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Stolen artefacts recovered by police go on display in new Rome museum
Italy has been so successful in regaining ancient artworks and artefacts illegally exported from the country that it has now created a museum just for them.
Iconic Jeff Koons sculpture expected to sell for millions for Ukraine
An iconic sculpture by world famous artist Jeff Koons is being auctioned to raise funds for humanitarian aid in Ukraine. But how much is the sculpture expected to go for?
Art Basel 2022: Here's what's being showcased at the Swiss art fair
From NFTs, to virtual reality experiences, to enormous installations, what's on offer at this year's Art Basel?
Russian flight ban will cost Cyprus €600 million this summer
Tourism accounts for 10% of Cyprus' economy so the loss of Russian and Ukrainian spend is significant.
Tony Awards: Key takeaways from the 2022 ceremony
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Colonialism and restitution explored at this year's Berlin Biennale
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Kyiv war exhibition displays objects left behind by Russian soldiers
The dust has hardly settled. Not long ago Russian troops were bearing down on Ukraine's capital - now the story of this chapter of the invasion is already being told in Kyiv's State Museum of the Great Patriotic War
Shakespeare First Folio copy estimated to sell for $2.5m at Sotheby's
An original edition of William Shakespeare’s First Folio, often referred to as the most important book in English literature, will be auctioned next month in New York and estimated to sell for $2.5m
Ukrainian rapper-turned-soldier vents rage at war through his lyrics
It is the music of war - music filled with rage and indignation about Russia's invasion of his country. Viacheslav Drofa, a Ukrainian musician who goes by the stage name 'Otoy,' is using thumping rap to recount his experiences as a soldier in the conflict with Russia.
London Serpentine gallery unveils spectacular 'Black Chapel' pavilion
A London art gallery is unveiling a new pavilion commissioned to an American artist. Called "Black Chapel," the installation is a black wooden cylinder with elements paying tribute to his father.
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Egypt unveils massive haul of newly discovered ancient artefacts
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K-pop supergroup BTS meet with Biden to discuss anti-Asian hate crimes
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Platinum Jubilee to feature puppets of the 'Queen's favourites'
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'Counting Dracula': Vampire gathering in England smashes world-record
A total of 1,369 people dressed as vampires gathered in the grounds of Whitby Abbey in England, to set a new world record for the largest gathering of people dressed as the ghoulish character, breaking the previous record of 1,039 set in 2011.
103-year-old Swedish woman sets record for world's oldest parachuter
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