Haunted Realism Revisited: A Dizzying, Heady View of Late Capitalism | Art and Design

AGagosian’s elegant Grosvenor Hill outpost, not far from London’s Bond Street, is a forceful and rather masculine new exhibition that plays with the detritus of the 20th century, both physical and philosophical, in ways that are guaranteed to make the visitor feel intoxicated at the same time. and a touch dizzy. Here are disembodied eyeballs … Read more

Box Art Brawl: Duel #100 – Super Smash Bros. Melee

Image: Nintendo Life Hello and welcome to the 100th edition of Box Art Brawl! This is a very momentous occasion for us at Nintendo Life and all Box Art Brawl enthusiasts, so thank you for participating over the years! We have a big one to kick off the celebrations, but first, we need to remember … Read more

Theaster Gates Black Chapel Serpentine Pavilion Review: A Cozy Labor of Love | serpentine pavilion

LLast fall, at the Whitechapel Gallery in east London, Chicago artist Theaster Gates exhibited works in clay: large, heavy, intricate, hand-molded objects shaped with intense heat and effort. In the intermittent summer sun last week, outside the Serpentine Gallery in west London, he opened black chapel, a wooden cylinder clad in a dark roofing membrane, … Read more

Fascinating back-in-time photos show how we shopped in Plymouth 60 years ago

Elegant window displays and a few lost stores welcomed customers to the city’s first shopping festival. These were the days when supermarkets were still a novel idea and window shopping meant walking around the city center instead of scrolling on the phone. These incredible images dating back over 60 years and kindly shared by the … Read more

Buying their first piece of art was an emotional one for these four creative New Zealanders.

They say that the first work of art is the deepest. Four prominent New Zealand creatives share the stories behind the first piece of art they bought. Teuila Blakely: Wallpaper by Charles McPhee Blakely is an actress known for her work on Shortland Street, Filthy Rich, Outrageous Fortune, and of course the legendary Sione’s Wedding. … Read more

The Duke of Rutland’s plan to sell a £19m painting to keep the castle locked down by No 10

The intervention comes after the duke’s trustees previously sold two similar paintings by Poussin for £19m, one of which was sent to an art gallery in Texas. The DCMS decision blocks the plans of Rutland Settlement, whose representatives told the Telegraph: “After careful consideration, the Trustees have made the difficult decision to sell a Rutland … Read more

The Boys Star Becomes Blue Marvel In Dope Captain Marvel 2 Fan Art

Laz Alonso has become a favorite in superhero circles for his role on Prime Video. Boys, and most expect him to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe before too long. If you’re a superfan like the incomparable BossLogic, you might even go to great lengths to paint the actor in the Marvel role you think suits … Read more