The artist, who died this month at age 60, sought to emphasize condemned prisoners' humanity
A new exhibition unites 17th-century artifacts with contemporary artists' responses to the mass hysteria event
See stunning photos of new contemporary art installations at the historic Egyptian plateau, including an illusion by street artist JR
The Swedish Modernist created innovative, genre-defying abstract art inspired by science, mysticism and her own encounters with the spiritual world
Revelers in Ireland transformed the root vegetables into lanterns designed to ward off dark spirits
A new exhibition highlights the dazzling breadth of the 20th-century painter, sculptor and photographer's oeuvre
An exhibition at the J. Paul Getty Museum features some of the painter's most famous portraits of power players in Henry VIII's court
A Minnesota museum's third annual contest invites the public to vote on which of nine antique toys is the most unsettling
A new book by scholar Mary Wellesley spotlights the anonymous artisans behind Europe's richly illuminated volumes
Readers in the U.S. can borrow 50 titles, including collections of poems by Gwendolyn Brooks and Langston Hughes and a sci-fi novel by Octavia Butler
Scholars have yet to identify the young boy, but new research offers insights on his age and likely background
Ancient poop from salt mines in the Alps contained the same fungi used in brewing and cheesemaking today
"Wrapped in bubble wrap" and forgotten, the artwork had collected dust in one of Weston Hall's nine attics for decades
She spent nearly 40 years at the company, reviewing animations and planning camera angles for classics like "Snow White" and "Dumbo"
The sign identifies the 19th-century statesman as a "committed British colonialist"
Viewers can explore the works, newly restored to lush greens, blues, pinks and golds, through a Google Arts and Culture hub
The Zanzibar-born author of ten novels tells richly detailed stories about people living "in the gulf between cultures and continents"
An exhibition at the Van Gogh Museum spotlights the artist’s dynamic depiction of peasant life—a painting that critics hated and he loved
Built in 1907, the structure—expected to sell for between $54,000 and $81,000—is newly rebuilt and restored
One of the iconic Pop Artist's "oxidation" paintings, the work will go up for auction at Christie's next month