Review: ‘All the Living and the Dead,' by Hayley Campbell
In her new book, “All the Living and the Dead,” Hayley Campbell explores the invisible labor that powers the death industry.
1 day ago - NY Times - 2 articles
Penguin Random House's C.E.O. Defends Bid to Buy Simon & Schuster
Madeline McIntosh argued that the publishing industry extends far beyond its biggest players, and that the government has focused on a tiny sliver of deals.
1 day ago - NY Times
Berlin Plans Smart Residential District and Research Park on Former Tegel Airport
Berlin TXL SQ Überblick. Image © Tegel Projekt GmbH, Macina The former Berlin-Tegel Airport is set to be redeveloped. The master plan includes the Schumacher Quartier, a new...
6 days ago - Arch Daily
How are New Construction Materials Prioritizing Human Safety and Wellbeing?
One Green Mile / MVRDV. Image © Suleiman Merchant It is expected that by 2050, the rapid depletion of raw materials will leave the world without enough sand and steel to build...
12 days ago - Arch Daily
18 Ways to Make Architecture Matter
© Michael Benedikt This article was originally published on Common Edge. Was there ever a time when architects felt properly valued? Probably not. Certainly not since the...
12 days ago - Arch Daily
In ‘Colonial Ruptures,' Artist Sharif Bey Defies the Constraints of Time through Fragmented Figures
“The Oviary I,” earthenware, mixed media. All images © Sharif Bey, shared with permission. Artist Sharif Bey centers his practice around recontextualizing, a process he...
13 days ago - Colossal - 2 articles
What is the Future of BIM? Graphisoft Unveils Archicad 26
Wolf Point East Building / Pappageorge Haymes. Image Courtesy of Graphisoft Considered the second most requested skill in the industry and used by a growing number of design...
14 days ago - Arch Daily
Balancing Energy-Efficiency and Aesthetics: Large-Scale Thermal Fenestration Systems
The total energy demand from buildings has risen dramatically in recent years. Driven by improved access in developing countries, greater ownership of energy-consuming devices...
15 days ago - Arch Daily
Camouflaged Aircraft Factories
Military-related camouflage attracted the attention of a number of artists, some of them well-known in their day, including Abbott Handerson Thayer, Solomon J. Solomon and...
16 days ago - Art Contrarian
Digital Collages by Beto Val Splice Vintage Illustrations into Surreal Hybrid Creatures
All images © Beto Val, shared with permission Ecuadorian artist Beto Val alchemizes vintage illustrations into bizarre compositions that blend fruits with fowl and aquatic life...
19 days ago - Colossal
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Photographer Whose Camera Caused ‘Bomb Scare' Sues American Airlines
A photographer is suing American Airlines following a bomb scare that allegedly began when another passenger mistook the man's vintage camera equipment for an explosive device...
Artist Stripped of Award After Fellow Photographer Claims He Took Photo
Clancy Gebler Davies had an award-winning photo withdrawn from an international show after a fellow photographer claimed her winning entry was ineligible because he had taken...
Why Pop's Biggest Stars Are Staying Put for Long Residencies
Extended runs in one venue, once associated with legacy acts, have become popular with stars including Harry Styles and BTS, lowering bills and building hype as touring costs rise.
‘Daisies': Two Wild and Crazy Gals
The Czechoslovak New Wave film “Daisies” features an insolent pair of young girls determined to be as “spoiled” as the world.
The Joyce Theater Names a New Programming Director
Danni Gee, a former Alvin Ailey dancer and SummerStage festival curator, will program the dance-dedicated Joyce Theater.
‘Access as an Ethic': Giving Dance Myriad Points of Entry
For the arts ensemble Kinetic Light, the needs of disabled people are sources of inspiration and innovation.
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Resurrecting the Forgotten Art of the AIDS Era
In amassing work made by the mostly overlooked gay artists who lived and died during the crisis, a global group of collectors is redefining what the Western canon looks like.
Grand Mesa, Impressionist Landscape, “Agemates” by Colorado Contemporary...
Surviving the harshest conditions on the Grand Mesa in Western Colorado, these ancient survivors have seen many seasons together. The serenity of this magnificent meadow is...
Fantasies of Whiteness
Augusto Malta, Demolition Morro do Castelo, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, June 1, 1922.. Image Courtesy of Biblioteca Nacional Digital Brasil, Fundação Biblioteca Nacional. At the...