Lifeboat sculptures, crafted by Norwegian artist, Marit Benthe Norheim are one of the highlights of the cultural programme of the Danish city of Aarhus, which is this year one of the European Capitals
‘Thick Time’ is the title of a new exhibition of the works of William Kentridge.
Photo Pictures which have been re-staged by film photographers for the stills camera on a film set are on show at an exhibition at the Albertina Museum in…
A new exhibit at London’s Science Museum traces five-hundred years of robotic development, from early clockwork-automation – such as the impressive Silver Swann from 1773- to interactive…
It is the fastest-selling exhibition in the history of Britain’s Tate Gallery.
Eerily life-like sculptures on display at a new art exhibition will leave visitors doing a double-take.
Aussie impressionists Impressionism is not the preserve of the French or indeed Europeans.
An exhibition in Dubai portrays the ancient and enduring ties between the Arab and African worlds. How their cultures inspired and transformed one
The first exhibition to explore the history of the selfie opens at a London art venue this spring.
The Art of Gesture in London The 40-year-old London International Mime Festival is the longest running of its kind.
A new spectacular and unique exhibition has opened at Millenaris Park in Budapest.
This is Magritte In Paris the Pompidou Centre is staging an exhibition of the works of Belgian artist Rene Magritte.
Bugatti – the name resonates with car lovers the world over, beauty, class, speed, sex-appeal, these automobiles had the lot.
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
At the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra, artists are challenging the traditional concept of portraits as paintings or photographs.
The re-birth of painting Painters’ Painters :Artists of today who inspire artists of tomorrow, features the work of nine present-day painters.
A priceless collection of gold artefacts from Crimea, on show in the Netherlands when Crimea was occupied by Russia in 2014, must return to Ukraine says court ijn Amsterdam.
The European Oscars Captured on camera for acting in front of the camera – stars of the European silver screen.
Festival of European Cinema Winter sunshine and a light shining on the European cinema.
Each of the 60-plus photos on display tell a unique story about extraordinary charity and business-projects from the frontline in Donbas.