A Connecticut artist's dream to honor American workers with a 5-stories-high mural that ties in contributions from thousands of children across the country is moving closer to reality.
The opening of the Clara Francis Gallery this week in a renovated Harlem storefront was an exciting moment for Haile (HY'-lee) King Rubie.
Hamada Bayloun is not particularly religious, but across his entire upper back spreads a large tattoo of the most revered saint in Shiite Islam, Imam Ali.
A large balloon in the shape of Captain Hook stands in front of New Taipei City Hall, Friday, July 30. It is part of the exhibition for the New Taipei Children's Arts Festival that runs through the end of August.
LEGO artist Huang Yen-chi stands next to his LEGO replica of Taiwan's presidential building, at an exhibition in a Taichung department store, Friday, July 29. The exhibition features models of many world landmarks.
In this July 19 photo, Hamza, 25, poses for a photo showing off his tattoos of Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah and Shiite Muslim religious slogans in the southern suburb of Beirut, Lebanon.
The newly restored Peacock Throne of King Ludwig II of Bavaria stands in the Moorish Kiosk at Linderhof Palace near Ettal, southern Germany, Wednesday, July 27.
Since 2007, the "Elephant Parade" has been held in the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, Italy, and numerous other places around the world. The international event is a fusion of playful artistic brilliance combined with, and founded on, a deep social mission: to generate interest and support to elephant conservation.
From Jakarta to Bali and Yogyakarta, the Indonesian art world is flourishing.
For Dorkas Kaya and other young patients with HIV, seeing the walls of their residential treatment facility transformed with broad splashes of color and graffiti-like scribbles brought a singular reaction: "Whoa!"