In brief

Works by Picasso, Le Corbusier, and Alvar Aalto from the Collection of Famed Sydney Opera House Architect Jørn Utzon To Go under the Hammer in Copenhagen


Can a Hole Be Art? A German Court Says No


Stolen Artifacts Returned to New Zealand Museum in Peculiar Theft

Are These Convicted Russian Twerkers the Next Pussy Riot?

A still from the offending twerk video that landed three Russian women in jail.

Riverdance King Michael Flatley Crowned One of Ireland's Most Expensive Painters

Wanksy's Penis Paintings Point Out Potholes

Wanksy points out a pothole. Photo: Wanksy.

Rachel Kushner and Michael Ondaatje Protest Charlie Hebdo PEN Award

The cover of the new issue of Charlie HebdoPhoto: Charlie Hebdo/EPA via The Guardian

Empire State Building Will Glow With Works of Andy Warhol and Georgia O'Keeffe

Alleged Rapist Sues Columbia and Artist for Discrimination Over Emma Sulkowicz's Mattress Performance

Columbia University's Low Memorial Library. Photo Wally Gobetz.

Larry Gagosian Has $925 Million Worldwide Revenue And Plans New Los Angeles Gallery

Moderna Museet Acquires Important Marcel Duchamp Archive Compiled by Ulf Linde

Marcel Duchamp and Ulf Linde in 1961Photo: © Photo: Lütfi Özkök via Moderna Museet

Tracey Emin Finds a Kindred Spirit in Egon Schiele


Would You Shell Out $70,000 for This Massive Egg?


Street Artist Paints Massive Error Message In Google Protest

MTO, We Live on Google Earth, painted for the Memorie Urbane 2015 Street Art Festival in Gaeta, Italy. Photo: MTO.

Art Basel Plans Rirkrit Tiravanija Art Installation

Rirkrit Tiravanija, Nikolaus Hirsch, Michel Müller, and Antto Melasniemi, Do We Dream Under the Same Sky (rendering). Photo: courtesy the artists.

Kenya Disowns Controversial Venice Biennale Pavilion

Michael Soi, The shame in Venice 2 (2015)Photo via: Facebook

Corrupt Urbanization Threatens Ancient City of Aleppo


LA's Historic Bates Motel Transformed Into Ghostly Public Art Installation

Matthias Schaller Reveals the Striking Palettes of Legendary Artists


Long-Lost Masterpiece by Ingres Discovered in Hospital Attic in France

The found painting is thought to be the second version of Ingres’s Le Vœu de Louis XIII (The vow of Louis XIII, 1824)

Stefano Tonchi and Beth Rudin DeWoody Fête Max Mara's New Whitney Museum Bag

Christo Will Let You Walk On Water in Italy

£500,000 Worth of Art from the"Castle of Spite" Will Be Sold to Finance Youth Hostels

Screen Tests of Andy Warhol's Brightest Stars Are Coming to Times Square in May

"Most Chic Man" Hamid Karzai Donates Signature Cloak to British Museum