Former employees of the acclaimed Belgian artist want the university to more publicly address the accusations against him before his company performs there on Saturday.
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A French court found that Mr. Koons’s 1988 sculpture “Fait d’hiver” breached the copyright of the creator of a 1985 advertising campaign.
The former head of Tate Modern had to resign from his last job after protests. France’s culture ministry said he will take over one of the country’s largest exhibition spaces.
“Their Children After Them,” about youths in a fading industrial region, was a surprise winner, but it has already been picked up for U.S. publication.
Ballet dancers of color have long painted, dyed or covered point shoes in makeup to match their skin. Could this small barrier to inclusion finally be disappearing?
The document, which is more than 800 years old, has been temporarily removed from display in Salisbury, England.
Fisnik Ismaili created the 10-foot letters of “Newborn” to celebrate independence 10 years ago. He repaints it each year to reflect the nation’s development.
The self-declared Grand Duchess Maria, a descendant of Russian royalty, took it upon herself to issue a bitter critique of the fictional Amazon series.
The mechanism that cut apart the $1.4 million “Girl With Balloon” jammed, the artist revealed in a video. The work was meant to be completely destroyed.