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Art gives former station in US capital new life
A quirky art installation featuring 650,000 plastic balls is breathing new life into a dingy and long-forgotten former underground trolley station in the heart of the U.S. capital.
 
The Taiwan Metal Creation Museum has turned a bus stop in Tainan into a local attraction by putting two robot installation artworks on public display at the stop.
 
LA's Getty museum brings ancient caves of Dunhuang to US
For a thousand years China's Cave Temples of Dunhuang were a popular traveler's rest stop, marketplace and religious shrine on the fabled Silk Road. Now they are coming to Los Angeles, both in spirit and reality.
 
Making cross-strait waves
The eye-catching huge sand sculpture of incoming President Tsai Ing-wen is among major exhibits at the 2016 Fulong International Sand Sculpting Art Festival that opens on Saturday at the Fulong Beach in the northeastern tip of Taiwan. Visitors can enjoy a wide variety of huge sand sculptures over 10 meters high, during the show period of Saturday, May 7 through July 10.
 
China is winning war of the worlds in giant Paris art show
Monumental modern art doesn't come much more spectacular than this.
 
The "Meat-shaped Stone," one of the most popular pieces at Taiwan's National Palace Museum (NPM), will be exhibited in the United States for the first time in June, the museum said Saturday.
 
Big art auctions open in New York City next week
A sculpture of a kneeling Hitler and two rare Fauve period paintings are among the offerings at the impressionist, modern and contemporary evening art auctions in New York next week.
 
NY art auction season set to kick off — and break a taboo
The spring art auction season kicks off Sunday in New York with paintings by Jean-Michel Basquiat and Cy Twombly and a taboo-smashing statue of Hitler.
 
A rare violet diamond, the largest of its kind ever found at Australia's remote Argyle mine, will be the centerpiece of Rio Tinto's annual pink diamonds showcase, the company said Tuesday.
 
Polish experts back in Palmyra to restore lion statue
When two Polish heritage experts first restored the famed lion statue in Syria's Palmyra in 2005, they never imagined they would see it smashed to pieces only a decade later.
 
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