Tag: Film

Hong Kong Passes Film Censorship Law—and More Art News – ARTnews.com

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines ARTIST ACTION. With T: The New York Times Style Magazine, Peter Halley discussed six pieces of art and design at his Connecticut studio (by Ettore Sottsass, Robert Morris, and others). With Frieze, Laura Owens chatted about her show at the Fondation Vincent van Gogh Arles in France, which pairs her works with his . “His painting is—I hesitate to use the word—anal,” she said. Ai Weiwei penned an ...

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National Film Board of Canada Partners, MOCA Toronto Produce ‘Charity’ – ARTnews.com

In 2016, a sculpture of a cow was placed in a the midst of a Canadian suburban development and residents hated it. One day, the citizens of Cathedraltown, a planned suburb of the city of Markham, Ontario, woke up to find a chromatic cow shimmering outside their windows. They hated the cow. The sculpture, Charity, and the ensuing effort by residents to remove the ...

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Art crawl, film debut and more | Local News

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Art News: Film Commission Funds Movie, Art In Common Places

TAMPA BAY, FL — The arts community in the greater Tampa Bay area continues to thrive, with plenty of exhibits, events and programs to keep you busy.As far as Pinellas County's tourism bureau, Visit St. Pete/Clearwater, is concerned, all the county's a stage and its white-sand beaches, scenic waterfronts and quaint downtowns are the stars. The St. Pete/Clearwater Film Commission announced that a film ...

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SFMOMA Nixes Film Program—and More Art News – ARTnews.com

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines THE ART INDUSTRY TENDS TO GO ON HIATUS in the summer, but this summer, job news is coming at a furious pace. Ann Demeester has been tapped to lead the Kunsthaus Zurich, though she will remain director of the Frans Hals Museum in Haarlem, the Netherlands, until February, taking up her Swiss post at 2023’s start, according to SwissInfo. At ...

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Barry Jenkins is Telluride Film Fest’s new guest director — The Know

Denver Art Museum staffers examine historical textiles in March. (Eric Stephenson, provided by Denver Art Museum)DAM’s big preservation grant Starting in August, conservators at Denver Museum Art will begin restoring 12 mantas (or shawls) made by Acoma Pueblo artists between 1936 and 1983. The work, supported by a Bank of America Art Conversation Project grant, will help preserve one of the museum’s most culturally ...

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Best 35mm Black-and-White Film – ARTnews.com

When choosing film for black-and-white photography, the biggest things to consider are contrast and grain. Depending on your subject, you might be seeking stark differences between your grays, whites, and blacks, and certain film types will help you achieve that. Others will deliver more subtle effects. Certain film types will also show greater grain definition; this is affected by their sensitivity to light, as ...

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