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What would life be like without music? The world will probably be a dull and quiet place. Music is a huge part of...

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In nearly all issues of art magazines, there is usually an article or two about an artist’s success story or an upcoming artist who...

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More than 850 million people made the trek to an American museum in 2018. That number is greater than the yearly...

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A huge fire has broken out at Paris' famous Notre-Dame cathedral and has spread rapidly across the building.

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It's impossible to overstate how powerful music can be. Perhaps that's why people spend an average of 32.1 hours per week listening to...

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Choosing to pursue a career in the arts isn’t for the fainthearted. The prospect of finding a job that can support artistic...

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Earlier it was not easy to get a perfect picture but nowadays it has become simple because of numerous photo editing applications. Today, photographs...

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For an artist, their portfolio is everything. It gives them the ability to showcase their body of work and gives the viewers an idea...

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Portnoy’s Complaint author Philip Roth has died at the age of 85. His other works included American Pastoral and I Married a Communist. The New York...

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According to forensic experts, Chilean poet Pablo Neruda did not die of prostate cancer. The Nobel Laureate author was said to have died of cancer...

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The 2017 Nobel Prize in Literature has been awarded to the English author Kazuo Ishiguro. Kazuo Ishiguro, 62, was praised by the Swedish Academy as...

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María Pilar Abel Martínez, the Spanish woman who believed Salvador Dali was her father, is not the surrealist artist's daughter, according to DNA test...

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Venezuelan conductor Gustavo Dudamel has confirmed that his US tour with Venezuela's National Youth Orchestra has been canceled. The star conductor said the cancelation, which...

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Salvador Dalí’s body has been exhumed to extract DNA to settle a paternity case. Spanish forensic experts took samples from the surrealist painter's teeth, bones...

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German police have raided homes and made arrests in Berlin over an audacious night-time heist which saw the Big Maple Leaf solid-gold coin stolen...

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Is that beautiful “original” hanging in your living room authentic? According to Columbia Law School, some experts estimate that as many as 40% of artwork...

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Modernism stemmed from the Industrial revolution, a time where rapid changes to the landscape at the hands of manufacturing, transportation and changes to the...

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Salvador Dali’s body has to be exhumed to get samples for a paternity suit, a judge in Madrid has ruled. A Spanish woman, Maria Pilar...

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Bob Dylan has delivered the lecture he needed to give in order to keep the prize money after winning the Nobel Prize for literature...

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New York’s popular Fearless Girl statue will stay in place until March 2018, Mayor Bill de Balsio has said. The mayor said the relevant municipal...

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According to Egypt's antiquities minister Khaled el-Anani, an ancient statue which was pulled from the mud in Cairo is not the Pharaoh Ramses II,...

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An ancient city that dates back more than 5,000 years, containing houses, tools, pottery and huge graves has been unearthed in Egypt. The city lies...

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It's been billed as one of the hottest movies of 2016 and following the success of the previous two in the series, it's really...

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Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? author Edward Albee has died aged 88. Edward Albee's assistant said the playwright died on September 16 at his home...

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Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan’s solid-gold toilet, titled America, is due to debut in the Guggenheim Museum’s Upper East Side bathroom on September 16. The Fifth Avenue museum...