An unusual exhibition in draws a line between work being made in the heyday of Nasser’s Egypt and today.
The Getty Conservation Institute and the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities have completed a nearly decade-long restoration project of the 3,000-year-old tomb.
In a photoshoot in front of the Egyptian pyramids, Melania Trump reminds us that fashion is political.
The sphinx, a human-lion hybrid from around 380 BCE, was discovered on a construction site in Luxor.
If an award-winning curator with the backing of Microsoft can’t gain access to the UK for an academic conference, then who can?
An exhibition at the Atkinson Art Gallery and Library sheds light on the somewhat mysterious 19th-century scholar and collector Anne Goodison.
The first human-made blue pigment emerged in ancient Egypt, then disappeared for centuries until it was rediscovered in Pompeii.
WASHINGTON, DC — In 2011, the Egyptian-Lebanese artist Lara Baladi began her ongoing project Vox Populi, Archiving a Revolution in the Digital Age, her attempt to archive the flood of documentation that emerged out of the events of Tahrir Square and its aftermath.
An over-5,000-year-old linen dress was recently confirmed as the world’s oldest woven garment.
Over 50 examples of textile garments and furnishings are on view in Designing Identity: The Power of Textiles in Late Antiquity at New York University’s Institute for the Study of the Ancient World.
Two guards at the Dayr al-Barsha archaeological site in Middle Egypt were killed by looters during a foiled robbery this weekend.
We recognize the Temple of Dendur today as a monochromatic sandstone structure, but its walls, like those of most ancient Egyptian temples, were originally painted bright colors.