mary Boone. Show More Summary

Prince Charles Doesn't Really Get Postmodernism

A recent piece in The Art Newspaper details the 1980s battle between postmodernist American architect Robert Venturi and Charles, Prince of Wales over a false Corinthian column that Venturi wanted to add as a decorative element to his extension...

LA Times Critic: 'Hateful Ilk' at Texas Art Contest Just Showed 'Freedom' to Be 'Stupid'

Los Angeles Times art critic Christopher Knight wrote that Pamela Geller and her “hateful ilk” displayed the “freedom to do something stupid.” But Knight wrote a passage that is surprisingly ignorant of what’s in the newspapers:

Charlie Hebdo Editor Seeks to Distance Newspaper From Anti-Islam Causes

The editor, Gérard Biard, rejected parallels between the Jan. 7 attack on the newspaper and the Sunday assault on an anti-Islam art contest in Texas.

For major metropolitan newspaper, cat GIFs

2 months agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire Someone appears to have built a replica of The New York Times’ homepage at, which replaces all of the art with animated GIFs of cats. The headline typography and the page design is almost identical, with the masthead...Show More Summary

So Sure, We’ve Lost a Few News Publications the Past Few Years, But Comes Now “ACADEMY ART U” Newspaper to Ease the Pain

TweetVolume 2 is at newsstands now. 28 pages. Price: FREE Huh. So when you have money and not as much respect, this is what you do…

Installations: A Shipping Container-Sized Kaleidoscope is as Fantastical as You'd Expect

All photos via Architect's Newspaper Some designers revive shipping containers as jazzy modern homes, others, like Masakazu Shirane and Saya Miyazaki turn them into trippy life-size kaleidoscopes. Completed for the Art in a Container competition at the Kobe Biennale, a...

Timeless copper and brass pens by ystudio

2 months agoArts : The Fox Is Black

Like a lot of things these days, writing by hand is a “dying art form” that will soon cease to exist, just like books, newspapers, and records. I personally use a notebook everyday to keep track of all the things, which means I have a trusty pen that I take with me everywhere. Having the […]

Quick Answers: Cold Medicine, Reincarnation, and Newspaper Copyright

What genre would reincarnation fall into?Fantasy. Under the influence of cold medicine, I cranked out what I think is a cute picture book (text only, no art, but I'm still taking cold medicine so watch out). I am not new to writing, but am new to writing for kids. Show More Summary

New York Times' Dean Baquet Gives Look at Private Office, Says He Checks Facebook 15 Times a Day

The newspaper's executive editor gives THR a tour his workspace, featuring Creole pottery and contemporary abstract African-American art, for its New York Issue. read more

Artists from Five Galleries Dominate US Museum Shows

3 months agoArts : Hyperallergic

The Art Newspaper published the results of research that found that artists from five of the world's biggest galleries accounted for nearly a third of solo museum shows in the US between 2007 and 2013.

The Nine Countries With The Most Popular Art Museums

Data Visualisation by @Jishai. Data Source: The Art Newspaper.

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