The K-pop sensation's global art project concludes in New York City with an installation by the acclaimed British artist.
Kanye West has revealed details of his first-ever opera, premiering this month, following the release of his chart-topping latest album.
Lara Spencer addresses remarks on Prince George's ballet lessons, writing "My sincere apologies for an insensitive comment I made in pop news yesterday."
A fellow Kennedy Center honoree, Gloria Estefan, will attend so she can tell Trump what she thinks about immigrants.
Over-the-air transmission of audio and pictures is headed for extinction, because in a fully wired world, there is no need for it.
The Italian director discusses his passion for an art form that he sees not as an elitist luxury but as a human necessity.
The Peabody Essex Museum wants to use brain science to help offer transformative experiences for its visitors.
With the Smithsonian's pair undergoing conservation and others in storage, fans of the 1939 film will just have to wait to see Dorothy's pumps.
London Craft Week, from May 3 to 7, highlights artisans' high-end, handcrafted creations.
In a collaboration with Ars Electronica, the space agency will host an arts and science residency.
Street artists, including Sam Durant, JR, Swoon and MOMO, contributed to the Mural Arts exhibit.
MoMA and the Norton Simon are among the galleries under suspicion.
VIDA, a volunteer organization, annually tracks the state of gender disparity in the literary world.
Gates Foundation recruits Pulitzer-winning writer, Academy Award-winning filmmaker and others for vaccination campaign.
The former New York mayor's foundation will fund art to bring visitors, engagement, and public-private partnerships to American cities