For decades, New York University has waged architectural war on Greenwich Village and even the announced departure of President John Sexton in 2016 seems unlikely to stop its overweening expansion plan.
A shadow creeps across the barrel- shaped ceiling of an entrance porch at the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas.
Kate Orff wants to grow oysters in New York’s Jamaica Bay. Not for you to eat, but to save the shore from mighty storms.
Four king-size fish lamps glow softly on a back wall of London’s Gagosian Gallery.
The German government said some 590 artworks discovered in a Munich apartment may have been looted by the Nazis from Jewish collections and pledged to research and publish their ownership history.
John Tavener, a U.K. composer known for works such as “Song for Athene,” played at the funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales, died today at the age of 69.
A 1957 Patek Philippe pink-gold watch that adjusts for leap years and is one of six of its kind known to exist sold for $2.2 million at a Christie’s International auction in Geneva.
It took less than two minutes. With that much time to fill in a BBC Radio show, the Beatles crashed out a direct-to-air version of “I’m Talking About You.”
Hip-hop and fashion mogul Russell Simmons has a musical message for those in the Middle East conflict: “Bury the beef.”
Emmanuel Perrotin remembers the moment his art-dealing business changed forever.
"There are no good' real' targets that we could blow up that would materially affect the Syrian regime's ability to gas its people."
- James Russell on Aug 27, 2013