The mural will be the largest ever pained in downtown Cincinnati and the piece will be created by the renowned Brazilian street artist in August, 2016.
The artist-illustrator of The Tale of Peter Rabbit will have some never-seen-before artwork on display in Melford Hall.
Australia comes a close third out of a total of 343 projects and 58 countries.
The late American artist is welcomed back to London in a new exhibition.
The paintings were purchased from the Rothschild family for €160 million, and will be on public display in France and the Netherlands.
In a make-over of historical proportions, the ancient site gets an update thanks to a generous fashion house.
One of the world’s leading collectors of Chinese art, Belgian billionaire Guy Ullens, is to give up his Beijing museum and sell his private collection.
The fair will commemorate the architect’s artistic contributions with the exhibition of her lesser-known works.
The Indonesian artist is the lateset to benefit from this year’s Getty Research Institute Scholar Program.
In spite of economic woes today, a Sotheby’s auction shows the market’s far from dead.
The giant of Swiss watchmaking believes in passing on the world’s artistic gifts from one generation to the next.
The popular art fair in London reveals the artist exhibitions and events lined up this year.
The annual Arita Porcelain Fair arrives in the hotel once again, showcasing the best of the style.
Chirac’s fight for greater artistic representation is celebrated despite initial disapproval.
Honoring the legacy of the famous Hollywood actress, an exhibit of photographs will be displayed at the Fotografiska in Stockholm
Budding and established artists should gather their paintbrushes for the annual competition is now open.
A print by one of the prominent artists of the ukiyo-e genre fetches a new record in Paris.
A new exhibition focusing on the rebellious literary movement opens at the Centre Pompidou in France.
Art imitates life with the works of Indonesian artist who explores “The age of craziness”.
The massive yellow water walkway conceived by artist Christo and his late wife Jeanne-Claude has finally opened to the public.