The Museum of London show on Sherlock Holmes, which opens on Oct. 17 after two years of preparation, acknowledges the conundrum with its title, “The Man Who Never Lived and […]
Warsaw’s National Museum has added state-of-the art multimedia and installed new settings to enhance Europe’s only exhibition of Christian-era wall paintings saved by the Poles from flooding in Sudan in […]
For 50 years, beginning in 1916, African American photographer James VanDerZee photographed middle class and elite members of Harlem society: posing in their wedding portraits; reading in their parlors; sitting […]
There are few artists with a more famous face than Rembrandt. The Dutch master painted himself repeatedly throughout his career. Four large self-portraits gaze at visitors entering a mammoth new […]
It took “big guys”, cranes and a street closure to move four steel installations weighing more than 200 tons by American minimalist sculptor Richard Serra into a London gallery.
Blue figures swim around walls, dancers prance in a circle and flowers sprout on a huge canvas in an exhibition of the cut-out works of French artist Henri Matisse that […]
Dorothy’s famous ruby red slippers from “The Wizard of Oz” have found their way home again as one of the highlights in a new Hollywood exhibition that showcases iconic costumes […]