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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.
Croatia opens cannabis museum
Rituals, healing or inebriation, nutrition, clothing, fuel or construction material, the millennial history and many uses of cannabis are on display in Croatia's first museum dedicated to the plant.
Seoul museum refuses to return Russian artworks
After South Korea sanctioned Russia due to Putin's war against Ukraine, a Seoul museum has been subject of a demand to return its Russian art early.
Dubai's Museum of the Future
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The Art of Menswear: V&A's first male fashion exhibition
Opening on Saturday, 19 March 2022, Fashioning Masculinities: The Art of Menswear is the first major V&A exhibition to celebrate the power, artistry and diversity of masculine attire and appearance.
This underwater museum has a mission - saving marine life
Almost 100 sculptures have been set up in the sea in Cyprus.
'This is our story': Lviv museums move to protect Ukrainian heritage
Museums in the western city are taking steps to protect art and literature telling the story of Ukraine from potential Russian bombardment.
Europe's museums, big and small, grapple with cultural restitution
Europe's museums, big and small, grapple with cultural restitution and returning artefacts to the places they came from.
Ukrainian artists respond to Russian invasion of their homeland
“The cars and buses who go out of the country, they go with people. There is no place for art. You cannot compare human life with an art piece.”
What did Leonardo Da Vinci and Picasso doodle while bored?
A new exhibition in Rome explores doodles, sketches and caricatures through the ages.
Vladimir Putin wax statue removed from Grévin Museum in Paris
'He was attacked a few times this weekend, and we received a few threats on the phone."
Wax statue of Vladimir Putin removed from Grévin museum in Paris
Russia's invasion of Ukraine prompts the director of the Grévin Museum in Paris to remove the wax statue of Vladimir Putin from the collection, which includes many other world leaders
NFTs representing sections Klimt's The Kiss sold for Valentine's Day
Ten thousand tiny sections of Klimt's iconic painting The Kiss are being sold as virtual gifts ahead of Valentine's Day — and they are not cheap.
Germany and Austria repatriate 19th-century human remains to Hawaii
The bones were originally collected by a German naturalist around 1880 but will now be transported to Hawaii for burial.
Artwork looted by the Nazis returned to rightful owners after 71 years
The painting belonged to a Jewish couple who fled Belgium prior to World War Two, their grandchildren are still searching for other items.
Indonesian war of independence explored in new Amsterdam exhibition
The exhibit is jointly curated by Dutch and Indonesian curators but has already courted controversy over some language used.
Russian painting worth €1 million vandalised by 'bored' security guard
Anna Leporskaya's 1930s painting 'Three Figures' is being restored in Moscow after a security guard drew two sets of eyes on the faceless forms.
'Bob Marley: One Love Experience' in London features cannabis forest
The exhibition's ten-week stay at the capital's Saatchi Gallery contains personal possessions, multi-sensory rooms, and rare photographic finds.
'Art detective' returns stolen Roman statue to France 50 years later
Dutch art retrieval expert Arthur Brand worked to get the statue back to the Musée du Pays Châtillonnais after its owner expressed suspicions about its origins.
Cézanne drawing lost for decades rediscovered in auction
The artist's lost notebook that he shared with his sister features the work, which was recently identified by art historians as an original.
When Sigmund met Salvador: ‘Dali–Freud, an Obsession’ opens in Vienna
An exhibition at the Belvedere Museum in Vienna displays around a hundred of Salvador Dali's objects, paintings, and works influenced by Sigmund Freud's writings.
Six men on trial for stealing jewels worth €113m from Dresden museum
Prosecutors said those accused of stealing the gems, which have never been recovered, belong to an organised crime family known as the "Remmo clan".