A British tabloid slapped a wig on a head of lettuce and launched a contest to see who would last longer — Truss or the leafy vegetable. The lettuce prevailed.
Students have been involved in a tuition strike in response to the school’s “compulsory redundancies” plan.
The disgraced family’s name will remain on the museum’s benefactors’ board and its Great Court donor list.
The elaborate mosaic is the largest discovered in London in half a century.
Critics have long called for the mural, which depicts bound Black enslaved people, to be removed from the museum’s former restaurant.
Workers across all departments are being encouraged to accept voluntary redundancies, including offers for early retirement, reduced working hours, or a career break.
British artists Anish Kapoor, Lubaina Himid, and Michael Landy are offering prints to help keep the country’s museums afloat during the pandemic as part of an Art Fund initiative.
The tunnel will expand the nearby single-lane road to aid traffic, but critics say the project could put the prehistoric site at risk.
Banksy’s “Show Me The Monet” (2005), a riff on Monet’s paintings of his Japanese bridge in Giverny, has achieved the second-highest price ever paid for a work by the street artist.
The painting of Trump ominously descending an escalator on the day he announced his presidential campaign was sold by Phillips in London today.
Members of a Pan-African group stood trial in Paris on charges of attempted theft for an action staged at the city’s Quai Branly Museum.
The European Union Intellectual Property Office ruled that the street artist, who remains anonymous, could not be identified as the unquestionable owner of his “Flower Thrower” stencil.