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December, 9, 2016

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Norman Foster picked for Prado expansion
British architecture superstar Norman Foster has been selected to renovate a 17th century building for an extension to Madrid's famous Prado museum, it said Thursday.
 
Roots revival: India's classical dance forms met with renewed popularity
Students elegantly curve their hands before breaking into synchronized footwork at a class in New Delhi, where growing numbers are signing up for Indian traditional dance classes rooted in Hindu mythology.
 
Talk about a memorable trip to the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
 
Canadian-American industrial designer Karim Rashid is on a mission to change the world, and it is not for money or even greater fame, it's for his mother.
 
Sold for US$1.64 million
This photo, provided Saturday, Nov. 19 by French auction house Artcurial, shows a drawing from one of Tintin's most famous cartoon books, "Explorers on the Moon" by Belgian cartoonist Herge.
 
Van Gogh Museum challenged on 'lost' notebook
The row over the discovery of a "lost" Vincent Van Gogh notebook took a dramatic new turn Thursday, with experts who back the find demanding a public debate with the Van Gogh Museum, which has dismissed it as a fake.
 
Time magazine picks 100 most influential photos of all time
A single drop of milk. A newborn baby. The ravages of war and terrorism. The defiance of those who protest and the fear of those entrapped.
 
Light blight: Art project breathes life into empty buildings
Empty homes on blighted blocks here pulse with a ghostly glow every night.
 
Hockney landscape fetches record $11.7M in NYC
A monumental landscape by David Hockney set an auction record for the British artist at Sotheby's contemporary art sale Thursday evening.
 
Gold Museum attraction
Bodypaint artist Huang Yen-tzu shows off her handiwork in this photo provided by New Taipei City's Gold Museum on Friday, Nov. 18. The museum said Huang will paint the hands of visitors for free on Saturday when its two wooden houses are open to the public.
 
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