Artificial intelligence is conquering a new frontier: art.
There's a secret room in the Medici Chapels museum in Florence and it holds a treasure trove of Michelangelo sketches that is seldom seen by the public eye.
A new art installation project aims to raise awareness about plastic pollution and how it is affecting people and the environment.
An artist born in Jerusalem tries to immortalize the Dead Sea with her mystifying works of art.
The spectacle of icebergs is this year's main summer attraction.at the National Building Museum in Washington, DC. They're not actual icebergs, but playful geometrical structures that can be enjoyed and explored by visitors.
A spectral church brings new life to a 12th-century basilica that lies in ruins at Siponto, Italy. The eerie wire mesh structure was designed by Italian artist Edoardo Tresoldi,
A group of artists were commissioned to create paintings using literal dirty watercolor, which has pigments taken from the dead rivers of Metro Manila in the Philippines.
A team of highly regarded anthropologists, art historians, genealogists, microbiologists, and other experts is set to reconstruct Leonardo da Vinci's face and determine his lifestyle using authoritative research and modern detective technologies, including DNA science.
The artist Mark Barnes uses a famous invasive vine, kudzu, as a primary material in his work, and several of the pieces are top-sellers in his area.
Archaeologists from Frankfurt University found evidence of a Roman village that was built on the remains of a military fort from 120 AD. The artifacts shed light on those that lived there many years ago.
Neanderthals may have seemed brutish and dumb, but they certainly had style. A new study has shown that before the prehistoric humanoids mysteriously disappeared from the face of the Earth, they were wearing eagle talons as jewelry on their bodies.
Enriching one's life with the beauty of nature, art and religion, such as seeing the Grand Canyon or Sistine Chapel, may help to boost the body's immune system, according to a new study.
The oldest art ever found, etched into a mollusk shell 540,000 years ago, hints at the sophistication of early humans, a new study shows.
Ancient Indonesia cave paintings at least 40,000 years old - depicting animals and the outline of human hands - are singlehandedly rewriting the history of human art, according to a new study.