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Syrian refugee puppet Little Amal arrives in the UK in 8,000km journey
The Walk With Amal initiative encourages people living in Europe to follow the puppet's 8,000km journey to safety, representing millions of young refugees.
Why is there a giant puppet walking from Syria to the UK?
Little Amal is a 3.5-metre-tall puppet of a young refugee girl. She is stopping in Paris on her way to the UK.
Two marble angels stolen from church in 1989 are returned to Italy
Moscow's Pushkin museum goes back to basics for bold new exhibition
It defies the setups of traditional European galleries in favour of low hanging, separated paintings, bathed in brightness.
What is the UNFINISHED Festival and how can you be part of it?
The programme takes place over 8 days. Starting on Sunday October 24th, the festival is designed to accompany participants until Sunday October 31st, interweaving their routine with a carefully curated mix of on-demand content, live events, and connected experiences.
Berlin highlights art from female sculptor banned under Nazi Germany
Louise Stomps' woodwork went beneath the radar in Berlin for decades. Now, the Verborgne Museum are displaying her little known works to reimagine her influence in a different time.
Fed up of Facebook's censorship, Vienna sends nudes to OnlyFans
In a world first, the Austrian galleries are now exhibiting their nude artworks on the platform better known for porn.
Experience Frieze London 2021 in pictures
Take a look at scenes from Frieze London 2021, as the contemporary art fair makes its return to Regent's Park.
Shredded Banksy artwork sells for nearly €22 million at auction
This 3D replica of Michelangelo’s David is causing controversy
A 3D replica of Michelangelo's David has led to discussions around art and censorship, due to only the statue's face being visible to most visitors.
Bullfighting banned from Spain's €400 COVID 'culture recovery voucher'
This 19th century portrait of Chopin was found at a flea market
Thrifted at a Polish flea market in the early 1990s, a peeling portrait of the virtuoso pianist has finally been restored and dated back to the 19th century.
Art and technology merge for an interactive experience of Goya
Meet the Miami entrepreneur reimagining the future of digital art
Banksy's Balloon Girl expected to fetch over €2.5million at auction
The Bristol-born UK artist redefined our perceptions of street art in the 2000s. Christie's London auction house expect Banksy's 2005 remake of Girl With Balloon to sell for millions next week.
Autumn in Saint Petersburg, a time to take in the diverse urban culture
Saint Petersburg knows how to surprise. It’s a city of magnificent museums with streets full of atmosphere that make you feel like you can actually touch its deep and complex history.
British Museum accepts Nigerian artist's gift but keeps looted bronzes
The British Museum has a gigantic collection of stolen artefacts from multiple continents. One Nigerian artist set out on an exchange to get theirs back.
Brussels celebrates 75th anniversary of two of its comic book legends
The Belgium Comic Strip Centre is holding an exposition from Wednesday in honour of Blake and Mortimer.
Danish artist protests low pay by taking €70,000 of museum's cash
Man jailed for stealing Van Gogh and Hals paintings from Dutch museums
The court described him as an 'incorrigible and calculating criminal.'
Art market still kicking but NFTs are canvassing high-end support
Art Basel: 270 exhibitors show Art market's resilience
This year's fair is very different to previous editions with COVID-19 certificate checks and face masks worn throughout, but galleries don't seem to mind as Sales are up.
Aimless walks, an iPhone Pietà and a huge gargoyle: Art Basel is back
After last years online edition, Art Basel is back in the real world for September 2021. And it starts with a Parcours event.
Morozov collection set to wow art-hungry Paris audience
Four years after the immense success of the Shchukin exhibition, the Vuitton Foundation presents another collection of masterpieces, acquired at the turn of the 19th century by two Russian brothers, the Morozovs.
Trans-literation: meet the artist behind the gender-swap book print
Pablo Picasso: Nine works donated to France by daughter, Maya
At the press conference on Monday, at the Picasso Museum in Paris, only one work was shown to the press: a cubist painting from 1938 called "The child with the lollipop sitting under a chair".