L‘Oreal is launching its first wholly plant-based hair dye as cosmetics companies look to win over customers who are becoming increasingly wary of chemical ingredients.
The Old First Reformed Church-United Church of Christ at Fourth and Race Streets—where a live-animal crèche is on display during the Christmas season every year since 1973—has been the center of several colorful episodes over the past three centuries.
Nonprofit celebrates 15 years with exhibit
If you’re holidaying in France this festive season, you’ll have to pay more for delicacies like foie gras and snails after a turbulent year for agricultural production that saw duck flocks decimated by bird flu and butter shortages in supermarkets.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is seen riding a brown bear in medieval armor, cuddling a puppy and dressed as Santa Claus – it’s not his latest series of publicity photos, but rather artwork at a new Moscow exhibition focused on Russia’s leader.
New software spurs effort to scan and catalog
Paddington Bear may have captivated cinema audiences this year, but another ursine star, Winnie-the-Pooh, will get his own show at London’s historic V&A museum this month.
Following his morning stroll around Istanbul’s medieval Galata tower, Hasan Kale walks into a bulk food market to examine the goods that will make up his next canvas.
Outdoor advertising has been a bone of contention with Philadelphians for more than a century.
MGM RESORTS ART & CULTURE PRESENTS AN INTERACTIVE INSTALLATION BY ARTIST TANJA HOLLANDER DURING ART BASEL IN MIAMI BEACH
Project will be presented at the Miami Beach Botanical Garden and the
MGM Resorts Lounge in the Art Basel Collectors Lounge
Flatiron Partnership and Van Alen Institute Unveil Winner of Flatiron Public Plaza Holiday Design Competition: Flatiron Reflection by Future Expansion
On November 20, the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership Business Improvement District (BID) and Van Alen Institute unveiled Flatiron Reflection, winner of the fourth-annual Flatiron Plaza Holiday Design Competition in partnership with New York City DOT Art.
A South African woman who helps train women in self-defense was crowned Miss Universe on Sunday at the pageant held in Las Vegas, with Miss Colombia and Miss Jamaica also making it to the final three.
The Susan Broom Kilmer Branch Library’s ArtSpace hosts works by photographer Willie Ortiz Nov. 25 through Dec. 30.
Kendall Jenner topped a list on Tuesday of the world’s highest paid models, edging Gisele Bundchen out of the No. 1 spot for the first time in 15 years in a ranking that reflected the growing power of social media influencers.
Ancient scripts and rocker Elvis Presley’s Bible will be on display at the $500 million Museum of the Bible, which opens this weekend in Washington after questions about the origin of some of its artifacts and its portrayal of the holy book.
Leonardo da Vinci’s portrait of Christ, “Salvator Mundi”, sold for a record-smashing $450.3 million on Wednesday at Christie‘s, more than double the old price for any work of art at auction.
An emerald and diamond necklace set with the largest flawless white diamond ever to come to auction has sold for a world record 33.5 million Swiss francs ($34 million), the star lot at a Geneva sale, Christie’s said.
City seeking artists to decorate cactus sculptures for holiday event
Boulder City’s Winter ArtFest gave residents and visitors an opportunity to get a head-start on their holiday shopping over the weekend.
Armed with a picture of your pet pooch, barista Chang Kuei-fang only needs 10 minutes to reproduce the image in a frothy 3-D work of coffee art.
It’s never too late to start a Christmas tradition with your family.
Abu Dhabi opens its Louvre museum on Saturday, positioning itself as a city of cultural tourism with a display of hundreds of works that it hopes will draw visitors from around the world.
Just because you look around doesn’t mean you see — or understand — what you observe.
Paintings created by an Indian elephant who enjoys wielding a brush were auctioned off by a Hungarian traveling circus on Saturday.
Local artist and designer Brian Henry is featured in an art exhibition called “Perfect Circle” that opens Friday at The Cube gallery, 1025 S. 1st St.
Romantic images of cowboys and covered wagons, railroad barons and Gold Rush-era prospectors that typically depict the settling of the American West play only supporting roles at best in a Nevada art exhibit with a broader perspective on Earth’s “final frontier.”
Andrea Lipomi loves Halloween. For vivid proof, look closely at the intricate art pieces she creates on canvases small enough to fit on the tip of your finger.
Visitors to Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area might see Mark Vranesh’s work when he is the featured artist of Red Rock’s Second Sundays: Artists and Authors, planned for 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Nov. 12 at the visitors center.
Hip Cuban clothing brand Clandestina is not waiting to see how tighter U.S. restrictions on travel to the Caribbean island affect visits of Americans shoppers. Instead, the line is taking its apparel to the United States through e-commerce.
The number of the restaurants in the San Francisco area with Michelin’s highest accolade of three stars grew to seven in the 2018 dining guide for the region that will be launched on Friday.
Landscapes, campfires, mountains, creatures, sunsets and other vibrant creations decorated the sidewalks Sept. 30 at Skye Canyon Park during the inaugural Chalk + Cheers, with 38 artists participating in the “Base Camp for the Great Outdoors” juried competition.
Trained as dentist, schooled in jazz
The crosses and the candles and the flowers, the rosaries and the holy cards and the T-shirts and all of the other items left along Las Vegas Boulevard after the Oct. 1 Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting are personal, solitary expressions of sadness, grief and loss for those who lost their lives or were injured in the shootings.
Disabled artists even faces barriers when they do get work. Ryan Haddad, an actor with cerebral palsy, aims to shred the stereotypical depiction of the disabled as delicate and virginal.
When it comes to music memorabilia, few names carry as much clout as Hard Rock. The local Hard Rock Hotel’s collection, which is independent of any other Hard Rock’s, boasts over 3,000 pieces, with about 200 on display at any given time.
A new exhibition celebrating the 20th anniversary of the first Harry Potter book’s publication is offering ‘muggles’ with an interest in magic the chance to view rare memorabilia, combined with historic artifacts referenced in the popular series.
The eighth annual Circus Couture PRYSM benefit showcased a dazzling array of fashions and performances at the Hard Rock Hotel.
New Year’s Eve may still be more than two months away, but hotels have in large part finished their planning.
The Clark County Museum has begun collecting tributes left on the Strip and other public areas in response to the Las Vegas shooting in order to preserve and catalog them.
Italy’s Gucci will stop using fur in its designs from next year, joining a growing number of fashion houses looking at alternatives after coming under pressure from animal rights activists and changing consumer tastes.
Vegas Voices is a weekly series highlighting notable Las Vegans.
Stunning tulips and unexpected color stole the show at this Birmingham wedding bash.
Popular art classes draw out creative sides
Coastal charm and tropical colors meet lovely Lowcountry landscapes in this South Carolina wedding.
Handwriting has played a large role in Krystal Ramirez’s life.
Seated beneath tall windows and dressed simply in singlets and trousers, North Korean painters are hard at work. The artists staple canvases to frames or copy idyllic landscapes from laptop computers. One wears headphones as he brushes a group of running horses onto his canvas.
Karl Lagerfeld brought the drama of the natural world indoors for Chanel’s catwalk show on the final day of Paris Fashion Week, with a huge cliff complete with waterfall towering behind the catwalk.