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Sunday, November 22, 2015
The largest exhibition ever assembled of Jackson Pollock's lesser-known "black paintings" is going on display in Dallas.
Friday, November 20, 2015
Previously hidden layers found in Malevich painting
To the naked eye, Kazimir Malevich's famed "Black Square" painting looks just like that: a featureless black square. But X-ray examination found much more, Moscow's Tretyakov Gallery revealed Wednesday.
Gormley's 'alien invasion' looms large over Hong Kong
Occasionally obscured by mist and low cloud, shadowy human figures loom from the tops of Hong Kong skyscrapers causing curiosity and consternation in the streets below.
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Chi Mei Museum, one of the most popular attractions in Tainan, Southern Taiwan, since its official inauguration Jan. 1, announced that it will close for a week for annual maintenance.
Israel unveils mosaic found during construction
Israel's antiquities authority on Monday unveiled a 1,700-year-old mosaic floor that archaeologists found last year while building a visitors' center meant to display another mosaic, discovered two decades earlier at the same location.
Sunday, November 15, 2015
The autumn art auction season has wrapped up in New York with successful sales of just over US$2 billion albeit in a more cautious market than the bonanza records chalked up in the spring.
Action video game lovers are flocking in record numbers to the radioactive wasteland of freshly launched mega-hit "Fallout 4."
Ice sculptures really aren't cut out for this kind of balmy November weather.
Ice sculpture festival suffers in balmy weather
Friday, November 13, 2015
Twombly work sells for US$70.5 mil.
It may look little more than blackboard scrawls to the untrained eye, but a Cy Twombly work fetched US$70.53 million in New York on Wednesday, setting a new auction record for the painter.
Why did actor Shia LaBeouf invite his fans to watch all the movies he's ever made with him during a three-day (and two-night) marathon at a Manhattan theater? Or to watch him watching via livestream, witnessing the drama of him occasionally stroking his beard, sipping from a cup or scratching his nose?
Fans wait to see LaBeouf watch his own movies
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