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Saturday, December 28, 2013
The family of the late Norman Rockwell is taking exception to a new biography of the American illustrator, saying it contains numerous inaccuracies and poses a “phantom theory” about his sexuality.
Friday, December 27, 2013
The most expensive artwork ever sold at auction is on display at the Portland Art Museum.
Wednesday, December 25, 2013
Ex-planner halts sale of Rubber Duck products
Jerry Fan (范可欽), the former planner of the Rubber Duck event in Keelung City, made a gesture of good will yesterday through local media to Florentijn Hofman, the Dutch artist who created the Rubber Duck project, by pledging to stop selling unauthorized Rubber Duck products and inviting Hofman to come to the closing ceremony exhibition.
National Taiwan Museum (NTM, 國立台灣博物館) announced yesterday that they will display the only remnant of Mona Rudao (莫那魯道) on Friday, Dec.27 at Ketagalan Culture Center (凱達格蘭館) which they occasionally found when they arranged the information of the account books recently.
Sunday, December 22, 2013
Rising out of the jungle on white pillars, the new Preah Vihear Museum's largest building stands empty. But Cambodian officials hope that one day it will be the place where nine ancient statues depicting a dramatic battle scene are reunited from around the world.
Cambodian museum to welcome reunited ancient battle scene art
Saturday, December 21, 2013
A Vincent Van Gogh painting that has been hidden away at a Virginia estate for decades will have a new home at the National Gallery of Art.
Harry Potter is coming to the stage.
Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Ticket presale starts for Johannes Vermeer exhibition
Advance ticket sales for an upcoming exhibition that will introduce Taiwanese audiences to masterpieces by the maestro of light, Johannes Vermeer, were launched yesterday.
For the past three decades, Brazilian telenovelas have helped Cubans forget their litany of woes for an hour a day. But today, dozens of South Korean soap operas are earning wide audiences.
Monday, December 16, 2013
Arson engulfs art as Detroit's Heidelberg Project burns up
On Detroit's Heidelberg Street, where a local artist turned the shell of a crime-ridden neighborhood into an interactive public art project, visitors coming to see the offbeat display are noticing something that's not part of the quirky exhibition: Yellow fire tape.
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