Post image for Protesters Shame Guggenheim and Its Trustees with Light Projections [UPDATED]

Last night, in a visually dazzling act of public protest, the artist-activist groups Global Ultra Luxury Faction (G.U.L.F.) and the Illuminator turned the spiral facade of the Guggenheim Museum into a projection screen.

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Post image for How the World’s Oldest Printed Board Game Rolled Propaganda into Play

Long before the era of Candy Crush and Neko Atsume, the games that captured our attention were often the ones that required just a board, a dice or two, and a handful of tokens.

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SYDNEY — The Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) Australia has mounted the first ever retrospective of Grayson Perry’s work in the Southern Hemisphere.

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Highly Anticipated Movie Ad-app-tations

by Jack Sjogren on April 28, 2016

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With the upcoming release of The Angry Birds Movie, we wanted to share some other app-based films we’re excited about.

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The Poetics of Torn Posters

by Joseph Nechvatal on April 27, 2016

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PARIS — Galerie Georges-Philippe et Nathalie Vallois has launched a chic additional space wth a historical show of Jacques Villeglé and Raymond Hains’s abstract, 35mm animated film “Pénélope” (1953).

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Post image for Honoring Nepal’s Cultural Heritage One Year After Its Catastrophic Quake

To coincide with the one-year anniversary of the April 25, 2015, earthquake in Nepal, the Rubin Museum of Art is launching a series of commemorative projects, including an online exhibition that celebrates the unique culture of the region.

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Post image for Jordan Bars Lebanese Band from Playing at Roman Amphitheater for Religious Reasons [UPDATED]

Jordan’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiques has banned a popular Lebanese band, known for its largely politically and sexually charged lyrics, from performing at an ancient Roman theater on religious grounds.

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Post image for Prince’s Home and Studio 2 B Come a Museum

In the past week, thousands of mourning fans have flocked to Paisley Park, the 65,000-square-foot Minnesota music factory where rock god Prince lived and died.

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Post image for Grafting Puerto Rican Architecture onto the Lower East Side

Edra Soto attempts architectural transplants the way a doctor might replace skin, seeing if an unfamiliar addition will take.

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Post image for Art Teacher Claims She Was Fired for Saying “Vagina” During Georgia O’Keeffe Lesson

A substitute teacher in West Michigan was allegedly fired last week for using the word “vagina” while introducing a class of eighth graders to the very vaginal paintings of Georgia O’Keeffe.

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