Western media stories about cultural heritage destruction have recently focused on places like Syria, Iraq, and Libya.
Martin Shkreli didn’t have long to enjoy his new $2 million Wu-Tang Clan album — if he ever listened to it at all.
Congress will vote on a new tax and spending bill Friday, and in case you wondered, not a dime of the $1.14 trillion dollar package will go to oil portraits.
Chances are you’ve never heard of Milly Steger.
Nudity in art has been around for thousands of years, but Facebook still can’t take it.
Seven crude semicircles scratched into the surface of an ancient stone slab may not make much of an impression on modern-day viewers.
Many artists have suffered the indignity of having their work ripped off by one big company or other. But few have experienced the particular pain, as Brian McCarty has, of having their art illegally appropriated by ISIS.
Leave it to Mattel, the maker of the Barbie doll, to fulfill Andy Warhol’s famous wish to be plastic.
It includes a 14-face die carved from an animal tooth, 21 rectangular game pieces featuring painted numbers, and a broken tile that once made up part of the game board.
This week, France announced two plans to fight back against ISIS’s cultural destruction. French culture minister Fleur Pellerin unveiled a $6 million fund that will help France’s cultural institutions recover from the recent attack.
The smiling poop emoji is just five years old, but it has already infiltrated American culture, inspiring everything from halloween costumes to nail decals.
Imagine never being able to see the Mona Lisa, much less understand what people mean when they talk about her enigmatic smile.