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Norway's new national museum gets a royal opening in Oslo and becomes the Nordic region's largest cultural building.
Kyiv war exhibition displays objects left behind by Russian soldiers
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Man who was "mad at his girl" smashes $5 million of art in US museum
21-year-old man Brian Hernandez told the police he was upset "at his girl" when he broke into the Dallas Museum of Art through a window and smashed millennia-old artworks valued at millions.
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Egypt unveils a treasure trove of ancient artifacts
Egyptian antiquities authorities on Monday put on display a set of 2,500-year-old artifacts recently unearthed at the famous Saqqara necropolis near Cairo.
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Cake was smeared over the protective glass covering the Mona Lisa at the Louvre in Paris on May 29, with the person described as being responsible indicating he was an environmental protester.
Former Louvre director charged for art trafficking
Jean-Luc Martinez has been preliminarily charged in connection with alleged antiques trafficking during his tenure as head of the world's most famous museum.
Germany returns stolen colonial treasures to Namibia
The decision to give back the Namibian jewellery coincides with last year's recognition of the German Empire's genocide in the early 20th century.
Brussels exhibition retraces Europe's past 100 years in posters
The more than 100 posters range from World War recruitment ads to posters created to comment on the various crises Europe has gone through in recent years — including terror attacks as well the euro and migrant crises.
Exhibition explores how 3D digital visualisations can solve crimes
A new exhibition at the Louisiana Museum in Denmark aims to showcase the work of research collective, Forensic Architecture, who use digital techniques to investigate alleged crimes and human rights violations.
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On International Museum Day we look at the museums that have been lost to war around the world.
Visit museums at night on European Night of Museums - May 14
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UK queer history museum opens doors
The UK’s first LGBTQ+ history museum has opened its doors in London, commemorating and celebrating queer histories from across the country.
Europe's best LGBTQ+ museums celebrating queer history
To celebrate the opening of the UK's first permanent LGBTQ+ museum, we take a look at the queer museums of Europe.
Explore a galaxy far, far away at largest Star Wars fan exhibition
Over 600 Star Wars items collected by superfans of the franchise are on display at 'The Fans Strike Back, the largest Star Wars fan exhibition ever
Sick Ukrainian children destroy tank installation made of balloons
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Can you copyright immersive experiences?
MODS argues that an artwork responding to visitors isn't fixed enough to copyright. How will teamLab protect their intellectual property in an increasingly saturated market for immersive art installations?
Should museums return artworks stolen by Nazis?
The Cassirer family have been trying and so far failing to see the return of a work of art stolen from them by the Nazis.
Cultural restitution: Artefacts returned to Iran after legal battle
The long lost Mannean bricks turned up for sale in Europe in the 1990s and after a spell in a Swiss bank are back in Iran in the National Museum.
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Alienarium 5, a virtual reality exhibition that allows visitors to step into the shoes of an alien opens at the Serpentine Gallery in London.
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Flower power: botanical art takes root at Saatchi Gallery
From flowers in the Andes Mountains to microfungi. A new exhibition at London’s Saatchi Gallery is showcasing some of the world’s most fascinating flora.
Swedish selfie 'museum' gets super liked
The recently opened "Youseum" in the suburbs of Stockholm, Sweden, offers fun backgrounds for visitors' selfies or videos.