The protesters also targeted the British government’s controversial plan to build a road near the Stonehenge site.
UNESCO recently put further pressure on the UK government to address concerns about the controversial plan.
The tunnel will expand the nearby single-lane road to aid traffic, but critics say the project could put the prehistoric site at risk.
DJ Paul Oakenfold set to become the first-ever artist to perform at the historic site in England.
On this week’s art crime blotter: an SFMOMA café started selling half-baked copies of art-themed desserts, torch-carrying protesters raided Stonehenge, and cops got in trouble for a making a sand sculpture of a nude murder victim.
On this week’s art crime blotter: people pillaged stones from the quarry where Stonehenge’s giant rocks were sourced, the certificate of authenticity of a Lee Ufan painting recently sold at auction was found to be fake, and a curator bit a fellow passenger on an airplane.
MEXICO CITY — Although presented as a series of discrete events across time, history is written every day through humanity’s incessant production of time-sensitive ephemera that define the aesthetics, sounds, and languages of our epoch.
Archaeologists in the United Kingdom have discovered an enormous stone formation just a mile from Stonehenge that makes the famous circle of sandstone slabs seem puny by comparison.
A massive experiment in virtual archeology has led to the mapping of 3,000 acres around Stonehenge, and with it the discovery of a host of new information about the area, including over a dozen previously unknown monuments, National Geographic reported.