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Climate Activists Target Mona Lisa

Climate activists hurled soup at the iconic Mona Lisa painting in Paris’s Louvre Museum. This audacious act raises critical questions about the intersection of art, activism, and environmental concerns.

Treasures of Gold and Silver Wire

Royal Threads: A Journey Through Artistry and Tradition

The coronation of King Charles III marked a distinct departure from royal tradition, astonishingly accrediting the designers and artisans behind the grand spectacle. A thoughtful gesture by Buckingham Palace lifted the veil on the meticulous craft, rendering the elusive splendor of royal attire accessible to the public and highlighting figures like Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen and 19th-century tailor John Meyer.

Barakat Gallery

The Enigmatic Theft of a Million-Dollar Buddha

A priceless bronze Buddha statue, originating from Japan’s Edo Period, has mysteriously disappeared from Los Angeles’s prestigious Barakat Gallery, leaving behind a series of unanswered questions surrounding the motives and methodologies of this stealthy theft.

The Scottish National Gallery Project - National Galleries of Scotland

Scottish Art Reborn: The Transformation of National Galleries

The unveiling of the new Scottish Galleries symbolizes a transformative chapter in the portrayal of Scotland’s artistic legacy, reflecting the unrelenting efforts of Sir John Leighton, the esteemed director-general of the National Galleries of Scotland, to augment the representation of historic Scottish art in Edinburgh’s National Gallery. This pivotal moment arises as Sir John Leighton anticipates his departure in 2024, leaving behind a significantly enriched platform.

Design Without Borders exhibition

Boundless Design: Vienna’s Stellar Showcase

From September 22 to October 5, 2023, the illustrious Vienna Design Week showcases the “Boundless Design” exhibition at Collegium Hungaricum in Vienna. The curated selection features the works of 76 creators from 14 countries, demonstrating the extensive scope and cross-disciplinary nature of design.

Ausstellungsansicht: Schlösser. Preußen. Kolonial. Biografien und Sammlungen im Fokus © SPSG / Robert Schittko

Peering Through History: Colonial Shadows in Prussian Palaces

Ever walked through Germany’s historic Prussian palaces and felt the weight of hidden stories? The Prussian Palaces and Gardens Foundation Berlin-Brandenburg (SPSG) is about to shed light on some lesser-known facets of Germany’s colonial history.