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The manuscript of I’ve Been Wandering in the Greenwoods by Charlotte Brontë was sold on the 10 April for more than 92,000 GBP.
James Joyce has done so much for Ireland, you’d think they’d be able to lift a line from his modernist masterpiece Ulysses without making a mistake.
A gift of $1 billion worth of Cubist works from cosmetics tycoon and philanthropist Leonard Lauder looks set to transform The Met.
Booker Prize winner Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, winner of two Academy Awards for her screenplays of EM Forster’s novels, died last week in New York.
Barnes & Noble have put their dukes up against Amazon by launching NOOK Press, their own self-publishing service.
More than 100 years after Van Gogh's death, audiences will have the first chance to view his original sketches and even to buy copies.
A UK export ban is blocking the National Gallery of Australia from buying the first known European images of Australia.
Art Dubai recently wrapped up for yet another year, leaving organisers plenty to boast about after just having experienced its most successful yet.
Chinese censors cut portraits of Chairman Mao from travelling Warhol retrospective.
Argentinian author and illustrator Isol has been awarded the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award for children’s literature.
New Zealand artist Kingsley Baird is using 18,000 Anzac biscuits to build a tomb depicting World War I soldiers.
Thousands of people gathered in Tokyo to celebrate the reopening of the Kabukiza Theatre.
Yoko Ono is being sued by Brooklyn designer Haleh Nematzadeh for allegedly stealing her fashion designs.
Following much debate, Cairo has greenlit the screening of the documentary film ‘Jews of Egypt’ which explains the history of Egypt’s Jewish community
Actress Angelina Jolie has joined foreign secretary for Rotherdam William Hague on a trip to Congo and Rwanda on a campaign against sexual violence.
Truman Capote's cremated remains were invited to Broadway debut of Breakfast at Tiffany's, but didn't attend.
A class-action lawsuit has been launched against New York’s Metropolitan Museum for its ‘deceptive’ admission policy.
Irish actress Aoife Madden is among the five people jailed for being involved in film tax fraud.
David Mitchell and Michel van der Aa have joined forces to create multimedia opera ‘Sunken Garden.’
Project ‘Color + City’ connects free walls to graffiti artists in Sao Paulo.
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