Modern Archive

Tate Modern unveils artworks tackling migration and sexual brutality

 has unveiled two immersive and highly political artworks about forced migration and sexual brutality in its subterranean Tanks space. The large installations by the Nigerian artist Emeka Ogboh and India’s Amar Kanwar were opened to the public on Monday and both will enter Tate’s

Alpine Modern cafes could be first in Boulder to turn down hard dollars and cents

Alpine Modern doesn’t want your money. Well, not your cash money. After the New Year, you’ll no longer be able to buy a breve latte with your wrinkled ones, nor will a handful of change get you a chai tea. The cafes are going

Decorating team helps homeowners find design style

In the Louisiana decorating world, Myron Griffing and his team at Space Interiors are well known for creating stunning rooms that are unique to the homeowner’s tastes. The before and after work is worthy of any national magazine, with pops of rich color catching

Which of these top 10 styles is your favourite?

Every home has a distinctive décor style. Here are top ten décor styles that are popular around the world. Does your home have one décor style or a mix or two or more? Read on and decide. Modern: A house that is all clean, sleek

How Bengaluru’s National Gallery of Modern Art has become a cultural hotspot

National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA), the expansive white structure located on Palace Road, exudes a certain kind of warmth that not many government-owned cultural spaces do. It extends an invitation to a passer-by to come and discover its treasure trove of modern art.

Delayed Viewing Ratings: ‘Grey’s Anatomy,’ ‘Modern Family’ Surge in Week 8

Both ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Modern Family” broke into the top 10 of the Live+7 key demo ratings during week 8 of the 2017-2018 broadcast season, which began on Nov. 13. According to Nielsen data, “Grey’s Anatomy” went from a 1.8 to a 3.3 for

How Neolithic farming sowed the seeds of modern inequality 10,000 years ago

Most people regard hierarchy in human societies as inevitable, a natural part of who we are. Yet this belief contradicts much of the 200,000-year history of Homo sapiens. In fact, our ancestors have for the most part been “fiercely egalitarian”, intolerant of any form of

Cambodia’s ancient dance gets modern all-male makeover

PHNOM PENH: Two figures glistened in Khmer costumes, an artistic mix of ancient tradition and daring modernity, with green silk shorts and almost transparent gold tunics with embroidered metal flowers. Their bodies curved and curled, rose and fell with grace, each movement so elegant

Still modern after all these years … Marlene Dietrich’s ageless charisma

When Marlene Dietrich told the Observer in 1960, “If I dressed for myself, I wouldn’t bother at all,” it was an unexpected confession from one of the world’s enduring symbols of sophistication and style. “Clothes bore me. I’d wear jeans,” the German star continued. Yet from

Smith can be best of modern greats – Ponting

Ricky Ponting believes Australia’s captain Steven Smith has the potential to finish his career as the greatest batsman of the modern era. Smith’s century on the third day at the Gabba was the 21st of his Test career, in his 57th Test, and left him with