A new art installation displayed on Hong Kong's tallest building is the latest expression of the city's growing fears that its freedoms are under threat as Beijing tightens it grip.
A 1950 Neal Cassady letter that inspired Jack Kerouac's spontaneous style in "On the Road" is heading to auction where it's expected to bring up to US$600,000.
A major photography show opened in London Thursday featuring a special exhibition on leading war photographer Don McCullin, plus works by established figures like Henri Cartier-Bresson.
This undated photo provided by Christie's shows a painting by Georgia O'Keeffe, "Lake George Reflection." The monumental painting that can be viewed horizontally or vertically sold for US$12.9 million at a New York City auction on Thursday, May 19.
Boehringer Ingelheim Taiwan is holding an art exhibition featuring physically challenged artists supported by the Eden Social Welfare Foundation from May 19 to May 21 in Taipei.
Anna Fernando struts down the black-and-white tiles of a trendy coffee shop in the Lebanese capital, dressed in high heels and a strapless ball gown of caramel gauze ribbons.
The United States has returned to Italy a letter written by Christopher Columbus in 1493 about his discovery of the New World that was stolen from a Florence library and unwittingly acquired by the Library of Congress.
Performers in the famed cabaret Crazy Horse Paris pose for a photo at a press conference in Taipei on Wednesday, May 18. Crazy Horse Paris, renowned as representing the French elite of beauty and seduction since 1951, will be performing in Taiwan for the second time.
French fashion house Louis Vuitton is launching two travel publications this month that celebrate Paris and South Africa with watercolor paintings. The stunning new titles are illustrated by Brecht Evans, a Belgian author of graphic novels who revisits the city of Paris with a fresh perspective, and Chinese painter Liu Xiaodong, who unveils the wilderness of South Africa though outdoor paintings.
Israel's Antiquities Authority on Monday displayed cargo from a merchant ship that sank off the ancient Mediterranean port of Caesarea 1,600 years ago, including rare bronze statues and thousands of coins.