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Saturday, May 24, 2014
An oil painting sold at a Spanish antique shop over two decades ago for around 150 euros (US$200) has been certified as Salvador Dali's first Surrealist work which he painted as a teenager, art experts said Thursday.
Oil painting certified as early work of Surrealist master Dali
Friday, May 23, 2014
A Chinese museum has been ordered to close after thousands of its historical exhibits were found to be fake, state-run media said on Thursday.
Crazy Horse sculptor's widow dies, project is still ongoing
Ruth Ziolkowski, who carried on her late husband's dream of honoring Native Americans by carving the massive likeness of the legendary warrior Crazy Horse into the Black Hills in South Dakota, has died. She was 87.
Monday, May 19, 2014
Over 100 museums and cultural centers across Taiwan are offering free admission on Sunday to mark the International Museum Day.
10.5m tall sugar sculpture honors black workers
A 10.5-meter-tall sphinxlike sculpture made of sugar is on display at an old New York City factory as a tribute to black workers.
Saturday, May 17, 2014
Oprah Winfrey helps Barbara Walters say farewell to 'The View'
Oprah Winfrey and former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton surprised Barbara Walters on Thursday as the legendary newswoman taped her final edition of “The View” to end a five-decade career on television.
The British Library is putting hundreds of its most valuable literary resources online, from the Bronte sisters' childhood writings to William Blake's notebook.
Thursday, May 15, 2014
Museums around Taiwan are planning special events or will offer free admission on May 18 to celebrate International Museum Day.
Warhol artworks bring in more than US$100 mil. at New York auction
Two works from Andy Warhol's “Death and Disaster” series sold for a combined US$100 million Tuesday and a Barnett Newman painting went for an artist record of US$84.2 million in fierce New York auction bidding.
Monday, May 12, 2014
A local charity said Tuesday it is planning to raise funds this year to build a museum to highlight the lives of Taiwanese women who were forced into sex slavery during World War II by the Japanese Imperial Army.
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