Montreal’s Mile End Is Hosting A Giant Block Party With Food Stands & Epic Art Projections

For four days, a skate park beneath a Mile End overpass will be transformed into a “digital block party” with epic video projections on surrounding buildings. MAPP_MTL, Montreal’s festival of projection mapping, is back from September 21 to 24 for its seventh edition under the theme “multiple dimensions.” Since 2016, the festival has sought to … Read more

European Visits The USA For The First Time And Is Shocked And Disappointed By The Experience

Tourists’ beloved Los Angeles, known for its TV and music industry, buzzing culture and never-ending sunshine, set a new tourism record recently. In 2018, it welcomed an estimated 42.5 million domestic visitors and 7.5 million international visitors, making it a 50 million record and reaching a new milestone. But not every tourist seems equally impressed … Read more

NFT photography: the artists and innovators breaking ground

Could NFTs spark a photography revolution? Meet the innovators As Web3 platform Fellowship brings world-class photography to the blockchain, including newly minted work by Joel Meyerowitz and Pieter Hugo, we explore how NFT photography is changing how we buy, sell, authenticate and experience art When the concept of NFTs first blitzed into the mainstream and … Read more

The Next Dimes Square Is Just Around the Corner

New York’s Chinatown, 2001 David LEFRANC/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images David LEFRANC/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images In her 1961 book The Death and Life of Great American Cities, Jane Jacobs wrote “I have been dwelling upon downtowns.” If Jacobs, arguably the critical mother of urban planning, were still alive she would no doubt weigh in on the … Read more

Art Industry News: A Major Modigliani Movie Is Coming to the Big Screen, Courtesy of Al Pacino and… Johnny Depp + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most consequential developments coming out of the art world and art market. Here’s what you need to know on this Tuesday, August 16. NEED-TO-READ Ryder Ripps Sues Yuga Labs – Artist Ryder Ripps has hit back at Yuga Labs, the parent company behind the Bored Ape … Read more

Picasso painting seized in drug raid in Iraq

write by Amarachi Orie, CNN A painting believed to be by Pablo Picasso and estimated to be worth millions of dollars has been found during a drugs raid in Iraq, according to authorities. The allegedly stolen artwork was discovered on Saturday in the possession of three people in the Diyala province in central-eastern Iraq, reports … Read more

Artist Tracey Emin wears Crocs – to be made an Honorary Freewoman of Margate

She previously claimed to have ‘slept with half the town,’ but now Tracey Emin has been made an Honorary Freewoman of Margate. According to Richard Eden, The former enfant terrible of the art world, 59. who was brought up in the Kent seaside resort, has been bestowed with the honour ‘in recognition of her international … Read more