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Thursday, August 20, 2015
US seeking assistance to find 2 of six stolen N.C. Wyeth paintings
The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation is offering a reward of up to US$20,000 for help in finding two N.C. Wyeth paintings stolen from a home in Portland, Maine.
Tuesday, August 18, 2015
S. African black doll breaks the mold in high style
She is black and trendy, and young South African girls are learning to love her.
Sunday, August 16, 2015
Sculptures by a renowned Soviet artist on show in central Moscow were smashed after being denounced by Orthodox activists as "blasphemous"
Saturday, August 15, 2015
US returns long-lost Picasso painting to France
The United States on Thursday returned to French authorities an oil painting by Pablo Picasso that was reported stolen from a major Paris museum 14 years ago.
A diamond and gold pendant Elvis Presley gave Sammy Davis Jr. was among 160 authenticated artifacts sold Thursday evening during an auction at the King of Rock `n' Roll's longtime Memphis, Tennessee, home.
Friday, August 14, 2015
"La Coiffeuse," a cubist work by Picasso worth about US$15 million, will be returned to France where it was stolen 17 years ago, U.S. officials said Wednesday.
A Taiwanese artist donated his latest work made from discarded steel cables to Karlsruhe as a gift to the German city that is celebrating its 300th anniversary this year.
Thursday, August 13, 2015
The walls have eyes: Kabul's anti-corruption graffiti
Under a soldier's watchful gaze, a group of artists paint a blast wall outside Kabul's presidential palace with a huge pair of eyes in bright, almost psychedelic colors.
Wednesday, August 12, 2015
Nonprofit fills empty spaces in NYC with art exhibits
No Longer Empty is a nonprofit arts group that seeks out empty and underutilized spaces for art installations throughout New York City. But it does more than transform empty storefronts into temporary exhibition space. All its projects relate to the building's history and its neighborhood.
Tourism boom leaves some Cubans feeling left out
This 500-year-old city smells of fresh paint and varnish. Residents stroll along a recently completed harbor promenade under gleaming new streetlights, enjoying sea breezes while relaxing on newly installed metal benches.
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