The 250-pound bronze sculpture was taken from Barakat Gallery’s outdoor space in West Hollywood.
Locals expressed anger and sadness over the city’s decision to remove the Temple Bell less than a month after its creator architect Raymond Moriyama’s death.
The idea for the Perelman Center was conceived in 2003 as a way to revitalize the neighborhood in the wake of the 9/11 attacks.
“Susanna and the Elders” (c. 1638–39) had been misattributed and stowed away in rough condition at the Hampton Court Palace in Surrey.
The marine mammal has emerged as a symbol of the capitalism-driven destruction of the planet, with protesters “orcanizing” for Climate Week actions.
A proposed plan to expand the train station and “revitalize” the Midtown area would evict hundreds of residents, activists say.
Seven Egon Schiele works that belonged to Austrian-Jewish cabaret performer Fritz Grünbaum were handed back to his heirs.
Marking the 80th anniversary of Antoine de Saint Exupéry’s book, a bronze statue of the beloved traveler can now be seen on Fifth Avenue.
The discovery dating back to the Iron Age indicates that children may have worked in the present-day Austrian region’s salt mines.
Xaviera Simmons’s walled display structure, conceived for her solo show at the museum, was painted pink and used in another exhibition.
Though her iconic “Black Sheep” sweater fetched over $1M last week, it’s far from the only piece worn by the princess to eclipse auction estimates.
Craig Milne reportedly smashed the windows of Seattle’s Wing Luke Museum with a sledgehammer and was heard making racially biased statements.