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Hong Kong Expands Art and Culture Venues
Hong Kong is increasing the number of its arts venues in an effort to enrich the quality of life. The new M+ museum of visual culture, is the centrepiece of the new West Kowloon Cultural District, and The Honk Kong Palace and Oi! project are all examples of Hong Kong new's cultural vision.
Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel is (almost) travelling the world
Now you can wonder in awe at the beauty of the Sistine Chapel without having to visit Rome thanks to an innovative global tour featuring Michelangelo's most famous masterpiece
A sculpture of Putin perched on a tank appears in Central Park
French artist James Colomina is known for installing his politically charged works in unusual places. His latest does not disappoint.
The Hong Kong Art Fair features "affordable" artworks under $13,000.
Thousands of local and international contemporary artworks are presented at the 9th edition of Affordable Art Fair Hong Kong.
French artist honours victims of Brumadinho disaster in giant artwork
Contemporary French artist Saype created a giant piece of 'land art' on a football field as a tribute to the victims of the 2019 dam failure in Brumadinho, Brazil.
Italian climate activists glue their hands to a Botticelli painting
Italian environmental activists stuck their hands on the glass protecting Sandro Botticelli's painting "Spring" in Florence.
Italy thwarts illegal auction abroad of Baroque painting
Carabinieri police said that art merchants had allegedly described the work as being painted by a follower of Gentileschi, and not the artist herself, to fraudulently obtain export permission from Italian authorities.
Elvis’ hair and John Lennon's tooth - strangest items sold at auction
From a vampire-slaying kit to a lock of Elvis Presley’s hair, people are willing to pay big money for the most specific of items.
What's it like to paint at 82-metres in the air?
Leicester is now home to Europe's tallest mural, and the third-tallest in the world, but what was it like to paint it?
Pop artist Claes Oldenburg, maker of huge urban sculptures, dies
Pop artist Claes Oldenburg turned the mundane into the monumental through his outsized sculptures of a baseball bat, a clothespin and other objects.
Here's the winner of the UK's Museum of the Year 2022
Art Fund has announced the winner for its prestigious 2022 Museum of the Year award.
The best exhibitions to see in Europe this summer
From comic books to sculptures, from African empires to Norwegian folktales, there's no shortage of exhibitions to attend this summer.
Curse-fearing thief returns 2000-year-old sacred relic
A Dutch art sleuth has tracked down one of the most sacred artefacts of the Catholic Church.
Just Stop Oil: Who are the protesters gluing themselves to art?
The group has gripped the headlines in recent weeks with mixed responses to their climate change protests.
Why has a version of Bob Dylan's 'Blowin' In The Wind' sold for €1.7m?
A newly recorded version of the Bob Dylan classic 'Blowin in the Wind' has sold for £1.5m (€1.7m) at a Christie's auction in London. But why did it go for so much?
Seven of Europe's best virtual exhibitions to check out this summer
From Paris to Zagreb, all from your own couch: here are some of the best virtual tours to try this summer.
This 25-year-old artist creates incredible drawings on a typewriter
James Cook, a 25-year old- artist based in London, creates incredibly detailed drawings using typewriters. But why does he choose to draw using this dated machine?
3 cultural events you need to know about this weekend
Euronews takes a look at some of the hottest cultural events in Europe at the moment.
Machine learning tool can help identify rock art in remote areas
The ML tool they developed has an 89 per cent success rate.
Dutch drama as suspected art fair robbery caught on camera
Police say they've arrested two men in connection with the suspected robbery, but are still looking for two more.
Would you stay the night in a zero star hotel with no walls?
Swiss 'zero star hotel' costs hundreds of euros for a sleepless night.
Eight men convicted of stealing Banksy artwork from Bataclan
The suspects were handed prison sentences ranging from six months suspended to two years in prison.
57 years unseen: Francis Bacon portrait of Lucian Freud goes on sale
The long unseen portrait of artist Lucian Freud by his close friend Francis Bacon, estimated at more than £35 million (€41 million) is the central piece of a Sotheby's art sale on 29 June
Napoleon's relatives sue far-right MP for 'rare' name change
Emmanuel Taché de la Pagerie is a member of Marine Le Pen’s far-right party and faces legal action by descendants of Empress Joséphine de Beauharnais - Napoleon's wife.
Making VR worlds from the comfort of home
As VR becomes increasingly popular in the art world, a tech platform wants to democratise the medium and let anyone have a go at making it.
Cape Verde music continues to top charts with new artists generation
Music is said to be Cape Verde’s biggest export and a new generation of Cape Verdean singers and songwriters continue to dominate the music charts.