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“The Misfortunes of François Jane” by Patrick Pearse

“The Misfortunes of François Jane” by Patrick Pearse

Australian-born filmmaker Patrick Pearse’s latest film is an exploration of the human psyche as it charts the internal journey of a young man and the woman with whom he becomes obsessed. Set in Paris,

Tuesday Links: Star Trek: Voyager is 22, Red Hook Artists’ Home a “Bargain”, Zaha Hadid Was Super Rich

OMG! Star Trek: Voyager premiered 22 years ago, as of yesterday. I feel old. [] Shepard Fairey, Jessica Sabogal and Ernesto Yerena have created a series of protest posters that are free to download

Stella Forces Museum Closures, Delays Whitney Biennial Opening Gala

Winter Storm Stella has forced most of the city's museums to close today, including the Whitney. Today was supposed to mark the member preview and VIP gala for the Whitney Biennial. Only MoMA stands
MIDO's Guggenheim-Inspired Wristwatch: A limited edition automatic timepiece invoking one of Frank Lloyd Wright's most iconic buildings

MIDO's Guggenheim-Inspired Wristwatch: A limited edition automatic timepiece invoking one of Frank Lloyd Wright's most iconic buildings

For as long as there have been wristwatches, makers have looked just about everywhere for inspiration—from the skies above to the buildings around. MIDO's latest limited edition automatic timepiece

Get to Know Telfar Clemens, Winner of the 2017 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund

Telfar Clemens is about to become a big name in fashion—get to know him, now.
Haim Headlined the Guggenheim Gala Pre-Party in Matching Dior

Haim Headlined the Guggenheim Gala Pre-Party in Matching Dior

On Wednesday evening, the fashion and art worlds merged at the Guggenheim International Gala Pre-Party made possible by Dior. The event, which benefits the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, drew an

The Two-Day Guggenheim Gala Was Basically a Dior Fashion Show

Celebs, models and New York notables were decked out in designs by Dior's Maria Grazia Chiuri at the Guggenheim International Gala.
Three Art-Driven Christmas Experiences in New York City: Works at the Guggenheim, Brookfield Place and the EDITION Hotel move tradition forward

Three Art-Driven Christmas Experiences in New York City: Works at the Guggenheim, Brookfield Place and the EDITION Hotel move tradition forward

A period of time that requires tremendous thought, the end of year holidays stimulate creative behavior from decor and design to gift giving and, let's be honest, time management. All the while,
Dick Clark Prods., Media Rights Capital, THR-Billboard Eyed for Merger (Report)

Dick Clark Prods., Media Rights Capital, THR-Billboard Eyed for Merger (Report)

Dick Clark Productions, Media Rights Capital and the Hollywood Reporter-Billboard Media Group could find themselves operating under the same roof. Todd Boehly is contemplating a merger to bring all
Trump Wanted Art So This Museum Offered Him a Gold Toilet

Trump Wanted Art So This Museum Offered Him a Gold Toilet

The Guggenheim couldn't lend the White House a Van Gogh, but it was more than willing to hand over Maurizio Cattelan's "America."
The Guggenheim Offered Trump a Gold Toilet in Place of a Van Gogh Painting

The Guggenheim Offered Trump a Gold Toilet in Place of a Van Gogh Painting

The Guggenheim turned down Trump’s request for a loan of a Vincent Van Gogh painting, instead offering the President a fully-functional 18-karat gold toilet from the museum’s collection, according to
Trump Asked For a Van Gogh, Got Offered a Golden Toilet

Trump Asked For a Van Gogh, Got Offered a Golden Toilet

The solid gold toilet is called "America."

Observed from Afar: Nutella Riots, Trump’s Gold Toilet & Burned Bears

Take a peek at some of the most intriguing news stories that we observed from afar this week.

Food is the new battlefield among museums, and Singapore has set the bar

The chicken satay at this well-reviewed restaurant at a historic Singapore spot is arguably among tastiest in the world: the sauce is dense and creamy,…
The Brand Builder

The Brand Builder

Over the last two decades, urban architecture has become increasingly unplaceable. As city space gentrifies, downtown business districts—not just in New York or London—are declaring their aspirations

Why Apple should build a car

For the last few years, Apple has been investigating making autonomous cars, even though this is well outside its core competency of computers and their accessories. The move leaves many observers

Crypto and venture’s biggest names are backing a new distributed ledger project called Oasis Labs

A team of top security researchers from the University of California, Berkeley and MIT have come together to launch a new cryptographic project that combines secure software and hardware to enable
Link About It: NYC Expands the Role of the Library Card

Link About It: NYC Expands the Role of the Library Card

Three library card systems divide New York City: the New York Public Library (for Manhattan, Staten Island and the Bronx, the Queens Library and the Brooklyn Public Library. Membership cards at all