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Greek Acropolis restorers to bolster west side of Parthenon
Restoration work on Athens' Acropolis is set to shift to the west side of the Parthenon under a 40-year-long effort to restore the ancient archaeological monument, officials said Thursday.
What could be scarier than a statue of Lucille Ball that was so hated it was dubbed "Scary Lucy"? Being the sculptor hired to replace it.
Bear twins
This photo, taken on Thursday, Aug. 4, shows a massive art installation at the Embrace Cultural and Creative Park in Keelung, New Taipei City. The Embrace Cultural and Creative Park has been making headlines recently with art projects using high numbers of windmills. This summer, the "starry bears," made with 50,000 windmills and 2,000 recycled CDs, shows two white bears standing side by side on grass.
Paintings and photos of tragic Scott pole mission reunited
Paintings and photographs capturing legendary British explorer Captain Robert Falcon Scott's tragic race to the South Pole have been reunited for the first time in more than a century at a London gallery.
Imprisoned Russian draws life behind bars for messaging app
The imprisoned brother of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has drawn a set of stickers depicting life in prison for a popular messaging app.
Dream of 3-dimensional mural honoring American workers nearer reality
A Connecticut artist's dream to honor American workers with a 5-stories-high mural that ties in contributions from thousands of children across the country is moving closer to reality.
Harlem burgeons as an art gallery district
The opening of the Clara Francis Gallery this week in a renovated Harlem storefront was an exciting moment for Haile (HY'-lee) King Rubie.
Shiite tattoos a show of pride amid tensions
Hamada Bayloun is not particularly religious, but across his entire upper back spreads a large tattoo of the most revered saint in Shiite Islam, Imam Ali.
Thar he blows!
A large balloon in the shape of Captain Hook stands in front of New Taipei City Hall, Friday, July 30. It is part of the exhibition for the New Taipei Children's Arts Festival that runs through the end of August.
Presidential model
LEGO artist Huang Yen-chi stands next to his LEGO replica of Taiwan's presidential building, at an exhibition in a Taichung department store, Friday, July 29. The exhibition features models of many world landmarks.
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