Barbenheimmer brings us existential hope in pink

There are few cinematic events in recent history that have seemed so positively polar as that which we have dubbed “Barbenheimmer.” The portmanteau for the Oppenheimer and Barbie movies that, […]

Roblox Met collaboration unveiled with museum’s new app

We are well into the early stages of Web 3 now, the major hallmarks of which have been cryptocurrency, blockchains, NFTs, and lacklustre digital approximations of existent attractions. The steady […]

Lighthouse Immersive files for bankruptcy in U.S.

Classics always find their way into the future—whether through a radio station spinning oldies side-by-side with the new stuff, social media trends sampling dialogue, exhibitions re-contextualizing work, or the simple […]

The Sullivanians cult blamed in Pollock’s death in new book

The modern artists of the 20th century seemed almost irreparably tied to tragedy. Warhol, Basquiat, Kahlo—but now Jackson Pollock, whose death in a drunken car crash was the bleakly logical […]

New Orleans Museum of Art appoints white curator for African art

While there has been an onus now more than ever on having representative staffing and positions of power within museum and gallery frameworks, institutions do still fall into old pitfalls […]

One Ring to rule them all–found in Toronto

“One ring to rule them all, one ring to find them. One ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them.”   An in-universe rhyme that describes the […]

“FTX BOARD MEETING” Beeple’s first museum acquisition

Beeple has been frequently in the spotlight over the past few years. An early pioneer and signal booster of the NFT movement, his name has become synonymous with digital art […]