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In the Air: Art News & Gossip
  • Lisa Oppenheim Wins Israel Museum Photography Prize
    On Wednesday, Jerusalem’s Israel Museum announced the winner of the third biennial Shpilman International Prize for Excellence in Photography as American photographer and experimental filmmaker Lisa Oppenheim. Chosen from a pool of 160 applicants spanning 28 countries, Oppenheim will receive $45,000 to continue her prospective project, “Imprint (Shroud of Turin).” Prize jurors included Quentin Bajac, MoMA’s [...]
  • Museum Gifted $1 Million in Taxidermy by Manhattan Socialite
    This past July, a real-estate listing caught our eye — not so much because it promised a “classic six” in the Upper East Side’s star-studded Beresford building, but more importantly, because this particular apartment was covered floor to ceiling with taxidermy. And we mean covered — check out Emily Andrews’s eerie accompanying photospread, in which [...]
  • Portlandia’s New Ads Brought to You by Catherine Opie
    “Portlandia” returns for its fourth season on January 8th, and though you may well have heard from some other source — friends, Tumblr, artisanal semaphore — we got our news courtesy of photographer Catherine Opie. Opie, who was first and perhaps best known for her no-holds-barred portraits of the queer and kink communities in the [...]
  • Video Game Offers Chance to Punch a Claude Monet Painting
    Andrew Shannon, the man hilariously described as a “thug” for punching a hole in a Claude Monet painting at the National Gallery of Ireland, has, in addition to his reported six year prison sentence, done something even more amazing: make the internet laugh. “Punch a Monet,” created by Tom Galle, Dries Depoorter, and Eiji Muroichi, [...]
  • Guggenheim Seeks Readers for On Kawara Exhibition
    Keen on reading aloud? Then consider signing up for an hour-long slot in the Guggenheim’s continuous live reading of On Kawara’s ”One Million Years,” which will take place as part of the retrospective “On Kawara – Silence,” set to run February 6 to May 3, 2015. From 11:00 am to 5:00 pm on Sundays, Wednesdays, and Fridays [...]
  • Instagrams of the Art World: Cooper Hewitt Selfies, and More
    Writer Antoine Sargent (sirsargent) checked out the new Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum in what may well be the world’s most dashing hat (slash, all together, an audition for a Matrix/Van Helsing–type sequel). Laurie Simmons (lauriesimmons) — a.k.a., “Lena Dunham’s mom” for those of us Tumblr spawn — was in Mumbai this week, where she found this [...]
  • Vincent D’Onofrio Is a Hamster
    In the strangest actor-musician news since Macaulay Culkin’s Pizza Underground, A.V. Club is reporting that Vincent D’Onofrio (of “Law & Order: Criminal Intent” fame) is now part of an experimental spoken-word duo whose first single is called “I’m A Hamster.” (Dana Lyn provides jittery string accompaniment. There are also some horns.) “I’m a hamster with [...] - Top Stories delivers up-to-the-minute news and information on the latest top stories, weather, entertainment, politics and more.
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  • Nations hail US-Cuba breakthrough
    World leaders welcome an agreement between the US and Cuba to end more than 50 years of hostility and move towards restoring diplomatic ties.
  • Talks to resume amid little progress
    Cross-party talks are due to resume at Stormont on Thursday, with few signs of the parties resolving their differences over budget and welfare reform.
  • Ill teenagers not to be held in cells
    Teenagers experiencing mental health problems will no longer be detained in police cells as a "place of safety", Home Secretary Theresa May is to announce later.
  • Police missed chances over Savile
    Opportunities to prosecute Jimmy Savile and a former mayor of Scarborough for child sex abuse were missed due to police "organisational failure".
  • Third of uni research 'world class'
    Nearly a third of the research by Welsh universities is of "world-leading" quality, says the body which compares work by every university in the UK.
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