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Performers take to the streets for Madrid's flamenco festival
Flamenco dancers are emerging from indoor venues into the bright Madrid sunshine for the 6th edition of the city's flamenco festival. Restricted during the pandemic, organisers want to bring the art form onto the streets and closer to the people.
Why you need to watch Eurovision, according to the superfans
We spoke to some of the Eurovision Song Contest's biggest fans to find out why they love it so much, and why other people should be watching the final this Saturday
Meet the 8-year-old art prodigy unveiling his first London exhibition
The eight-year-old winner of the 2020 Global Child Prodigy Award, Advait Kolarkar, is in the English capital to present his new collection, Alluring Illusions at the Gagliardi Gallery.
Bob Dylan's biggest sculpture to date unveiled in Provence vineyard
Singer-songwriter Bob Dylan has unveiled his largest sculpture to date, entitled Rail Car. The piece will be permanently exhibited at Château La Coste, a 600-acre sculpture park in Provence.
1,800 items from Hollywood's biggest movies under the hammer
More than 1,800 items from Hollywood's biggest hits are expected to bring in more than $9m (€8.5m)
'Dreamachine': Is it possible to see art with your eyes closed?
Conjured entirely by light and music, a new experience titled 'Dreamachine' promises to unfold a colourful world of patterns and shapes behind visitors closed eyes
Meet the last skateboarder in Ukraine's war-torn Kramatorsk
Amid destroyed buildings and air raid sirens, 18 year-old Roman Kovalenko still skates the empty streets of Ukraine's eastern Kramatorsk
Warhol's Marilyn Monroe painting sold for record-breaking €185 million
Andy Warhol’s iconic Marilyn Monroe portrait sells for a record $195m (€185m), shattering the auction record for an American artist
Largest white diamond ever auctioned sells for €17.9 million
The Rock, the biggest white diamond ever auctioned, sold for a hammer price of 18.6 million Swiss francs (€17.9 million), far short of the record for such a jewel.
This is Mexican tiger fighting: a brutal indigenous rain ritual
Seeking to appease the god of storms and end a drought, men and women in tiger costumes whip each other mercilessly into submission
Birthplace of Audrey Hepburn honours her with garden and statue
The birthplace of Audrey Hepburn have honoured the Breakfast at Tiffany's star by inaugurating a garden in her name, complete with a bronze bust of the film and fashion icon
Manuscripts of pro-Nazi French author rediscovered after 78 years
'Guerre' (War) a novel written by one of France's most controversial literary figures, Louis-Ferdinand Celine, is set to arrive in bookstores on Thursday, some 78 years after its manuscript disappeared. A new exhibition in Paris aims to explore the mystery behind the rediscovered manuscripts.
Chaos at Schiphol airport expected to continue this weekend
Frustrated travellers will likely face long queues and more cancellations at Schiphol airport this weekend.
Explore a galaxy far, far away at largest Star Wars fan exhibition
Over 600 Star Wars items collected by superfans of the franchise are on display at 'The Fans Strike Back, the largest Star Wars fan exhibition ever
May the 4th be with you: how the date became a Star Wars phenomenon
The earliest use of this play on words dates back to 1978, one year after the release of 'A New Hope', where American newspapers employed the phrase in the headlines on Independence Day. But now 'May' is a month rather than a wish.
Take a look at this stunning Water Light Festival in Italy
The art trail in Brixen is 3.2km long, and is connected by a blue line which runs through the old town.
Walpurgis Night: the pagan festival of bonfires, witches & folk music
Walpurgis Night, a tradition celebrated on 30 April in northern Europe and Scandinavia, sees people light bonfires and sing along to Celtic folk music in order to ward off evil spirits and witches
Muslims across Europe celebrate Eid-al-Fitr 2022
Muslims around the world are getting into the festive Eid spirit as the holy month of Ramadan ends
Sick Ukrainian children destroy tank installation made of balloons
The 'balloon tank' was created as a pacifist art installation before the war in Ukraine, but has now taken on an even stronger meaning
Blood and bruises: Welcome to Bangkok's real-life fight club
In the capital city of a country renowned for its highly technical martial arts scene, amateur fighters gather regularly at a poor port-side neighbourhood and promise to exchange only blood and bruises in the underground club
This major city break destination is banning smoking on beaches
The smoking ban, which comes into effect on 1 July 2022, aims to makes beaches cleaner.
Get lost in a digital world in this new experimental art exhibition
An exhibition that mixes art, technology and vivid light displays is opening in London.
Ukrainian artists forced to flee form art community in Berlin
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has forced millions to flee the country, among them are some of the country's most talented artists. Many fled to Germany, and in Berlin, they've gathered at a workspace where they share ideas and the difficult feelings sparked by the war.
Kyiv demolishes Soviet monument representing Russia-Ukraine friendship
Kyiv authorities demolished a monument symbolising historic ties between ex-Soviet Ukraine and Russia. Kyiv mayor and former boxing champion, Vitali Klitschko said it was a "symbolic" day for the city
Meet the Russian musicians taking a stand against the war in Ukraine
Noise MC and his touring partner - electronic music star Monetochka - have so far raised more than €200,000 for a Polish charity helping refugees with their "Voices of Peace" concert series.
New police footage shows aftermath of 'Rust' shooting
Law enforcement officials have released a series of video clips from the aftermath of the fatal October shooting of Halyna Hutchins by actor and producer Alec Baldwin on the set of his new film 'Rust'