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What Worried Artists in Lockdown? The Same Things as Everyone Else

A major European show of work made during coronavirus confinement deals with boredom, doubt and isolation.
Tags: Art, News, Austria, Gallery, William, Kentridge, Marianna, Lockdown, Quarantines, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, Simnett, Cammock, Helen (1970-, Kunsthaus Bregenz (Bregenz


Tyler Mitchell: ‘Black Beauty Is an Act of Justice’

His debut photography monograph, “I Can Make You Feel Good,” suggests an Edenic timeline for Black American life, but also shows its inherited traumas.
Tags: Art, Photography, News, Gallery, Netherlands, Black People, Mitchell, Tyler Mitchell, Tyler (Photographer, Foam (Amsterdam, I Can Make You Feel Good (Exhibit, I Can Make You Feel Good (Book


At Magazzino, Social Distancing Devices Vibrate. So Does the Art.

A Hudson Valley oasis of Italian art debuts eight up-and-coming artists — and new wearable safety tech — upon its reopening.
Tags: Art, News, Gallery, Museums, Ny, Nancy, Hudson Valley, Giorgio, Merz, Wearable Computing, Kounellis, Olnick, Magazzino (Cold Spring, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, Coronavirus Reopenings, Boetti


Basketball and Barkley Hendricks: The Lesser Known Work of an Influential Artist

A digital exhibition at the Jack Shainman Gallery in New York includes several never-before-seen works by Hendricks relating to his love of the sport.
Tags: Art, New York, News, Gallery, Basketball, Black People, Jack, Hendricks, Jack Shainman Gallery, Barkley L, Shainman, Barkley Hendricks


2 Art Gallery Shows to Explore From Home

Galleries and museums are getting creative about presenting work online during the coronavirus crisis. Here are two shows worth viewing virtually.
Tags: Art, Photography, News, Gallery, Jack, Talbot, Hendricks, Kraus, Daguerre, Barkley L, William Henry Fox, Shainman, Louis (1787-1851, Quarantine (Life and Culture, Drawing: The Muse of Photography (Exhibit, Hans P


A Homecoming of Good Fortune for an Artist’s Pile of Cookies

Hundreds are staging a tribute to Felix Gonzalez-Torres’s edible sculpture. It addresses the grief of today’s pandemic — just as it did the AIDS crisis.
Tags: Art, News, Gallery, Sculpture, Andrea, FELIX, Rosen, Felix Gonzalez Torres, Fortune Cookies, Quarantine (Life and Culture, Gonzalez-Torres


2 Art Gallery Shows to Explore From Home

Galleries and museums are getting creative about presenting work online during the coronavirus crisis. Here are two shows worth viewing virtually.
Tags: Art, Photography, News, Beck, Gallery, Venezuela, Ny, Felipe, Benning, Ault, Quarantines, Jacome, Julie (1957-, Joshua Tree (Calif, Anastasia Photo (Manhattan, Migrants (Environmental


An Artist’s New Migration Song

Serge Alain Nitegeka can’t leave South Africa, but his art, on the refugee condition, is traveling.
Tags: Art, News, South Africa, Gallery, Marianne, Boesky, Immigration and Emigration, Refugees and Displaced Persons, Johannesburg (South Africa, Serge Alain Nitegeka, Nitegeka, Serge Alain


Get a Glimpse at Star Wars Rebels' Ships, Tech, and Shiny Lightsabers in This Gorgeous Artbook

Star Wars Rebels was a stepping stone between the work done (and still being done) by Clone Wars and the end of the prequels, and bridging the gap to the aesthetic made iconic by the original Star Wars. Rebels had to walk a line between two tonally very different worlds while bringing its own flair to the table—and…Read more...
Tags: Art, Star Wars, Books, Science, Disney, Gallery, Animation, Exclusive, Lucasfilm, Preview, Star Wars Rebels, Dark Horse, The Art Of Star Wars Rebels


Westworld 3.07 Photos: Passed Pawn

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Westworld 3.07 Photos: Passed Pawn HBO has released new photos for the Westworld 3.07 episode titled “Passed Pawn,” featuring Aaron Paul, Jeffrey Wright, Evan Rachel Wood and Vincent Cassel. You can check out the photos now in the gallery below! Directed by Helen Shaver from a script written by Gina Atwater, the new episode is scheduled to air this Sunday on April 26. RELATED: HBO Renews Westworld for a Fourth Season! Westworld Season 3 features Aaron Paul (Breaking Ba...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, TV, Movies, Gallery, TV News, Marshawn Lynch, Westworld, Ben Stephenson, ComingSoon, Vincent Cassel, Rodrigo Santoro, Helen Shaver, Jonathan Nolan Lisa Joy, TV Premiere Date, Michael Crichton Westworld


Koenigsegg Jesko Absolut: New Photos to Make You Drool

The Koenigsegg Jesko Absolut is many things, but would you ever imagine it as a daily driver? Now stay with us here for a second . . . the Jesko Absolut has cushy Alcantara seats, power windows, an adjustable steering wheel and pedals, climate control, and Apple CarPlay. There is even a reverse camera for the parking lot at the local Kroger. While the blistering performance is obvious, Koenigsegg says what may not be apparent is how they designed the Jesko Absolut with daily driving in mind....
Tags: Apple, Gallery, Autos, Kroger, Koenigsegg, Alcantara, Car Talk, Jesko Absolut


The Rise of Skywalker Could've Given Us a Giant Tank Shaped Like BB-8

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker already had so much going on, but our exclusive look at some of the concept art behind making it reveals the film could’ve had even more, including something truly delightful. Three words, my friends: BB-8. Battle. Tank.Read more...
Tags: Star Wars, Books, Science, Disney, Gallery, Robots, David Bowie, Artists, Exclusive, Lucasfilm, Preview, Concept Art, Skywalker, Abrams Books, Bb 8, Phil Szostak


This McLaren 720S Spider Fury is a Carbon Fiber Masterpiece From Russia

The McLaren 720S Spider is a sexy car in its own right, but when TopCar Design modifies one? That’s exactly what you see in the above gallery. Say hello to the McLaren 720S Spider Fury, Russia’s Carbon Fiber Masterpiece! What Is TopCar Design? TopCar Design, founded by Russian businessman Oleg Egorov in 2004, produces tuning components for luxury and performance cars like the McLaren 720S. The company takes a number of serial production vehicles and further personalizes them. Today, the...
Tags: Russia, Gallery, Autos, Mclaren, Berlin Germany, Alcantara, Detroit Michigan, Topcar, Car Talk, Automoblog, Gearhead Media LLC, Oleg Egorov


Art Galleries Respond to Virus Outbreak With Online Viewing Rooms

After canceling its fair, Art Basel Hong Kong will present more than 2,000 works online with an estimated value of $270 million. That’s just the beginning as the art world goes virtual.
Tags: Art, News, David, Gallery, Jeff, Koons, Computers and the Internet, Basel Hong Kong, Zwirner, Art Basel Hong Kong


2020 BMW X6M Competition – Car Specifications & Performance

In April 2020, BMW is going to launch an elegant X6M Competition, which is going to be the third generation of its high-performance executive Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV) and Sports Activity Coupe (SAC) models. This all-new X6M competition version comes with a 4.4-liter Twin-Turbo V8 Gasoline engine that can produce 625 hp @ 6000 rpm, and a torque of 553 lb-ft @ 2200 rpm. This variant comes with 8-Speed Automatic Transmission and All-Wheel Drive Drivetrain, Rack-Pinion Steering Type, Aluminum ...
Tags: Gallery, Autos, Performance, BMW X6 M, 2020 BMW X6M Competition, Car Specifications


The Fully-Electric BMW i4 Concept – The new Tesla’s nightmare

It is quite annoying to initiate every electric car story with a mention of Tesla Model 3 or other New Tesla Models. But this is going to be vanished and conceptualized differently from now on. BMW is introducing an all-new concept of fully-electric BMW i4 which is a compact saloon, will come up with a superb range, productivity, as well as, elegancy and vibrant look, and gut-spinning acceleration. BMW i4 concept is a show car and may not make greater sales, but it is more than enough to destro...
Tags: Tesla, Gallery, Autos, Epa, Bmw, Concept Cars, Bmw I, Tesla Model, BMW i4 Concept, Fully-Electric, Tesla Nightmare, Tesla Rival, Fully Electric BMW


What José Parlá, JR and Kunle Martins Learned from Graffiti

Three shows in New York are inspired by a transgressive art form. For Parlá, it’s a mode of aesthetic innovation; for JR, it’s a jumping-off point and a pretense; for Martins, it’s a way to connect past and present.
Tags: Art, Photography, New York, News, Gallery, Museums, Ny, Graffiti, Jr, Jose, Martins, Brooklyn Museum, Bronx Museum of the Arts, Parla, 56 Henry (Manhattan, Kunle F


The Smithsonian puts almost 3 million high-res images online, free for everyone to download and use

The Smithsonian Institution has released an online gallery of 2.8 million images with more to come. The massive collection includes images and data from across the Smithsonian’s 19 museums, along with nine research centers, libraries, archives, and the National Zoo. And the best of all is: all photos are copyright-free and available for you to […] The post The Smithsonian puts almost 3 million high-res images online, free for everyone to download and use appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, History, Copyright, Museum, Gallery, Smithsonian, Art History, Smithsonian Institution, Historical Photography, Historic Photos


Innovative food tracker uses app to help you live zero-waste

Industrial designers Altino Alex and Savin Dimov have just unveiled an innovative product geared towards helping families around the world reduce their food waste. The Bubble Food Tracker is an app-controlled food tracker that monitors products in your kitchen, keeping you aware of what you have in stock and your regular consumption habits, all to bring you closer to a zero-waste lifestyle. Food waste is one of the world’s most pressing issues. In fact, according to the Food and Agricultural O...
Tags: Food, Design, Gallery, Innovation, Zero Waste, Modular, Eat & Drink, Zero Waste Lifestyle, Food Tracker, Post-format-gallery, Savin Dimov, Global food waste, Zero-waste Design, Altino Alex, Zero Waste Kitchens, Modular Innovations


LEED Gold-targeted office mimics High Line via lush greenery

New York City’s award-winning High Line has attracted yet another sculptural building to its side — 512 West 22nd Street, a contemporary Chelsea office building that takes cues from the elevated park with landscaped terraces on every floor. Designed by local architecture firm COOKFOX Architects, the new building is inspired by not only its proximity to the High Line, but also the neighborhood’s industrial history. The office is expected to achieve LEED Gold certification.  Located adjacent to t...
Tags: Design, NYC, Office, New York City, Architecture, Gallery, Chelsea, Workspace, Contemporary Architecture, Leed Gold, Hudson River, Native Plants, LEED, Granite, Terrace, Terracotta


How to build an artist website

For great self-promotion we all know how important it is to be active on all social site. A website can also be a great central location for your fans to find you online. A website should be two things, clean and intuitive. So what can a website provide that Facebook can’t? While a timeline of your activity can be a good medium for fans keep track of your on goings, a clean all in one area with neatly filed pages for news, events, media, etc. helps fans find exactly what they’re after in s...
Tags: Mobile, Facebook, Music, Design, News, Events, Blog, Social Media, Gallery, Forum, How To, Html, Merch, Clean, About, Develop


3-wheeled electric truck doubles as a sweet tiny camper

The worlds of electric vehicles and tiny campers have collided to bring us the Elektro Frosch — a tiny, three-wheeled electric pickup truck that has a fold-out camper. The cute little “Electric Frog” campers have everything you need to enjoy a minimalist outdoor excursion, including a camper that sleeps two and a large tarp that pulls out from the vehicle to cover the cooking and dining space. Designed by the German company Elektro Frosch, the electric truck comes in two sizes: the Big and the ...
Tags: Design, Automotive, Gallery, Electric Vehicles, Tent, Electric Cars, Post-format-gallery, Electric Truck, Camper Design, Tiny Campers, Electric Vans, Electric Campers, Elektro Frosch


South Africa's first interior 6 star Green Star awarded to Formfunc

The Green Building Council recently awarded South Africa’s highest possible Interiors Green Star v1 certification to Capetown-based company Formfunc Studio’s office spaces — the first such rating to be awarded in the country for an office and distribution center. Spearheaded by local multidisciplinary environmental firm Terramanzi Group, the design optimizes energy efficiency as well as occupant health and wellness. Designed with the Green Star Rating Tool in mind, the environmental consultants...
Tags: Design, Office, Sensors, Architecture, South Africa, Gallery, Composting, Ergonomic, Green Office, Capetown, Kim Kowalski, Green Building Council, Office Design, Green Star, Humanscale, low VOC


LEED Gold-targeted Ottawa library will honor local history

After nearly a year of public input by Canadians from coast to coast, Toronto-based Diamond Schmitt Architects has finally revealed renderings for the new Ottawa library and archives. Designed in collaboration with KWC Architects, the Ottawa Public Library and Library and Archives Canada Joint Facility will be an innovative landmark representative of all Canadians. The building will target, at minimum, LEED Gold certification and will reflect the region’s rich history and natural beauty with its...
Tags: Design, Toronto, Library, Architecture, Canada, Gallery, Archives, Quebec, Cafe, Ottawa, Carousel Showcase, Ottawa River, Leed Gold, Community Design, LEED, Nature Inspired Architecture


Water Street Tampa hits major sustainability milestone

Back in June 2019, Inhabitat did a story about Florida’s Water Street Tampa and its goal to become the world’s healthiest neighborhood. Fast forward to January 2020, and the ambitious 56-acre neighborhood in the heart of Downtown Tampa is making headlines again with its new cooling plant, one of the first buildings to open. The District Cooling Plant will produce and distribute cold water to provide sustainable air conditioning to most of the buildings that make up Water Street Tampa.  Tampa Ma...
Tags: Florida, Design, Architecture, Gallery, Energy Efficiency, Green Building, Tampa, Sustainable Materials, Ybor City, Water Street Tampa, Jane Castor, Downtown Tampa, District Cooling Plant, Water Street Tampa Tampa, Baker Barrios, Tampa Bay Trane


LEED-Platinum learning lab is a beacon of sustainability

In a bold move to embrace environmental education, Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine recently welcomed the Roux Center for the Environment, a new three-story academic building that’s also been certified LEED Platinum. Designed by Cambridge-based architectural firm CambridgeSeven Associates, Inc., the 29,000-square-foot interdisciplinary building brings together faculty and students from across campus into a collaborative setting focused on finding solutions to the world’s environmental challen...
Tags: Design, Architecture, Gallery, Maine, Cambridge, Solar, Solar Power, Carousel Showcase, Green Roof, Leed Platinum, LEED, CLT, Bowdoin College, Brunswick Maine, Academic building, Teaching Lab


Climate-adaptive park in Copenhagen wins Arne of the Year Award

One of Copenhagen’s newest green parks, the Sankt Kjelds Square and Bryggervangen, has just received Copenhagen’s most prestigious architecture prize — the Arne of the Year Award. Designed by Danish design studio SLA, the nearly 35,000-square-meter urban park is most notable for its effective solutions to cloudbursts, a term describing sudden heavy rainfall that can trigger violent flash floods. Using blue-green space as a sponge for rainwater, the cloudburst adaptation project not only mitigate...
Tags: Garden, Design, Park, Gallery, Urban Design, Denmark, Copenhagen, Sla, Carousel Showcase, Parks / Wildlife, Arne, Urban Park, Stormwater Management, Urban Heat Island Effect, Stormwater Runoff, Cloudburst


Photos: Mondo Cozmo at the Hi Hat

[See image gallery at buzzbands.la] Mondo Cozmo, the musical venture of singer-songwriter Joshua Ostrander, have been busy making plans for the follow-up to their 2017 debut album “Plastic Soul.” On Thursday night, though, the band revisited its beginnings, performing a sold-out show at the Hi Hat, where they made their live debut in October 2016. They debuted one new song, “Mercy,” and ripped through all of their 2019 singles, “Generator,” “Come On” and “Black Cadillac,” as well as came back a...
Tags: Music, Featured, Gallery, Show Review, Andy Clockwise, Mondo Cozmo, Jessica Hanley, Joshua Ostrander, Jean Crawford, Poppy Jean Crawford, Black Cadillac


Photos: Fever Joy, Luna Aura and Talker at the Echo

[See image gallery at buzzbands.la] Wednesday night’s show at the Echo with Fever Joy, Luna Aura, Talker and Phebe Starr was like watching ships passing in perfectly coordinated choreography through the night, as Talker (led by Celeste Tauchar) and her band just got back from their five-date tour through the West Coast, and this was the second date of Luna Aura and Fever Joy’s four-date romp across California and Phoenix. Luna Aura graced the stage in a white sash and satin gloves, befitting th...
Tags: Music, Featured, California, San Francisco, Gallery, Sydney, Vancouver, West Coast, Show Review, KROQ, Sheryl Crow, Sean Baker, Robitaille, Phebe Starr, Talker, Luna Aura


Noah Davis Is Gone; His Paintings Continue to Hypnotize

The first large exhibition of paintings by the young Los Angeles-based artist, who died in 2015, impresses on several fronts at David Zwirner.
Tags: Art, News, Los Angeles, David, Gallery, Museums, Davis, Ny, Helen, Joseph, Calif, Noah Davis, Women and Girls, Zwirner, Chelsea (Manhattan, Molesworth