Post image for Watch Chantal Akerman’s Films for Free on Hulu

For 12 days, the Criterion Collection has made its entire catalogue of Akerman’s work available for viewing on Hulu for free.

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Post image for MoMA PS1’s Citywide Survey Shows New York’s Greats (and Not-so-Greats)

Every five years MoMA and MoMA PS1 team up to take the pulse of New York City’s contemporary art scene, filling the latter institution with works made recently by artists based in the metropolitan area.

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Post image for Two New Data-Mapping Tools Help Us Better Understand the Planet

Two recently launched applications for mapping datasets examine our planet and humanity’s impact on it.

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Post image for An Inquiry into Identity at ArtPrize

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — The Grand Rapids Art Museum (GRAM) is one of the central hubs for the ArtPrize activities that throw the city into a cultural frenzy each fall.

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Post image for Hyperreal Landscapes, Digitally Transformed

Presenting vitas of sweeping landscapes paired with serene color gradients, Mark Dorf’s photographs of the Rocky Mountains of Colorado ferry nature into fantasy.

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Post image for A Video Installation Immerses You in 1970s Brooklyn

Viewed from the window of his apartment at Atlantic and Flatbush avenues, filmmaker Aldo Tambellini captured the slow changes in Brooklyn street life from 1971 to 1972.

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ArtPrize Is Made of People

by Jillian Steinhauer on October 9, 2015

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — All around me, swarms of people with faces caught between eagerness and beleaguerment are gravitating towards a giant paper blow-up of a detail of the American flag.

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Art Movements

by Tiernan Morgan on October 9, 2015

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This week in art news: a rare Tintin drawing sold for $1.25 million, the UK’s first glow-in-the-dark skate park was unveiled, and a rude portrait was found on the back of a Picasso painting.

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Post image for Turkish Officials Discover Locals Dumping Trash in 2,400-Year-Old Tombs

Turkish officials recently discovered that locals in the town of Fethiye were using ancient tombs as storage units.

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Post image for An Ancient Indonesian Music Tradition Gets an Electronic Update

The Gamelatron is the world’s first completely robotic gamelan orchestra — a kinetic, site-specific structure created by Aaron Taylor Kuffner.

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