The idea is that more copies of a given work makes art more accessible to a wider range of people with varying incomes.
To fill unexpected free time or to cope with stress, people have picked up hobbies: sculpting action figures and DJing socially distanced parties are just a few.
Critic and author Blake Gopnik says the market slowdown could help to bring back an appreciation of art for art's sake.
The pop-up "store" is filled with handcrafted items made from single-use plastic bags.
A family business that's endured for five generations figures out new ways to stay relevant.
Multimedia artist Atiya Jones says she makes art about “small, accumulative actions.” But the form of that art has changed during COVID-19.
Anti-government protests in Iraq began this October amid high unemployment and anger about corruption and poor public services.
The Louvre spent 10 years negotiating with other museums to mount the largest Leonardo da Vinci exhibit ever. Here's a look inside the process.
It was the first auction of its kind for Sotheby's.