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The Art Newspaper’s XR Panel

What exactly is extended reality (XR) and how is it being used in art? We bring together an international group of experts in the field to review and make sense of the cutting-edge, digital work that artists, museums, galleries and app-makers are creating across the spectrum of XR—from augmented to virtual reality.

Each XR review gives an overview of a project and a statement from the creators before our expert panel rate it based on ease of use, how good the art is, the medium-specific qualities it employs and whether it breaks new ground. Read

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Samsung The Frame TV (2021) review



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TVs are better than ever in 2021, but almost all of them leave a black box on your wall or whatever surface they’re sitting on. Samsung’s The Frame strikes a different chord, ditching the ugly black box for a design that looks like a frame to hold art or a picture. When the TV goes off, the art turns on.

That’s the Frame’s appeal and for those wondering, it does function as you’d expect a 4K QLED TV to. That means vibrant colors, deep blacks and an overall sharp picture with access to many streaming services through Samsung’s

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‘Fatherhood’ movie review: A portrait of paternal devotion skewed by Kevin Hart’s PR machine

While the true story of ‘Fatherhood’ is deeply touching and empowering, the film that inevitably became ‘image rehab’ for lead actor Kevin Hart is saved by commendable performances from the women

The pandemic got men around the world talking about fatherhood, specifically what it means to be a dad in 2020 and 2021. So the timing of Kevin Hart-starrer Fatherhood is significant. The Netflix film – based on the real-life story of Matthew Logelin – gives Hart a chance to show off his serious side once again after The Upside.

Fatherhood follows Matthew Logelin whose wife passes away shortly

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