News — Art
Russian performance artist Pyotr Pavlensky says he plans to seek asylum in France, amid allegations that he committed a sex crime.
Art and Endurance in the Siege of Leningrad, an exhibition of works by Elena Marttila (b. 1923) capturing the experience of everyday life during the Leningrad blockade, opens this week in Cambridge.
Leading architectural design magazine Architectural Digest has named the Shoes on the Danube Bank memorial in the Hungarian capital, Budapest, among the world's “13 Most Fascinating Public Sculptures”.
Leading online art platform and resource Artsy has named Serbian artist Ivana Bašić among the top 17 emerging artists to watch this year.
The first episode of On Kosovo Field, a new radio drama inspired by musician PJ Harvey's writings, poetry and song demos from her time in Kosovo, airs today on BBC Radio 4.
Siberian artist Mikhail Bopposov has marked the new year with a massive sculpture of a rooster, entirely made from frozen manure.
The Polish government has purchased an extensive art collection worth over $2 billion for just $104.2 million.