An original watercolor from the beloved children’s book sells for $148,000 at auction.
The returned art piece marks the fifth of 25 missing works stolen a decade ago.
What goes into the art and decor of some of the most famous rooms in US diplomacy?
A new building in Moscow aims to celebrate the lesser known legacy of Russian Impressionism.
Here’s what you should look out for at one of the year’s most anticipated art events, happening June 16 – 19.
We sat down with Singapore’s most prolific contemporary artist to find out more about him and his work at the Sydney Biennale 2016.
A new exhibit in Venice explores the designer’s relationship with literature and her classical interests.
Artnet News surveys the highest auctions by female artists out there.
This exhibition features Singapore artist Donna Ong’s selection of lithographic reproductions, juxtaposed against the watercolor works of Charles Dyce.
In view of the ruin of countless historical landmarks, Rome aims for a restoration.
We explore how to invest in art with passion, vision and a healthy dose of rational research.
For the first time in 50 years, Guggenheim will run an exhibit on the technology-focused artist and his influence.
Art Republik learns to kick back and enjoy the simple things in life with Chang Fee Ming.
Art Republik discovers the gentle beauty of the Japanese artist.
New York-based artist and photographer Cindy Sherman has her first major Australian solo exhibition in more than 15 years, opening May 28
The Vietnamese-born French artist confronts taboo issues such as child welfare and rights with his creations.
Art collectors and enthusiasts will revel in the showcase of works by both local and internationally acclaimed artists.
The eclectic artist reinvents the iconic bags by weaving commonplace objects into his work.
We look at a century of influence by the art movement with a traveling multimedia installation called ‘Dada on Tour’.
An exhibition of the famous artist is set to run in England, focusing on one of his horrifying motifs.