Yemen's museums, the richest in the Arabian peninsula, are a reminder of the toll that war has taken on the country's cultural heritage, often eclipsed by civilian casualties and the dire humanitarian situation
The musical parade was aimed at encouraging Hungarians to start returning to live performances in concert halls as the pandemic wanes, after more than a year in which people were homebound and forced to take in their culture online
"Music is the greatest wealth that I inherited from my forefathers; one that I am constantly sharing," said the sarod virtuoso, who recently collaborated with maestro Joe Walsh for a three-song EP titled 'Prayers'
The museum opened in 1997 with 40 O’Keeffe paintings. It obtained additional paintings in 2006 from the Georgia O’Keeffe Foundation
Producers of “Immersive Van Gogh” have tapped Tony- and Emmy Award-winning set designer David Korins for creative help after they secured a jaw-dropping 70,000-square-foot venue for their exhibit in lower Manhattan, easily the biggest space the exhibit has landed.
The Blind Rabbit is a fascinating critique of power, uncovering its workings by laying bare its machinery. It shows that much like history, power repeats itself.
Sam Durant, the artist behind the fiberglass "Untitled (drone)," said the work was designed to "remind the public that drones and surveillance are a tragic and pervasive presence in the daily lives of many living outside - and within - the United States."
According to AstaGuru, modern Indian art remains the proverbial jewel in the crown for art collectors with consistent demand for works by masters. The artworks curated in this auction take one through the realms of each of the masters' individual artistic journeys.
The Royal Collection Trust announced two exhibitions, which will mark significant events and achievements throughout Prince Philip's life
The smaller replica was designed in 1878 by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi, the same sculptor who - with help from engineer Gustave Eiffel - created the larger version now in New York
Centre Pompidou x Jersey City scheduled to open in 2024 would be the French museum's first venture in North America
In Bela, Prantik Basu documents Members of the Manbhum Sramjibi Chhau Nritya Dal with a lived-in familiarity
In a statement, Pattnaik said he created an 8 foot by 13 foot sculpture with seven tonnes of sand
The love of Romeo and Juliet to be played under new footlights in Ukraine
A website that maps slum evictions and resettlement colonies questions the imagination of a city
On June 3, a Google search result showed that Kannada is the "ugliest language in India". Screenshots began to be shared on social media, which mortified and enraged people
Earlier, he also exhibited another invisible sculpture titled Buddha in Contemplation, at the Piazza Della Scala in Milan, demarcated by a square of tape on a cobble-stoned walkaway
"Natively Digital: A Curated NFT Sale" will run from June 3-10. It features work by 27 digital artists, including "Quantum" by Kevin McCoy, a simple geometric animation which Sotheby's says is the first known NFT, created in May 2014.
"Today is the day that they are finally returned to their home country and displayed here," Thai culture minister Itthiphol Kunplome said at the Bangkok ceremony
The artist explained the "mass howl" was intended to symbolise the "end of wildness in England"
Pages containing Isaac Newton's jotted revisions to his masterwork, the "Principia," are expected to sell next month for between 600,000 pounds and 900,000 pounds (USD 850,000 and USD 1.3 million), auctioneer Christie's said Tuesday
The postal service calls them “Equality Stamps” and introduced them on the anniversary of George Floyd being killed by a police officer in Minneapolis.
Friends: The Reunion: The carefully curated format -- a hybrid of recollection and preservation -- features people around the world professing their love for the sitcom with reasons
The exhibition is made up of 10 sections, including "The Persian Empire", spanning the Achaemenid period, "Change of Faith", which focuses on the role of Islam in Iranian culture and "Literary Excellence" looking at Persian poetry
Born in 1858, Begum Sultan Jahan ascended the throne in 1901. While she was the fourth female ruler of Bhopal, she is credited with many firsts. She was known for ruling in the present with her eyes set on the future. Her progressive policies for women, at a time when they were shackled by the forces of patriarchy, have made her a feminist icon even today