Louis Vuitton merges art and fashion
The French luxury fashion house chose the exquisite setting of Isola Bella on northern Italy’s Lake Maggiore to present their Cruise 2024 collection.
Sneak peek inside Spain's 'Royal Gallery'
Great masterpieces will be exhibited in this state-of-the-art gallery, whose construction, over the last 25 years, has uncovered part of the Moorish wall with which the city was founded in the 9th century.
Pierce Brosnan showcases artworks in solo exhibition
Pierce Brosnan, known for playing James Bond, takes on his most vulnerable role yet, revealing his artistic side in a solo art exhibition.
Inside the world's last paint-making windmill
The Verfmolen De Kat windmill in the Netherlands uses 400-year-old technology to produce the famous colours, favoured by Dutch masters like Vermeer.
Italy: Flood victims take shelter in museums
Ravenna's Classis museum is offering camp beds and food amidst its many artefacts to those who lost their homes in the natural disaster.
Photographer to the stars reveals his secrets
This month, the work of world-renowned photographer Michel Haddi is being featured at the international photography fair, Photo London.
Coronation concert tops off weekend of pomp and pageantry
Lionel Richie and Katy Perry have performed at King Charles III's Coronation Concert. The newly-crowned King and royal family joined thousands of people for the grand finale to the weekend of royal events. The stage lights, lasers and dr...
London exhibition explores digital art creations
London's HOFA gallery is hosting a new show that puts digital artworks in the spotlight, bridging the gap between the crypto and art worlds.
Kabuki Kid becomes Japan's first dual-national actor
A French-Japanese child has made his first appearance to rapturous applause this week under his new stage name - Onoe Maholo.
New York's new architectural icon
The Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education and Innovation is the new wing of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. It houses some 4 million species and opens its doors today.
The legacy of iconic French actress Sarah Bernhardt
Featuring nearly 400 works, including costumes, photographs, films, personal objects, paintings and sculptures, the exhibition explores Sarah Bernhardt's illustrious life and career.
Met Gala pays tribute to designer Karl Lagerfeld
A-listers took to the red carpet on Monday, 1 May, at the Met gala in New York to pay tribute to the late, legendary fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld.
'Queen Camilla' added to Madame Tussauds
Madame Tussauds wax museum in London has added a figure of the soon-to-be-Queen Camilla alongside King Charles III in its Royal Family collection.
Turkish artist paints murals with morals
Turkish artist 'No More Lies' paints frescoes with political messages from Istanbul to Brussels.
Comedian Harry Hill's musical mocks Tony Blair
"TONY!", a new rock opera that takes a satirical look at the life of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, has premiered at the Leicester Square Theatre in London.
Beauty, brutality: Ballerinas dance on bullet casings
A powerful new installation 'Unbroken' has been erected outside the National Opera of Ukraine in Kyiv, displaying the picture of a ballerina printed on bullets.
Russian breakdancers hope to compete in the Olympics
Russian and Belarusian athletes continue to train for next year’s Olympic Games in Paris. That is after the International Olympic Committee told individual sporting federations last month to allow nationals of both countries to compete i...
Shakespeare’s first folios on rare display
Six highly rare first edition collections of William Shakespeare's plays will go on show in London next week in what auction house Christie's says will be the largest display of the works in Britain. Margaret Ford, Christie's internation...
The school teacher behind AI's text-to-image boom
High school teacher Christoph Schuhmann is the person behind a massive data gathering effort called LAION (Large-scale AI Open Network) which is central to the artificial intelligence boom that has seized the world's attention.
Can artificial intelligence be creative?
Text-to-image generators like DALL-E or Midjourney can be used to create photorealistic or painting-like images. Artists see the threat to their livelihoods. Some are already filing lawsuits.
Famed Bolshoi Theatre turns towards China
Russia's Bolshoi Theatre has been shunned by the West over Ukraine and is looking to China instead. But its director, Vladimir Urin, said this week he was saddened by the loss of creative cooperation with Western theater companies and ar...
Amsterdam’s iconic 3X symbol transformed
Acclaimed artist Sam Cox, better known as Mr. Doodle, left his distinctive mark on Amsterdam, by creating an art piece at Straat Museum. The Straat Museum is dedicated to street art in the Netherlands.
Text-to-video AI technology emerges
Researchers have developed a new AI model that transforms text prompts into short videos.
Photographer used AI to win prestigious prize
Boris Eldagsen has generated anger, and a first-place win, at a prestigious photography contest with his AI generated imagery.
Longest running Broadway show, 'Phantom' closes
The Phantom of the Opera is falling silent. The longest-running stage musical in Broadway history will take its final bow on Sunday - in front of a specially invited audience. Andrew Lloyd Webber's blockbuster show has thrilled theatre f...
Renowned author Murakami releases new book
Haruki Murakami's new book ‘The City and Its Uncertain Walls’ has been released in Japan. We look back at what makes the writer so unique.
Walking the iconic Picasso path
Spain is marking the 50th anniversary of Pablo Picasso’s death. The famous artist died on 8 April 1973. Euromaxx reporter Diana Piñeros explores his birthplace, Málaga.
Tutankhamun exhibit returns to Paris
More than a million people are expected to visit a new Parisian exhibition called "Ramses and the Gold of the Pharaohs" which is fast becoming the talk of the town after a landmark Tutankhamun exhibition in 2019.
Picasso museum marks 50 years since his death
It's fifty years since the death of renowned artist Picasso. To mark the anniversary, the Paris museum showcasing many of his works has been redesigned. From floor to ceiling, the rooms have been repainted to make Picasso's works more ac...