At the Minnesota State Fair, some crop artists promoted timely political messages with corn, quinoa, and flax seeds.
Al-Hadid’s new mosaic features the famed clock that hung at the entrance of the original station until the building was demolished in the 1960s.
The discovery marks the first major archaeological discovery since the beginning of Syria’s civil war.
Salman al-Nabahin from Gaza’s Bureij refugee camp wanted to plant new olive trees but something underneath the soil stood in his way.
An art attorney contacted the FBI on behalf of an anonymous client who was in possession of a mosaic of Medusa.
The elaborate mosaic is the largest discovered in London in half a century.
Focused on mosaics, the only technique whose color doesn’t fade over time, Colors of the Romans helps audiences look at the ancient society as those living then would have seen it.
The Getty Conservation Institute has undertaken numerous mosaic reburials in Tunisia, Lebanon, and Cyprus over the years.
A site in Israel continues to turn up stunning polychromatic mosaics from the late Roman empire that challenge current notions of ancient Jewish aesthetics and the art of depicting scripture.
In the 1960s museum officials buried the mosaics as a mysterious storage solution that puzzles staff to this day.
Often unremarked or dismissed as state propaganda, Ukraine’s Soviet-era mosaics are also artworks in themselves that speak to a complex history.
The Onassis Cultural Center NY is showcasing four decades of archaeological findings from Dion, the ancient Greek village that tried to get as close to the gods as possible by building shrines and structures on the slopes of Mount Olympus.