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Picasso’s Electrician Was Convicted of Stealing His Art—But Now a Court Says There’s Insufficient Proof

France’s Supreme Court has overturned the conviction of Pablo Picasso‘s former electrician and his wife, who had been given two-year suspended jail sentences in 2015 after 271 works by the artist were found stashed in their garage. The Court of Cassation, France’s highest appeals court, has now ordered a retrial on the grounds that there was insufficient evidence that “the goods held...

Artemis Gallery Pesents an Auction of Ancient Artworks

World history is a subject of endless fascination to collectors of antiquities and ethnographic art. Volumes have been written about how and why ancient cultures lived as they did, but no words can present the story of an early civilization quite as vividly as the art and relics they left behind. At the pinnacle of auction houses known for...

Italian High Court Allowed Construction the Colosseum Archaeological Park

The Italian government can proceed with a plan to create a new archaeological park around the Colosseum in Rome, the Council of State has ruled. Italy’s top administrative court has also unblocked the international selection process for a new director to oversee the ancient amphitheater and its surrounding monuments, including the Roman Forum, Palatine Hill, and Domus Aurea. The...

Creative Lego Constructions Bring Fantastical Moments to Life

Creative constructions of Lego bricks spring to life in these advertising campaigns developed by Asawin Tejasakulsin, a senior art director at Ogilvy & Mather in Bangkok, Thailand. The two series, Imagine and Build the Future, amplify the childhood wonder central to the Lego brand, devising playful scenarios that successfully interact with reality. In Imagine, storybook animals come to life, while in Build the Future, children...

Bolton Octagon Launches £1.5m Campaign For Theatre Redevelopment

The Octagon Theatre, Bolton has launched a public fundraising campaign to raise £1.5 million towards its building redevelopment. Members of the public are called on to buy a brick, sponsor a seat, run a marathon or jump out of a plane to raise money for the project. Turning 50 this month, the theatre is in need of repairs to improve...

The Magic Beauty Of Albino People By Yulia Taits

White on white looks absolutely magical! Yulia Taits from her childhood was fascinated by the beauty of albinos, believing such people are the happy owners of a magical appearance. Julia recently photographed a few albinos on a white background, emphasizing their initial feeling fancy.

London’s Serpentine Gallery to Open Pavilion in Beijing

London's Serpentine Gallery will wind its way to Beijing this May, with the launch of the first Serpentine Pavilion Beijing in the Chinese capital's historic Wangfujing neighborhood. The architectural project, which will run until October and be used as a space for cultural and social events, will be part of the WF Central, a 21,000 sq m property development...

The Situation On The Big Sur Resembles The Apocalypse

In winter, almost 100 inches of rain fell on Big Sur. This region is the perfect coast of California - the beautiful green mountains that meet the Pacific Ocean on a cliff of frothy salt water and waves, sea stacks that stand like statues guarding the beaches, and one winding state highway that serves as the only main thoroughfare...

Bonhams Announces the Spring Sale of Modern Decorative Art + Design

Bonhams announced highlights from the upcoming auction of Modern Decorative Art + Design, which will take place on June 7 at 2pm. The sale encompasses over 130 lots and includes a broad selection of works from renowned designers such as Harry Bertoia, George Nakashima, Frank Lloyd Wright, Claude Lalanne, and Carlo Scarpa. Additional highlights include a Robert Goossens chandelier that...

A Princess Diana memorial garden has opened at Kensington Palace

The 20th anniversary of the tragic death of Princess Diana at Kensington Palace opened a memorial garden. He even has a name – the "White Garden": it is inspired by the memories of the life of Diana, her style and manner, for example, her white dress Catherine Walker "Elvis", and soon to be filled with white flowers and leaves. Princess...

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