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Copenhagen's Little Mermaid statue doused with paint — again
Danish officials on Tuesday hosed down Copenhagen's famed Little Mermaid after the statue was found doused with red paint.
 
This painting just sold for US$4.3 million
"The Bird Charmer" by Rufino Tamayo was sold for US$4.3 million on Thursday at Sotheby's Latin American art auction in New York.
 
Boston museum doubles reward for stolen artwork to US$10 mil.
A Boston museum has doubled its reward to US$10 million for information that leads to the return of 13 works of art stolen more than two decades ago in the largest art heist in U.S. history.
 
Are movies a good way to learn history?
Films can support learning – if used to meet specific goals and connected to the proper subject matter.
 
Ringling Bros. shuts down the big top after 146 years
With laughter, hugs and tears -- and the requisite death-defying stunts -- the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus received its final standing ovation Sunday night as it performed its last show.
 
Shirley Temple did it barefoot. Mel Brooks wore an extra finger. Whoopi Goldberg buried her dreadlocks. Steve McQueen and actress wife Ali MacGraw did it facing the wrong way.
 
JFK home renovation castoffs are transformed into art
What once were pieces of John F. Kennedy's home are now pieces of art.
 
Venice Biennale awards German artists 2 Golden Lions
Germany has swept the 57th Venice Biennale, winning top Golden Lion prizes for the best national pavilion and best artist in the main curated show on opening day of the six-month contemporary art fair, the world's oldest.
 
Egypt's ballet dancers find passion on isolated stage
Ballet dancer Fady el-Nabarawy feels he can finally breathe again the moment he enters the gates of the Cairo Opera House after a commute from his ramshackle, poor neighborhood. This is where he and his fellow dancers practice, perform, love and create.
 
Koons unveils giant inflatable ballerina in Rockerfeller Center
Artist Jeff Koons on Friday unveiled an enormous inflatable blonde, silver-limbed ballerina in one of the busiest plazas in New York.
 
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