Officials say 27 museum-goers had to be taken to hospital after the spray went off in the lobby as visitors waiting at elevators.
New Zealander artist George Nuku has presented his latest work as an installation that imagines the state of the world's oceans 100 years in the future where plastics have totally changed the marine environment.
The "Assault Ration Pack" was issued to British and Commonwealth soldiers for the famous Normandy Landings on June 6, 1944.
Police say a woman stole a 1561 Pieter Aertsen oil painting from Museum Huelsmann in Germany.
The idea is that the fans' journey to the Harry Potter exhibition and museum can mirror Harry's ride to Hogwarts.
Nick Longrich, a senior lecturer in evolutionary biology, told Newsweek that largely complete Triceratops specimens are "surprisingly rare."
Queen Elizabeth II's Royal Collection has joined other European institutions in a cultural boycott of Russia after its invasion of Ukraine.
From an art festival at the furthest edge of the world to a new Fellini museum in Italy to a contemporary Indigenous dance tour, culture is live and alive once again.
Newsweek gets an exclusive look at some of the most exciting pieces in the FUTURES exhibit, including some that will be unveiled to the public for the first time, such as Virgin Hyperloop; a model of an Oceanix floating city; and LightSail, a solar-powered spacecraft.
Shanghai's OCAT gallery is under scrutiny after an exhibit was put on display that ranked women from most to least attractive. The artist has been under fire for projects like this in the past.
The story behind Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and how it became a woke museum in one of the reddest states in the USA.
As museums begin to open their doors after months of going dark, here are some of the most innovative and interactive art experiences around the world—from Santa Fe, New Mexico, to Melbourne, Australia.
The historic observatory houses around 50 buildings and several telescopes used by leading astronomers.
After closing their doors for almost six months, some of the world's most famous museums will be opening their doors for visitors, but not without guidelines.
The Museum of Modern Art, New York's beloved museum, has reopened its doors following a $450 million expansion.
The American artist's only extant interior, perhaps the most iconic example of British Aestheticism, is a star attraction at the The Freer Gallery in Washington, D.C.
There's a new crop of museums that have sprung up in the last 10 years that are so good, they rival the old masters like the Louvre.
The greatest automobiles in movie history are parked side by side for "Hollywood Dream Machines: Vehicles of Science Fiction and Fantasy."
As we approach Pride and the 50th anniversary of Stonewall, New York City is home to an array of exhibitions exploring queer art, history and culture.
Horror fans are flocking to L.A.'s 'I Like Scary Movies' to snap Instagrams inside the Overlook Hotel and Freddy Krueger's boiler room.