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Conservators have found a self-portrait of Vincent Van Gogh behind his masterpeice 'Head of a Peasant Woman', but how was it discovered?
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Two historians have created a new exhibition at the Met, returning Greek and Roman statues to their original colours.
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From comic books to sculptures, from African empires to Norwegian folktales, there's no shortage of exhibitions to attend this summer.
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Who are these people? A London museum needs your help
A search has been launched for members of Britain's so-called 'Windrush generation' of Caribbean migrants who featured in photos long thought to have been lost
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.
Cast of Jimi Hendrix's penis goes on show in Iceland
The museum has had a plaster cast of the guitarist's member donated 52 years after his death.
A cast of Jimi Hendrix's penis on display at museum in Iceland
The Icelandic Phallological Museum has just added a new artefact to its vast collection: a plaster cast of the erect penis of legendary rock guitarist Jimi Hendrix.
Six present ideas for culture-loving dads on Father’s Day
If you're searching for an idea that you can purchase online at the last minute, then here's our list of experienced-based gifts for culture-loving dads.
The artist is sorta present: how VR is changing art
In his latest piece, Albert Oehlen asks viewers to enter his studio via VR and watch him draw a new work. The eerie experience gets you up close and personal without ever being near another actual person.
Controversy brews as Kim K accused of damaging Marilyn Monroe dress
The dress that Monroe wore to serenade JF Kennedy is a piece of history, did Kardashian stretch her luck by wearing it?
Norway's national museum and new home for 'The Scream' opens in Oslo
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
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
Drinking up wine history in Armenia
Home to some of the most ancient relics related to winemaking, a new museum is showing a history of wine that's separate from it's traditionally thought origins.
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.
Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee: Inside the home of a superfan
Days ahead of Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee marking 70 years on the throne on Thursday, 78-year-old pensioner Margaret Tyler shows off her collection of royal family memorabilia that fills the ground floor of her house in northwestern suburb Wembley.
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.
Watch: Man disguised as 'old woman' attacks Mona Lisa with cake
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
Visit icon museums at night on European Night of Museums - May 14
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.