Evangelion’s Five Eva Pilots Reunite For New Anime Art

Shinji, Asuka, and Rei share a rare moment of happiness in a new poster promoting an upcoming Evangelion art exhibit. evangelization released new art of its five Eva pilots. Shinji, Asuka, Rei, Mari, and Kaworu are reunited in a new poster for the upcoming evangelization Crossing Expo, a massive display of art, production materials, and … Read more

Lynette Wallworth on joining a cult – then leaving: “I didn’t do anything without reading the Bible” | australian movie

OWhen evangelical Americans began talking about Donald Trump as God’s chosen president, the religious phrasing around his leadership – miracles, destiny, calling – sparked something in the memories of Lynette Wallworth, the Australian virtual reality filmmaker Emmy Award-winning. As a young woman, she had been drawn into a Pentecostal community and had come to have … Read more

Donald Baechler obituary | Art

For much of his career, artist Donald Baechler, who died of a heart attack at the age of 65, was the victim of mistaken identity. Having grown up in Manhattan, New York, in the 1980s alongside painters Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring, and represented by the same dealer, Tony Shafrazi, and because his work, like … Read more

The creative freedom of artists is in danger in India

On June 9, 2011, when artist MF Husain died in London, he was miles from home, the land he spoke so fondly of in all his conversations. Friends remember how badly he had wanted to return home in the years before his death, but the threat of violence that drove him into self-imposed exile in … Read more

Worst design failure of 2022 so far

We’ve seen some great designs so far in 2022, but we’ve also seen terrible design failures. From an ill-placed joystick to an unintentionally gory logo and oddly missing movie title, we’ve seen plenty of oversights and mistakes, even from Apple – usually the epitome of polished design. . Whether it’s product design or logo design, … Read more

Rutgers-Newark professor wins Pulitzer Prize for Critics

Salamishah Tillet, Henry Rutgers Professor of African American Studies and Creative and Critical Writing contributing to The New York Times, won the Pulitzer Prize in criticism on Monday for what the judges called “scholarly and elegant writing about black stories in art and popular culture. Judges wrote that his work “successfully bridges academic and non-academic … Read more

Lauren Halsey Exhibition New York David Kordansky

To inaugurate his new New York gallery, David Kordanksy presents a slice of Los Angeles through a solo exhibition of the work of Lauren Halsey. The American artist’s practice has been constructed using found, crafted and handmade objects, which are combined to maintain a sense of civic urgency and a fluid imagination – offering a … Read more

Warhol’s ‘Marilyn’, at $195 million, shatters the auction record for an American artist

The first lot, a work by American conceptual artist Mike Bidlo, “Not Picasso (Bather with Beachball)”, estimated between $60,000 and $80,000, went for $1.3 million including fees. Collector Peter Brant, seated in the third row, bought the third lot, “Fourteen Stations, No. XI” by Francesco Clemente, for $1.9 million, on an estimate of $80,000-120,000. Then … Read more