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Experimental installations put the social in social science
The truck-size metal container sitting in a downtown park here isn't meant to raise awareness about the global shipping industry, though it may nudge some people's curiosity in that direction.
 
Cradle of rich Haiti art heritage is being reinvented
Youvensky Despeignes used to spend hours a day at home drawing pencil-and-ink abstractions on cheap notebook paper, his aspirations as a painter frustrated by a lack of opportunities in Haiti where a rich artistic heritage has suffered decades of decline.
 
Spain police nab 7 suspects of large Francis Bacon art heist
MADRID -- Seven people suspected of being involved in stealing five paintings by the Irish-born painter Francis Bacon worth more than 25 million euros ($27.8 million) have been arrested, Spanish police said Saturday.
 
Cave art found in Spain 300 meters underground
Spanish archaeologists say they have discovered an exceptional set of Paleolithic-era cave drawings that could rank among the best in a country that already boasts some of the world's most important cave art.
 
After nuke deal, Iran art sells for US$7.4 mil.
An annual art auction in Tehran drew record sales of US$7.4 million Friday, a sign of Iran's emerging arts market that buyers hope will be buoyed by the recent nuclear deal with world powers.
 
Life-sized reproduction of 18th century ship up for sale
The world's largest seaworthy wooden ship of its class, a replica of a merchant vessel that sank in 1745 off the coast of Sweden for reasons still unknown, is up for sale after years on the seas.
 
Ken Domon, Japan's master of realism gets first overseas exhibition in Rome
The works of Ken Domon, an acclaimed photographer whose images of the aftermath of the Hiroshima bomb shocked 1950s Japan, take center stage in Rome Friday with the opening of the first exhibition of his pictures outside his home country.
 
The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum in New Mexico now owns a rarely seen painting by the artist who helped usher in American modernism.
 
Taiwan artists to auction work for queer refugees
Twenty artists will work at a daylong event in Taipei on Sunday to raise money for queer refugees in Germany.
 
Native Americans protest planned French auction of artifacts
Native American leaders are protesting the latest plan by a Paris auction house to sell off part of their tribal history, and their demand for the return of their ceremonial objects is getting bipartisan support.
 
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