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GUARDIAN: Preview a spine-chilling exhibition of 17th-century religious art at the National Gallery in London, where works by Spanish realists such as Velázquez and Zurbarán feature beside life-like sculptures of the saints and the Passion of Christ.
THE KOREA TIMES: The first statue of the Future Buddha, which dates back to the Unified Silla Kingdom period (668-935), has been found, according to a prominent Buddhism art professor Thursday.
THE GLOBE AND MAIL: Police official says theft discovered this morning at the Picasso Museum, but it is not clear when or how it took place
ALARAB ONLINE: France and the United Arab Emirates formally launched the "desert Louvre" project, bringing the iconic cultural name and its tourist pulling power one step closer to the oil-rich Gulf.
THE ART NEWSPAPER: Not only is a new and eagerly anticipated film work by Steve McQueen to be unveiled in the British Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, but the piece itself also owes a substantial part of its existence to an important new funding collaboration in the UK.
GUARDIAN: The huge central sculpture gallery brings together six of Long's large-scale stone works.
THE ART NEWSPAPER: LONDON. The most famous painting in the world, the Mona Lisa, narrowly missed a catastrophe in 1963 when it was on loan to the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Museum of Liverpool in 2010 - Event exploring Liverpool’s parks for the people.
THIS IS LONDON: In all the ballyhoo attendant on the reopening of the Whitechapel Gallery last month, I wonder if I am alone in feeling that in one significant particular we have been duped — not deliberately, but duped nevertheless.
KOREA TIMES: Bangladeshi art may not be quite familiar to the Korean audience. The Embassy of Bangladesh hopes to introduce the best of the country's modern art through an exhibition ``Contemporary Paintings of Bangladesh.'
THE ART NEWSPAPER: MADRID. The director of Madrid’s Reina Sofía museum, Manuel Borja-Villel, has made a groundbreaking agreement with his counterpart at the Prado, Miguel Zugaza, that will see 20 prints by Goya go on long-term loan from the Prado to the Reina Sofía.
THE ART NEWSPAPER: LONDON. The private collector Nicolas Berggruen, son of the late German-Jewish dealer Heinz Berggruen, plans to open a museum in Berlin to house his collection of modern and contemporary works.
SALON.COM: Twitter and e-mail aren't making us stupider, but they are making us more distracted. A new book explains why learning to focus is the key to living better.
Liverpool Biennial has appointed Lorenzo Fusi as curator for the International, the lead exhibition of the Liverpool Biennial festival of contemporary art. He will be working on the development of the programme for the next festival – the UK's Biennial - which takes place in 2010. Lorenzo will be working alongside curators from the Bluecoat, FACT [Foundation for Art and Contemporary Technology], O
Co-curators of the forthcoming exhibition 'Constable Portraits: The Painter and His Circle' at the National Portrait Gallery have made important discoveries concerning two portraits belonging to Colchester and Ipswich Museum Service.
London leads but Liverpool and weaker pound help to swell tourist numbers.
China said it will tighten control on Christie’s International’s activities in the nation, hours after the company auctioned a pair of Qing Dynasty bronzes in Paris, ignoring China’s calls to return the allegedly looted items.
Hopes are running high in the arts because all eyes and ears are on Barack Obama, and Obama's eyes and ears seem to be attuned to the arts.
The two animal heads -- a rabbit and a rat -- were severed from a water fountain at Beijing’s Imperial Summer Palace when British and French troops plundered and burned the palace in October 1860.
Archaeologists believe hundreds more wrecks beneath the eastern Mediterranean may contain treasures, but a new law opening Greece's coastline to scuba diving has experts worried that priceless artifacts could disappear into the hands of treasure hunters.
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