Centuries have passed since Neolithic artists swirled red and white color on the cliffs of northern Somalia, painting antelopes, cattle, giraffes and hunters carrying bows and arrows.
An Italian consumer group said Saturday it suspected artist Christo's popular floating walkway on a lake had involved an unreasonable waste of public money.
A leading Greek foundation on Friday unveiled a sprawling new park, opera and national library in southern Athens designed to "give hope" to a country brought low by a six-year economic crisis.
The living room is stocked with fresh flowers, books on the coffee table, and an ensemble cast that has you squirming in a state of claustrophobic awkwardness, relieved that the scenes unfolding before you do not in any way represent your own life.
Stars of the Chinese-language music world took to the red carpet in Taipei Saturday to attend the 27th Golden Melody Awards ceremony, Taiwan's equivalent of the Grammys.
In a Soweto dance studio with yellowing mirrors, enthusiastic ballet students practice their first positions and plies in socks at the barre.
The Quran, revered by Muslims, is the centerpiece of a first-of-its-kind exhibition in the United States as the Smithsonian displays exquisitely decorated manuscripts from one of the top Quran collections.
In one of the most eagerly awaited Paris art show of the year, the ageing enfant terrible of French letters, Michel Houellebecq, does not disappoint.
Renowned artist Christo Vladimirov Javacheff can walk on water. And thanks to him so can you.
The first North American retrospective of Taiwanese cinematographer Mark Lee Ping-bing's works opened Thursday with his film "Crosscurrent," for which he won the Silver Bear for outstanding artistic contribution at this year's Berlin International Film Festival.