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Monday, November 2, 2015
A Japanese-style tearoom made of steel and calligraphy installations made of human hair are among the eye-catching works on display at Art Taipei 2015, which opened Friday in the city.
Two famous paintings thought to be works of mediaeval Dutch master Hieronymus Bosch are likely to have been imitations painted around the same time, Dutch media reported on Saturday.
Wednesday, October 28, 2015
Get prepared for Story Time from Space: Astronauts getting new picture books
Once upon a time, when NASA's shuttles were still flying, an astronaut read a children's story from space.
Bolshoi announces La Scala's Vaziev as ballet chief
The Bolshoi Theatre on Monday announced that La Scala's Makhar Vaziev will take over as ballet director, replacing Sergei Filin, who suffered permanent eye damage from an acid attack.
Monday, October 26, 2015
Peek behind bars: Inmate art show depicts what life on death row is like
Ndume Olatushani jokes that he "couldn't even draw a crooked line straight" when he arrived on death row almost 30 years ago.
Sunday, October 25, 2015
Retrospective brings Balthus back to Rome
Balthus is the subject of a major retrospective opening this weekend in Rome, two years after a similar exhibition in New York sparked controversy over the French painter's erotically-charged depictions of barely pubescent girls.
Saturday, October 24, 2015
Alaska tribal members take back totem taken by actor
A stolen totem pole that went from the garden decor of two golden-age Hollywood actors to the basement of a Hawaii museum was returned Thursday to Alaska tribal members.
Pop fluff or bona fide rockers? Australian pop-punk sensation 5 Seconds of Summer have gone from YouTube fame to a world tour, with a follow-up to their hit debut album out Friday.
Thirteen museums in seven countries have been named recipients of Bank of America grants for the conservation of artworks ranging from an Edouard Manet painting to a colossal ancient Chinese Buddha.
Tuesday, October 20, 2015
The Juming Museum, a popular indoor and outdoor showcase for dramatic sculptures located on Taiwan's northern coast, will close for three months on Nov. 2 for a renovation of the museum's interior and restoration of some of its artworks.
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