Antoine de Saint-Exupéry wrote and illustrated much of the beloved novella while living in the city in the 1940s
Gallery officials say they are stumped as to why the 250-pound artwork was targeted
"Stop Making Sense," known as one of the greatest movies of its kind, returns to the big screen
The revitalized space will feature a museum and contemporary art in addition to traditional bathing
Designed by artist Kerry James Marshall, the panels replace windows depicting Confederate Generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson
"Susanna and the Elders" was misattributed for some 200 years, first to a male artist and then to the "French School"
The two pieces, which date back to the third millennium B.C.E., will remain in New York for now
A court ordered Jens Haaning to return the money from his "Take the Money and Run" stunt
A new exhibition investigates the Bloomsbury Group's relationship with clothing, accessories and sartorial social norms
"Invisible Beauty" explores the fashion trailblazer's work as a model, agent and activist
Zeng Yuxuan, 23, was sentenced to six months in prison on charges of sedition
The institution will also repatriate two additional looted items discovered during investigations
Priced at nearly $10 million, "A Walk in the Woods" was the subject of the artist's 1983 television premiere
Located on an empty lot, the immersive art show has a simple message: "Give it back"
Staff remain hopeful that members of the threatened species will be back in Washington in the near future
The painting scandalized 19th-century viewers and heralded the dawn of modern art
The agency has been trying to protect Ukraine's historic sites since the beginning of the war with Russia
The 20-inch miniature is going to auction, where bidding starts at $200,000
The prestigious awards will soon be open to permanent residents and those who call the U.S. their "longtime primary home"
The red jumper’s design came to symbolize the princess' relationship with the royal family
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