The Panza collection is one of Europe's most important post-war treasure troves of art, and American artist Robert Wilson has been called in to light the pieces in a show at the collection's home, the
Locals and tourists braved below freezing temperatures to take part in South Korea’s Sancheoneo ice fishing festival on Saturday (January 14).
With an air of Las Vegas glamour, thousands of people took to the streets of the rural Australian town of Parkes on Saturday (January 14) to honour entertainer Elvis Presley in the town’s 25th annual
British artist Jason DeCaires Taylor has created what is the first underwater museum in Europe.
We take a look at the contrasting visions of 2017 from Arnold Schwarzenegger's "The Running Man" and Soviet Film strip, "In the year 2017". One portrays a capitalist dystopia, the other a communist ut
The unusual story of a love between a painter and her muse that transcends gender boundaries is also the subtitle of the current exhibition ‘Gerda Wegener’, presented by the Danish Art Museum Arken ne
Too many actors, musicians and writers died in 2016. We remember those who inspired and challenged us but whose muse has been sadly silenced.
The re-birth of painting Painters’ Painters :Artists of today who inspire artists of tomorrow, features the work of nine present-day painters.
From actors and writers to musicians, the close of the year is a time to remember those who inspired and challenged us but whose muse has been silenced.
Final preparations are underway for the Fête des Lumières, which begins tonight (December 8) after a one-year break.
Milan’s La Scala opera house has opened its new season with the original more brutal version of Puccini’s “Madame Butterfly”.
The European Oscars Captured on camera for acting in front of the camera – stars of the European silver screen.
Paintings banned by authorities in Soviet times were saved in a secret collection in Karakalpakstan
Marie Curie turned the male-dominated world of science research on its head and courted controversy as she challenged France’s academic establishment.
Festival of European Cinema Winter sunshine and a light shining on the European cinema.
It is a little bit of cinema and a little bit of rock and roll.
It is a tale of faith under torture, of two Jesuit missionaries journeying to Japan in the seventeenth century in search of their missing mentor.
Belgian beer, Cuban rumba dancing and traditional New Year celebrations in several countries all make it onto UNESCO’s latest list of heritage worthy of…
It costs 90 cents to send a postcard from Germany to Syria, and Zero Ninety is a chance for Berliners a chance to buy postcards from artists and refugees at silent auction
The Thessaloniki film festival has again come up trumps with a rich seam of first films and strong offerings from new names and festival regulars.