Random: The Perfect Pokémon Graphics Don’t Exi… Oh

Image: The Pokémon Company Pokémon games have had their fair share of criticism over the years, often specifically targeting their visuals. It seems like such criticism has only increased in time, too, with the likes of Pokémon Legends: Arceus, Pokémon Sword & Shield, and even the recently announced Pokémon Scarlet & Violet all receiving significant … Read more

Anna Delvey makes virtual appearance at her NYC art show from federal lockup

Anna Delvey was back on the Manhattan art scene Thursday night — virtually — as the fake heiress remains in federal custody fighting an effort to deport her to Germany. Delvey, whose real name is Anna Sorokin, addressed her patrons on video during her one-night-only art exhibit at the Public Hotel in Nolita, according to … Read more

The red carpet is ready: Ukraine and zombies at the 75th Cannes Film Festival • FRANCE 24 English – FRANCE 24 English

The red carpet is ready: Ukraine and zombies at the 75th Cannes Film Festival • FRANCE 24 English  FRANCE 24 English Cannes Film Festival opens with Zelenskiy appeal to world cinema  National Post Ukraine’s Zelenskiy Surprises Cannes Film Festival  Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty Volodymyr Zelenskyy Gives Speech as Part of Cannes Film Festival Opening: ‘We Continue … Read more

Picasso painting sells for $67.5 million at New York auction

A man walks past artwork titled ‘Femme nue couchee’, by Pablo Picasso during a media preview for Sotheby’s spring contemporary and modern art sales auction in New York City, U.S., May 6, 2022. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton/ Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register NEW YORK, May 17 (Reuters) – The 1932 Pablo Picasso painting … Read more

Celebrating AAPIHM: Pasadena antique store celebrates decades honoring Chinese artifacts

PASADENA (KABC) — A family-owned store on Pasadena’s Colorado Boulevard has the distinction of being the oldest continually operating Asian antique shops in the United States. “F Suie One Company” has been in business since 1888. “My grandmother had a great idea of selling antiques,” said co-owner Leslee See Leong. “She had a friend who … Read more

Marina Abramovic auctions legendary performance for Ukraine charity | Arts | DW

“What is the duty of an artist? What is the duty of a human being? How we can help?” Marina Abramovic wondered in an interview last week with DW, deeply upset by the war in Ukraine. The day after the Russian invasion, she said in a video that “an attack on Ukraine is an attack … Read more

Woman killed in house fire in western Ottawa

A woman died after a house fire Sunday night in western Ottawa. The fire in the 1900 block of Dunrobin Road broke out just before 9 p.m. Sunday, fire officials said. A dryer caught fire at the back of the house and the flames spread to the rest of the home. Part of the second … Read more

New Belgian passports pay homage to the country’s comic book history

Written by Hannah Ryan, CNNArnaud Siad, CNN Most passports tend to be relatively uniform in design. They are often burgundy, black, or blue in color, and they may include a small version of the symbol of a nation. But that will not be the case for Belgians on February 7 – the country will now … Read more

Vivian Maier was an ingenious photographer – so why did she hide her work?

The remarkable one-time story of Vivian Maier, who has been with us for a decade or so now, has a mystery at heart. How can any creative artist be happy to produce amazing work that no one will ever see? Maier, who was born in 1926 and spent most of her life working as a … Read more