MIAMI - One of the world's leading databases of stolen works of art is offering to help the Cuban government recover dozens of modernist works missing from Havana's National Museum of Fine Arts.
LONDON - The Viking exhibition opening on Thursday at the British Museum has axes, swords, helmets, dragon figureheads and, as its centerpiece, a 37-metre-long (121-feet) Viking warship that is the longest ever excavated.
AMSTERDAM - Dutch writer and comedian Herman Koch's novel "Summerhouse with Swimming Pool" follows hot on the heels of "The Dinner", a study of racism, madness and death in an outwardly respectable middle-class family which proved a surprise international hit.
WASHINGTON - George W. Bush, U.S. president turned painter, will have his artwork featured in an exhibit for the first time in April.
NEW YORK - "Concealed in Death," by J.D. Robb shot to the top of the U.S. bestsellers list on Thursday, pushing "Private L.A." into second place.
LOS ANGELES - When Jennifer Lawrence tripped on her way to accept her best actress Oscar last year, her blush pink princess-like Dior Haute Couture gown was captured in all its glory as the unscripted moment made ripples around the world.
NEW YORK - Several collectors filed a $40 million lawsuit on Friday against the foundation of late New York City painter Keith Haring, which has publicly stated roughly 80 works owned by the dealers are fakes.
MIAMI - A mural created on the side of a building by the elusive British street artist known as "Banksy" sold for $575,000 on Tuesday, along with dozens of other graffiti-style works at a Miami auction being closely watched due to the soaring value of street art.
MIAMI - Miami police have arrested a local artist who they say destroyed a $1 million vase by Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei to protest that the city's newly opened museum is only displaying international art. | Video
- "The Chase," by Janet Evanovich and Lee Goldberg, landed atop the U.S. bestsellers list on Thursday in its first week, as last week's top seller, "Concealed Death," dropped to third.