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Elton John shares photo collection at Tate exhibit
He's one of the most colorful figures in rock 'n' roll, but when it comes to photography, Elton John embraces black and white.
 
A dome-less mosque designed by a Bangladeshi woman architect and a Beirut institute by the late Zaha Hadid were among six projects awarded the Aga Khan Award for Architecture Sunday.
 
Bob Dylan's artwork in major London show
The timing couldn't be better for Saturday's opening of "The Beaten Path," a major exhibit of Bob Dylan's artworks at the Halcyon Gallery on London's pricey New Bond Street.
 
Picasso's widow accused of hiding artworks
A retired electrician who kept nearly 300 Pablo Picasso artworks in his garage for almost 40 years told a French appeal court Monday that the artist's widow may have wanted to hide the works from his family.
 
Remembrance art
A man walks past abstract poppies representing the Army, Navy and Air Force by artist Mark Humphrey as part of the Remembrance Art Trail, in Canary Wharf, London, Sunday, Oct. 30.
 
Prima ballerina
Cuba's Prima Ballerina Alicia Alonso puts the postage mark on a commemorative stamp, featuring her image, on the opening day of the 25th International Ballet Festival in Havana, Cuba, Friday, Oct. 28.
 
Swiss customs authorities have slapped a billionaire with a US$4 million fine for failing to properly declare some 200 artworks imported into Switzerland, according to media reports confirmed by officials Sunday.
 
Couple gives art collection to Paris
A Texan couple who discovered their love for art during a trip to Paris in the 1970s are to donate the multimillion dollar collection they have amassed since to the French capital.
 
Flemish 'Mystic Lamb' masterpiece restored
A painstaking restoration of a 15th-century Flemish masterpiece is revealing the long-lost detail and splendor that helped make the altarpiece one of the world's most stolen artworks.
 
A prominent member of the academy that awards the Nobel literature prize slammed this year's laureate Bob Dylan as arrogant on Friday, citing his total silence since the award was announced last week.
 
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