The exhibition takes place 20 years after Mr Kubrick's death and showcases his ground-breaking career via a collection of personal artefacts, photos and movie props, as well as explores his work as a photographer, storyteller and later, director.
The street-art star, who has managed to keep his identity secret for years despite leaving his unauthorised masterpieces all over the world, complained on Instagram that the Venice Biennale had never invited him and decided to take the matter into his own hands. It did not go quite so flawlessly, however.
The US recently intensified its pressure on China’s Huawei accusing it of installing backdoors in hardware to enable espionage and cyberattacks on behalf of Beijing, something that the tech giant denies. Washington has subsequently banned Huawei from buying American software and chips.
Just days before the European Parliament elections, German vlogger Rezo, who has an over 2-million-strong following on the video platform, tore into Germany’s governing Christian Democratic Union and other parties. The politicians launched a counter-attack, promising a video response.
A Swedish girl who refused to join her classmates in skipping school for the sake of the climate has ended up being labelled as a "climate denier", which her mother described as "mass psychosis".
Recent evidence suggests that although earthworms improve soil fertility, they may also play a role in increasing greenhouse gas emissions.
For the second time in a month, a dolphin washed ashore in Florida with plastic in its stomach. This time, biologists were stunned to retrieve a 24-inch hose from the esophagus and forestomach of the marine mammal.
The beer that a team of researchers, coupled with professional beer-brewers, finally arrived at might have been the one that the legendary giant Goliath of Gath pampered himself with after taking on his rivals.
The existence of the non-classified Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) came to light in 2017, but the project was formally dumped shortly afterwards. Now, an interesting detail has been revealed, but caused little surprise among the general public.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe or Abe Shinzo?
With two pilot episodes now available for online watching, some netizens have rushed to express joy at cancelling their television licence, with many arguing that the “embarrassing” Putin show, set to be broadcast by BBC, is sufficient grounds for them to ditch television and the British broadcaster altogether.
Late last week, a new twist occurred in the ongoing US-China trade spat, after Washington put Chinese telecom equipment maker Huawei on a so-called “entity list” along with 70 affiliates. The move effectively banned the Chinese firms from acquiring technology from American companies without the US government’s consent.
Washington has recently added the Chinese tech giant to a list of companies banned from obtaining hardware, software, and technologies from the US amid an ongoing trade war between the countries and the White House's battle against the use of Huawei's 5G equipment in Europe.
MOSCOW (Sputnik), Tommy Yang - Attracted by Huawei’s flagship P30 series smartphones being displayed at the entrance of an electronics store in downtown Moscow, Samuel Rodrigues, a sales manager from Brazil, picked up a P30 Pro and snapped selfies with a friend, testing out the camera the smartphone is famous for.
Former commander of the International Space Station Terry Virts unambiguously closed the debate on perks that flatulence might offer in orbit. Those hoping that this peculiarity of the human body could be destigmatised in the era of space travel should brace themselves.
According to Ronald Weinland - whose works include books with titles that speak for themselves, such as God’s Final Witness - we should have less than three weeks before the Saviour returns amid a final World War. However, his calculations have failed in the past, as he has previously predicted that the apocalypse would occur in 2012 and in 2013.
The gas-shrouded Red Planet has long been associated with undercover state programmes, with multiple experiments reportedly being carried out outside Earth’s atmosphere for security reasons, but the latest one of a kind sighting has nothing to do with any technological or military drills, observers claim.
The birth of a unique submarine volcano near a French island located between Africa and Madagascar could shed light on a puzzle that has baffled scientists since last year. In 2018, seismic sensors detected strange low-frequency ripples thousands of kilometres away from the discovered developing volcano.
Ever since Conor McGregor lost a lightweight champion title fight to Khabib Nurmagomedov, he has been mulling the idea of a rematch. It seems that even his announced retirement from mixed martial arts (MMA) hasn't cleared this idea from his mind.
Bangladeshi-born Maksuda Akhter moved to Europe when she was a teenager and chose to pursue a modelling career, taking beauty pageants by storm. Her dream turned into a nightmare for the single mother of two kids, who blamed Facebook for poorly handling online bullying.