Louvre pulls sculpture, saying it was sexually explicit

The Louvre has withdrawn a large installation by a Dutch art and design collective for being sexually explicit — right on the heels of the Guggenheim’s decision to pull three controversial artworks from its upcoming China show.  The piece — Domestikator by the collective Atelier Van Lieshout, whose outline depicts copulation — was to go on view

WGSN teams up with the MoMA for its latest fashion exhibit

WGSN has recently announced about their upcoming collaboration with the MoMA for their latest exhibition called Items: Is Fashion Modern? This exhibition will be researching fashion’s impact in the world today.  Through a series of key items, the exhibition is set to explore how ordinary and avant-garde designs have shaped the fashion industry and impacted our

Listen to Madlib’s new instrumental “10 Summers Old”

From his upcoming two-track instrumental release, only available from two locations. Madlib has recently revealed a new track, ‘10 Summers Old’. The song is one of two new instrumentals featured on a new 7″ release, the other called ‘Barrel Proof’ which is yet not available online. You can get the new 7" in just two places:

The art of [anti] corruption: poster art competition & exhibition

"The Art of (anti) Corruption" is a year-long series of events implemented by Impact Hub Yerevan in partnership with the European Union in Armenia. Through artistic and cultural interpretations of corruption in Armenia, the Art of (anti) Corruption campaign seeks to raise awareness, educate and shine a creative light on the complicated effects of corruption on

Silent Season released 10th anniversary series of EPs

Celebrating their 10th anniversary Silent Season is coming up with a series of EPs.  Focused mostly on dub techno and ambient the label has been releasing records ever since 2007.  To mark their ten years of work, Silent Season has prepared a series of ten special EPs, five of which are already out with five yet to come. Featuring the likes of Earthen

Four Tet remixes The xx

Kieran Hebden (a.k.a. Four Tet) recently posted a remix of "A Violent Noise," a cut taken from The xx's latest album. The eight-minute edit surfaced on the London artist's Soundcloud page and is streamable in full above.

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