NYC's SVA is defending its students’ free-speech rights following a backlash over a photo called “Dolphin Rape Cave.”
A Los Angeles artist will publicly display the leaked nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton as part of a "Fear Google" campaign.
Once thought of as a group of people with limited artistic history, Neanderthal intellectual ability is now being questioned.
New York’s swanky art world loves free labor. Why do job boards like New York Foundation for the Arts enable it?
Barack Obama Mocked In Racist Laser Show: 'Happy Birthday' Message Projected Onto US Embassy In Moscow [VIDEO]
A Russian activist group mocked Barack Obama with a projection in which the president swallowed a banana.
Poppies abound at commemorations marking the start of WWI on Aug. 4, 1914.
Peru experts are expecting that the auction could raise at least $1 million from the sale of about 150 items.
The piano will be one of the highlights of 30 items from the classic World War II drama put up for sale by a private collector.
Henri Matisse's 1925 painting, which depicts a topless woman sitting in front of a wall, is reportedly worth $3 million.
A Rembrandt self-portrait has been declared an original work of the 17th-century painter.
Italian-born designer Massimo Vignelli, famous for redesigning the New York City subway map, died Tuesday in his Manhattan home. He was 83.
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Christie’s Post-War And Contemporary Art Sale In New York Brings In Record $745M In A Single Day; Barnett Newman's Abstract Painting Sells For $84.1M
The two-day sale brought in $879.5 million, the highest total in art-market history.
Depsite Lukewarm Response From Auction Goers, Claude Monet’s 'Nympheas' Sold At Christie's In New York For $27 Million
The Christie's auction of impressionist and modern paintings started strong, but major works brought millions less than projected.
The village of Dafen produces more than 100,000 copycat paintings each year.
New artwork belonging to pop artist Andy Warhol was found on floppy disks from 1985 thanks to a project led by Carnegie Mellon University's computer club.
Pei-Shen Qian claimed that he was “unfamiliar with the names” of the artists whose signatures he allegedly forged on paintings.
In his two most recent pieces, Banksy comments on government surveillance and our increasingly technology-dependent lives.
China Shows Off Economic And Political Prowess By Offering To Buy Back Its Lost Art From A Bankrupt American City
For Chinese investors, items in the Detroit Institute of Arts collection would be a point of national pride, not just portfolio pieces.
Ming Dynasty ‘Chicken Cup’ Sold For Record $36M To Shanghai Collector At Sotheby's Auction In Hong Kong
The "chicken cup," which was sold to Shanghai collector, Liu Yiqian, would likely go on display in his Long Museum in Shanghai.
Shigeru Ban, Japanese Disaster-Response Architect, Wins 2014 Pritzker Architecture Prize For His Modernist Designs And Humanitarian Work
The architect is known for designing low-cost recyclable buildings for disaster victims using unconventional material.
Animatronic Doll Performs ‘Disturbing’ Dance At NY Art Gallery, Gazes At Visitors While Gyrating Like Lady Gaga [VIDEO]
An animatronic doll created by artist Jordan Wolfson has amassed a viral following.
The World Photography Organization announced the winners of the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards. Take a look at the winning shots here.
Italian Government Outraged Over Advertisement By American Small Arms Company Featuring Michelangelo’s David
Michelangelo’s David, at the Accademia museum in Florence, is considered a masterpiece of the Renaissance and was created in the early 1500s.
Almost 100 works of art have been stolen from Havana's Art Museum. The FBI investigates, but mystery remains deep.
Gather all your feathers, strap on your samba outfit and prepare to earn some beads. Carnival season has arrived!