BlueSoybean.com - Free RSS-Based News Reader

close
  • rss_feed Follow any RSS- or Atom Feed tell me more...
  • language Use in your Browser on any Computer, Laptop or Phone tell me more...
  • money_off Free tell me more...
  • mouse Scroll and skim through a lot of Articles super fast tell me more...
  • keyboard Keyboard Shortcuts help you be more efficient yet. tell me more...
  • label Organise and easily find again interesting articles using Tags. tell me more...
  • share Share your Tags and Recommendations tell me more...

NYT > Arts > Art & Design

On average 2 Articles by day

This Is Not a Desk Chair

This Is Not a Desk Chair The pandemic has put video game equipment in unusually high demand. The gaming chair is ascendant.

via NYT > Sports and NYT > Technology and NYT > Arts > Art & Design and NYT > Style
Share  
Tags  

Leaving Gun Towers and Barbed Wire for a Healing House

Leaving Gun Towers and Barbed Wire for a Healing House Susan Burton, an advocate for formerly incarcerated women, is racing against the clock to shelter those freed early because of the surge of coronavirus cases in prisons.

via NYT > Top Stories and NYT > Arts > Art & Design
Share  
Tags  

Summertime in the (Partly Reopened) City

Summertime in the (Partly Reopened) City While life is not quite back to normal, we found city dwellers making the most of strolling the High Line, outings to Governors Island and exploring a new section of Brooklyn Bridge Park.

via NYT > Arts > Art & Design and NYT > New York
Share  
Tags  

For Three Suffragists, a Monument Well Past Due

For Three Suffragists, a Monument Well Past Due Central Park will soon unveil its first sculpture depicting nonfictional female figures. “The fact that nobody even noticed that women were missing in Central Park — what does that say about the invisibility of women?”

via NYT > Top Stories and NYT > U.S. News and NYT > Travel and NYT > Arts > Art & Design and NYT > New York
Share  
Tags  

Tourist Posing With 200-Year-Old Sculpture Breaks Its Toes

Tourist Posing With 200-Year-Old Sculpture Breaks Its Toes An Austrian man has apologized for the damage he caused to a Canova sculpture, saying he didn’t realize he had crunched the foot of the plaster Pauline Bonaparte.

via NYT > Top Stories and NYT > Arts > Art & Design
Share  
Tags  

San Francisco Apologizes to Artist Over Maya Angelou Monument

San Francisco Apologizes to Artist Over Maya Angelou Monument Acknowledging that it “caused significant harm” to select and then reject Lava Thomas to design the monument, officials voted to suspend the search for another design.

via NYT > Arts > Art & Design
Share  
Tags  

New York’s Sidewalk Prophets Are Heirs of the Artisans of France’s Lascaux Caves

New York’s Sidewalk Prophets Are Heirs of the Artisans of France’s Lascaux Caves A critic’s tour deciphers the signs and symbols of the street art adorning boarded-up storefronts. What it tells us about our shared political realities and the ways our stories are connected.

via NYT > Arts > Art & Design and NYT > New York and NYT > World > Europe
Share  
Tags  

Scrapbooking As an Act of “Radical Self-Care”

Scrapbooking As an Act of “Radical Self-Care” People of color who craft are done being overlooked as customers and designers.

via NYT > Arts > Art & Design
Share  
Tags  

James Powers, Brooklyn Gallerist Who Nurtured Black Artists, Dies at 80

James Powers, Brooklyn Gallerist Who Nurtured Black Artists, Dies at 80 Openings at Mr. Powers’s Spiral Gallery on Vanderbilt Avenue were rollicking festivals of art and jazz featuring emerging artists from the neighborhood and beyond.

via NYT > Arts > Art & Design and NYT > New York
Share  
Tags  

Lincoln Library Cancels Exhibition Over Racial Sensitivity Concerns

Lincoln Library Cancels Exhibition Over Racial Sensitivity Concerns The library, in Springfield, Ill., said Black community leaders who previewed it feared parts of the traveling exhibition, created 15 years ago, were outdated and lacked context.

via NYT > Top Stories and NYT > U.S. News and NYT > Arts > Art & Design
Share  
Tags