Long-lost Rodin sculpture found in New Jersey borough hall

Oct 12, 2017

A bust of Napoleon by French sculptor Auguste Rodin long thought to be lost has been found on display in a New Jersey borough hall where it has sat for 85 years

Exhibition explores African design as agent of change

Oct 12, 2017

An exhibition opening in Atlanta encourages visitors to look at Africa through new eyes

Collectors drop bid to prevent sculpture's return to Lebanon

Oct 12, 2017

A husband and wife from Colorado have dropped their bid to prevent a 2,300-year-old marble bull's head from being returned to the Republic of Lebanon

Hotel at iconic TWA terminal will evoke glamour of jet age

Oct 11, 2017

A hotel under construction at the long-closed TWA Flight Center at New York's Kennedy Airport will conjure the glamour of air travel in 1962 when architect Eero Saarinen's jet-age landmark first opened

Boston museum gets major gift of Dutch, Flemish masterpieces

Oct 11, 2017

Boston's Museum of Fine Arts is getting a gift of more than 100 17th century Dutch and Flemish art masterpieces including what's considered one of the finest privately-owned Rembrandt portraits

AP PHOTOS: A Rohingya boy's struggle to reach Bangladesh

Oct 11, 2017

AP PHOTOS: Yosar Hossein struggles as he carries his baby sister along muddy paths and flooded creeks, he and his siblings among the many fleeing Rohingya Muslims who are children

French president inaugurates major Picasso exhibition

Oct 8, 2017

France's president inaugurates major Picasso exhibition

Dr. Seuss museum to replace mural after complaints of racism

Oct 6, 2017

A Massachusetts museum dedicated to Dr. Seuss says it will replace a mural featuring a Chinese character from one of his books after three authors said they would boycott an event due to the 'jarring racial stereotype'

1 of oldest Native American birch-bark canoes now on display

Oct 5, 2017

One of the oldest-known examples of a Native American birch-bark canoe is now on display at a museum operated by a historical society in Maine

Radiohead, Simone and Moody Blues are Rock Hall nominees

Oct 5, 2017

Radiohead, the Moody Blues and singer Nina Simone are among first-time nominees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

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