The United States is working to return to Italy a Roman statue stolen in 1983.
The staff of Moscow's Tretyakov Gallery is packing up some of Russia's finest paintings to send to London for a landmark exhibition, proving, the gallery's director says, that cultural exchange between the Russia and the West is alive and well.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art has received a major bequest of over 50 works of American art, including the museum's first painting by Edward Hopper.
Hundreds of young women from across the U.S. are vying for a chance to become a Rockette in New York City.
The 2016 Taiwan Lantern Festival (臺灣燈會) kicks off today for the pleasure of the young and the young at heart all across the country. The most brightly lit event of the year is poised to dazzle millions again with its magnificent display of lanterns in the 20-hectare belt running from the THSR Taoyuan Station Square (桃園高鐵青埔站前廣場) to Qingtan Garden (青塘園) until March 6.
An exhibition is opening in Warsaw of abstract works by prominent American painter Frank Stella that were inspired by painted wooden synagogues that once existed across Poland but were destroyed by the Nazis during World War II.
An Australian freelance photographer's haunting, moonlit image of a baby being passed by migrants underneath a razor-wire fence on the Hungary-Serbia border won the prestigious World Press Photo award for 2015, organizers announced Thursday.
The ballet rehearsal painted in 1874 by French artist Edgar Degas looks, at first glance, like an innocent portrayal of dancers limbering up for a performance. But who's that man in the shadowy background, straddling a chair, his top hat pulled down low over his eyes?
It's like a romantic scene out of one of South Korea's sappy soap dramas -- tens of thousands of illuminated roses forming an impressive backdrop for the lead actor and actress to declare their love for each other.
An art installation by Chinese artist Ai Weiwei in Berlin showcases thousands of used life vests by refugees from the Greek island of Lesbos.