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I HATE the beta format for The Art Newspaper

The new format for THE ART NEWSPAPER IS just awful.  I'm hoping that "beta" means they still have things to sort out in relation to the new format for The Art Newspaper. I'm not a subscriber but I... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

Twitter Reacts To Shocking Charlie Hebdo Cover Portraying Harvey Victims As Nazis

It should come as no surprise, but French satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo is stirring up controversy once again. For the most recent cover, the outlet portrays victims of Hurricane Harvey with art of neo-Nazis drowning (above) and a caption that translates to: "God Exists! He Drowned All the Neo-Nazis of Texas." Obviously, this has caused a huge [...]

California newspaper mocks feuding white supremacists by offering them $1K to fight MMA-style

3 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

Vicious infighting and internecine backbiting have riven a California white supremacist group with one leader challenging another to a no-holds-barred Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fight. Now, the alt-weekly newspaper The OC Weekly is offering a $1,000 prize to whoever wins that fight, should it ever...

Canada’s Globe & Mail kills off weekday arts coverage

Another serious newspaper decides it can do without the arts. Read the grim editorial rationalisation here.  

The Power of the Eye-Catching True Crime Headline

There is nothing like a good murder story to sell newspapers. And a good story needs an eye-catching headline. The Victorians mastered this art and nowhere was the genre better demonstrated than during the 1870s in the Illustrated Police News. Show More Summary

A Major Art Symposium Goes Awry in Mexico City

last monthArts : Hyperallergic

In late July, a newspaper reported that the 14th edition of Mexico City's revered SITAC contemporary art symposium had been cancelled, but it's more complicated. The post A Major Art Symposium Goes Awry in Mexico City appeared first on Hyperallergic.

Scotland's Herald Newspaper Cuts Coverage Of The Edinburgh Festivals In Half

“We are collectively concerned about the impact that this will have on the Herald's coverage of the country's vibrant arts scene, the fringe and all Scotland's festivals. The arts thrive on quality arts journalism and an enormous contribution has been made by the excellent team of arts writers and critics at the Herald."

Museum Visitor Steps On, Damages Yves Klein Artwork

“Even though we have several safety measures (warning signs, a partial barrier and a guard), the man was too fascinated [with the other work] to notice all of that,” a museum spokeswoman tells The Art Newspaper.

Go Down the Rabbit Hole: 10 Vintage Newspaper & Magazine Ads

I love a good print ad. Maybe it's my magazine background shining through, but it's difficult for me to see the interplay of typeface and imagery on paper as anything but artful, even though I know I'm being marketed to. Sorry if that...Show More Summary

Australia’s best newspaper has no further interest in opera

Michael Shmith, a star of The Age newspaper in Melbourne for 36 years, has resigned as its opera critic because the paper no longer allocates space to the art form. Michael writes: In early August, I resigned as The Age’s opera critic. I didn’t particularly want to do so, and my decision was neither pre-emptory nor […]

'The Pulitzer at 100' falls short on substance despite inclusion of A-listers

Serving as something of an overstuffed sampler platter, the documentary “The Pulitzer at 100,” marking the centenary of newspaper publisher Joseph Pulitzer’s effort to place journalism on equal footing with arts and letters, is big on variety but comes up frustratingly short on substance. While...

Embarrassing: New York Times Corrects Story about Climate Change Report

The New York Times was embarrassed when it had claimed a climate change report draft was an exclusive to the newspaper, but scientists who wrote it said it was available since January 2017. What did the Times’ correction say? An article on Tuesday about a sweeping federal climate change report referred incorrectly to the availability […]

Wednesday Links: Social Climbers and Liars Can Suck It

2 months agoArts : Art Fag City

Thomas Campbell, having been forced out of his position of Director due to budget woes and inappropriate romantic relationships, tells the Art Newspaper he left because he'd done everything right and there was nothing left to do. Sure buddy. Show More Summary

Cultural development post election - the promises and who decides who gets what

The Art Newspaper seems to think that the outcome of the UK election could trigger a cultural bonanza based on the notion that Both the major political parties make big promises about new money for... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

Dallas Museum of Art opens "Visions of America: Three Centuries of Prints from the National Gallery of Art"

4 months agoArts : Artdaily

?Prints are designed to circulate and reach wide audiences; they are to painting and sculpture what the Internet is to the book or printed newspaper. They are capable of being a fundamentally disruptive medium,? wrote the Washington Post. Show More Summary

Australian arts face media wipeout

4 months agoMusic / Classical : Slipped Disc

The Fairfax newspaper group – which owns the Sydney Morning Herald and the Melbourne Age – plans to fire 125 journalists.. Among them are all arts, film and books writers, as well as the two deputy arts editors. The journalists have gone on strike. The outlook is bleak. Whatever settlement is finally reached there will […]

Maybe Dropping The Turner Prize's Age Limit Wasn't Such A Good Idea

5 months agoArts : Modern Art Notes

The Art Newspaper's Ben Luke argues that limiting the prize to artists under 50 was a crucial element in the Turner Prize's success in drawing wide attention to emerging talent (the stated reason for the award's existence), and that eliminating that limit will make jurors' jobs much more difficult.

The Beehive Shrinks

5 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : Whatever

Well, this is sad news to me: The Fresno Bee, which is the newspaper I wrote for lo those many years ago, has basically killed off its local arts and sports coverage, in the process laying off eight reporters, including my very dear friend Donald Munro. Donald worked at the Bee for 26 years and […]

Taxi insider, Caltrans crabbiness, and a new newspaper

Three things to know today Welcome to Curbed Cuts, a tri-weekly digest connecting the dots between shelter, structure, parks, transportation, and more. "Art is peace!" The kids designed the mural and professional artists were supposed...Show More Summary

Taxi insider, Caltrain crabbiness, and a new newspaper

Three things to know today Welcome to Curbed Cuts, a tri-weekly digest connecting the dots between shelter, structure, parks, transportation, and more. "Art is peace!" The kids designed the mural and professional artists were supposed...Show More Summary

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