This year's annual Open Day at the Onassis Cultural Center is dedicated to the events and zeitgeist of May 1968, with singers, musicians, actors and performers tracing the cross-fertilization between avant-garde art and new social and cultural ideas of the period, beginning at the end of the 50s up to the first years of the 70s.
The Gagosian Gallery presents large-scale photographs from Taryn Simon's "Paperwork and the Will of Capital" series in which the American conceptual artist considers the stagecraft of power via the accords, treaties, and decrees drafted to influence systems of governance and economics, from nuclear armament to banking conventions and diamond trading.
A Pablo Picasso painting depicting his muse Marie-Therese Walter with future lover Dora Maar emerging from the shadows behind is expected to fetch an eye-watering sum at a London sale next week.
The world famous Ritz hotel in Paris has decided to sell off more than 3,500 pieces of furniture and "objets d'art" that it no longer has a home for after a renovation.
The Adana State Theater’s play “India Bank,” which was on a tour in the southeastern province of Batman, was removed from the stage after two of its scenes were deemed “obscene.”
Salma Hayek describes numerous instances of alleged abuse and sexual harassment from Harvey Weinstein in a new editorial in the New York Times titled "Harvey Weinstein Is My Monster."/www.salon.com
Stormtroopers, droids and celebrities from galaxies near and far hit the red carpet in the shadow of a giant AT-AT assault vehicle on Dec. 9 at the glittering world premiere of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” - although one star almost didn’t make it.