Beginning with "The Death of Marat," four Connecticut roommates are recreating famous works of art while in coronavirus pandemic isolation, inspiring ad hoc recreations around the country.
Yes, you read that correctly: John Oliver is looking to spice up his coronavirus isolation with some rat erotica.
The anonymous artist posted two images of the new piece on his official Instagram account at around midnight on Valentine's Day.
The painting was only authenticated in the 1960s and was last sold for $1.7 million in 2001.
A critic at Mexico City's Zona Maco art fair set a soda can down on a sculpture made of glass and found objects--only for the $19,000 artwork to fall to the ground and shatter.
The K-pop sensation's global art project concludes in New York City with an installation by the acclaimed British artist.
'Jacob's Ladder' was stolen in 1996 and later turned up in in the safe of a elderly Jerusalem woman after her 2015 passing.
Artist Jon McNaughton—famous for his Trump portraits—released a painting of Sean Hannity as Paul Revere riding away from the U.S. Capitol building engulfed in flames.
The K-pop boy band has curated a series of art exhibitions to be showcased in five different cities: London, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Seoul and New York.
The smallest of the statues measures less than one millimeter in height.
Cultural activities help to get people moving and combats loneliness, the authors said.
British eco-artist Jason deCaires Taylor creates eerie undersea worlds that blend sculpture and marine life, creating havens for coral to regenerate and new ecosystems to thrive.
The Tampa Bay Police Department shared a picture of the "one of a kind" piece on their Facebook page and said it had an asking price of $200,000.
Miami Beach Police said they arrested Roderick Webber after he allegedly vandalized a wall at Art Basel Miami using red lipstick.
Artist David Datuna ate a banana that was part of a work by Maurizio Cattelan at Art Basel Miami. A visitor handed gallery owner Emmanuel Perrotin a new banana to cheer him up.
One of New York's most storied landmarks, the Chelsea was once home to such cultural icons as Arthur Miller, Jackson Pollock, Janis Joplin, Patti Smith and Andy Warhol.
With Art Basel luring in international crowds year-after-year and new museums and hotels on the horizon that go beyond the South Beach party scene, Miami has secured its place as a cultural hub and an epicenter for the arts.
In the countdown to its 300-year-anniversary, Ruinart is adding a modern spin to its 800-year-old chalk cellars.
A former employee of Picasso was convicted of stealing 271 pieces of work from the artist and hoarding them in his garage for 40 years.
In a spread for Paper Magazine, members of chart-topping group BTS appear in nine pictures designed by artist Lisa Frank, styled in clothes and accessories from fashion powerhouse Louis Vuitton.
The painting, by American artist Gari Melchers, was stolen by Nazis in 1933.
On the next sunny day, forget the stuffy museums and take a stroll through these open-air galleries.
The Getty fire was already on the fringes of the Getty Center's property but an official told Newsweek the Center was designed with natural disasters in mind.
A painting from the 13th century fetched $20 million more than expected at auction.
The Museum of Modern Art, New York's beloved museum, has reopened its doors following a $450 million expansion.
In a viral clip, Lady Gaga is seen dancing with a fan who picks her up, causing them to both tumble off the stage.
Until now, all that could be made of the woman was the faintest trace of her outline. However, by using a neural network, computer scientists were able to bring the painting back to life.