Archeologists excavating in Nijmegen, the Netherland’s oldest city, found the bowl in pristine condition.
In 1715, the colossal painting was trimmed from all four sides, and the removed pieces were later lost.
The carriage has been the subject of controversy because of a triptych on its sides, “Homage of the Colonies,” which depicts South Asian and African people kneeling before a white woman seated on a throne.
Directors Lav Diaz, Mattie Do, and Minh Quý Truong have built off Hollywood’s tropes in unexpected ways in their science fiction films.
A program of shorts and features organized by Beth B for the International Film Festival Rotterdam examines issues of conformity among women, challenges gender stereotypes, and advocates for female agency.
With her project, The Passport, Thana Faroq documents the lives not just of stateless individuals, but also her own escaping conflict and later settling abroad.
A newly released app called Rembrandt Reality allows the user to enter and wander through the Rembrandt painting “The Anatomy Lesson of Dr Nicolaes Tulp.”
The work of cut paper by Georgia Russell might be a vision of what I fish would see as it lies gasping for breath in the bottom of a net.
Imperceptible in the light, only when illuminated by flame in the dark is a 19th-century lithophane image revealed.
In advance of soccer teams Feyenoord and AS Roma facing off again tonight, the Dutch Senate has said that its government should pay for the restoration of the Bernini fountain damaged by Feyenoord fans in Rome last week.