Long lost masterpiece discovered in French attic: A painting by Ingres has been found by chance, depicting a kneeling king in front of the Madonna and child.
Kiev Biennale finds new venue and international support: Curators have insisted the second edition of the event will go ahead, despite conflict in eastern Ukraine.
(The Art Newspaper)
Ai Weiwei exhibits at Alcatraz: The artist’s latest work has brought a new dimension to the world-renowned tourist attraction in San Francisco bay.
(Los Angeles Times)
Edward Hopper’s Two Puritans to be auctioned in May: Widely thought to be an intimate double portrait of the artist and his wife, the painting is to feature in Christie’s American Art Sales.
Kara Walker and Henri Matisse amongst AICA award winners: America’s top critics have cast their judgement on this year’s best exhibitions.
A Jackson Pollock masterpiece: The curator of a new exhibition on the artist’s colossal 1943 Mural, on display at Venice’s Peggy Guggenheim Collection.
How extensive is Nepal’s cultural damage?: The devastating earthquake has prompted concerns for the architectural and artistic heritage of Kathmandu’s Valley towns.
Le Corbusier, the man, modernist and nudist: A photographic tribute to the man credited with redefining architecture for the 20th century
Artist jailed for dyeing geyser pink: Danish-Chilean artist Marco Evaristti was arrested in Iceland after locals spotted plumes of bright pink water and steam
Creativity in Conflict: An interview with Tamara Chalabi, who commissioned the Iraq pavilion at the Venice Biennale
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