Finnair Flies Into A Plagiarism Scandal
June 03 2013 5:50 AM EDT
The artwork on a Marimekko-designed airplane for Finnair was found to be plagiarized from a 1963 piece of Ukrainian folk art.
Henry VIII’s Prize Warship Goes On Display
May 31 2013 11:39 PM EDT
Thirty years after it was plucked from the sea, Henry VIII's prized warship, Mary Rose, will go on display at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.
Chinese Painter Overtakes Picasso's Earnings Record
May 31 2013 10:40 AM EDT
Move over Picasso. Works by a 20th century Chinese artist have sold for more than your works ever raked in. Lo siento, Pablo.
'Les Miserables' Returns to Broadway's Imperial Theatre
May 30 2013 3:00 PM EDT
The acclaimed musical "Les Misérables" will return to Broadway's Imperial Theatre after 11 years. The musical will open in March 2014.
A Dubai-Style Island Off The Coast Of Barcelona?
May 27 2013 2:52 PM EDT
"Barcelona Island" would be like a slice of Dubai off of Spain -- and that’s exactly why Barcelona leaders are aghast.
Detroit May Sell Its Art Treasures To Pay Down Debt
May 26 2013 10:03 PM EDT
Can public art be considered an “asset” in a bankruptcy filing? That’s the debate brewing over the Detroit Institute of Arts' masterpieces.
Vivid Sydney Lights Up Largest Australian City
May 23 2013 10:28 PM EDT
Vivid Sydney has grown into the biggest festival of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere -- and a key tool in branding Sydney.
Emma Watson Poses Pantless On W Cover
May 16 2013 1:01 PM EDT
Actress Emma Watson poses pantless on the cover of W magazine's latest issue, discussing her desire to remain young and how uncomfortable it feels to be known as on of Hollywood's sexiest young stars.
‘Bea Arthur Naked’: Controversial John Currin Nude Portrait Expecting $2.5M At Christie’s
May 15 2013 2:35 PM EDT
A nude portrait of Bea Arthur is expected to go for millions at a Christie's auction.
Giant Rubber Duck Deflates in Hong Kong Harbour
May 15 2013 11:57 AM EDT
The giant Rubber Duck that debuted in Hong Kong earlier this month has deflated due to due to weather conditions, according to Victoria Harbour officials.
Rachel McAdams Stars In Second Time Traveling Film [VIDEO]
May 15 2013 10:50 AM EDT
Rachel McAdams stars in another time-traveler movie.
Australia’s Capital Commissions $300K Balloon
May 14 2013 7:28 AM EDT
Canberra, Australia, has commissioned a controversial $300,000 hot air balloon known as Skywhale in honor of its centenary.
Chinese Investors Want Vineyards With Their Wine
May 12 2013 10:54 PM EDT
Christie’s auction house will help wealthy Chinese snap up not just a fine bottle of French wine but also the vineyard it came from.
Impressions: May Day In New York's Central Park [PHOTOS]
May 04 2013 3:45 PM EDT
If Claude Monet were around, he would have had a great time doing his Impressionistic, open-air painting thing in Central Park on May Day.
Giant Rubber Duck Invades Hong Kong
May 02 2013 8:27 AM EDT
Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman's 54-foot "Rubber Duck" art display floated into Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour on Thursday.
International Jazz Day 2013 Live Stream
April 30 2013 3:16 PM EDT
Tuesday is International Jazz Day, an event hosted in Istanbul featuring a variety of jazz acts and celebrating the jazz community. Watch the live stream here.
Is Barbie Better Without Makeup?
April 30 2013 3:07 PM EDT
Nickolay Lamm, an artist and researcher from Pittsburgh, published images of Barbie and her cohorts without makeup.
Nude Greek Statues In 'Olympics' Exhibition Spark Decency Debate In Qatar
April 29 2013 12:24 AM EDT
A bridge-building cultural exchange between Greece and Qatar went awry thanks to two "scandalous" Greek statues depicting male nudes.
Biggest In The World! A Look At Global Superlatives In 2013
April 26 2013 5:43 AM EDT
Big is in. Just ask the guys who designed these 14 structures, the largest of their kind in the world.
Will Anne Hathaway Star on Broadway?
April 25 2013 8:49 AM EDT
Rumors that Oscar-winning actress Anne Hathaway will be starring on Broadway were dismissed by her publicist Wednesday.