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Has Frida Kahlo’s Voice Finally Been Revealed?

Her artwork is known by all, her style of clothing inspired the greatest designers, and she even appeared in a short series of silent films... but have we actually heard her voice? A recording that could contain the voice of the great Frida Kahlo has been made public.

Has Salvator Mundi Been Found?

After Salvator Mundi sold at Christie's in 2017 for $450 million, the world's most expensive painting disappeared without explanation. Now, Kenny Schachter, a writer for Artnet News, has received crucial information about its current location ...

A Picasso in a Barn

The Fondation Beyeler, in collaboration with Swisscom, launched the #myprivatepicasso contest last month and the lucky winner displayed Picasso's Bust of a Woman with a Hat (Dora) in his barn!

The History of Notre Dame

On April 15, a fire broke out at Notre-Dame in Paris, leading to the destruction of its roof and spire. Here we look back on the rich history and architectural details of the 12th-century Gothic cathedral, which has become a symbol of France.

The Triumphant Tintoretto

The National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC hosts North America's first large-scale retrospective of the Venetian Renaissance master in celebration of the 500th anniversary of his birth.

Spend a Night with the Mona Lisa

Airbnb has partnered with the Louvre to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the famous Glass Pyramid and for the occasion, one lucky winner will spend a night at the museum among priceless artworks like the Mona Lisa and Venus de Milo.

Basquiat, the radiant child

Despite a career that lasted only a decade, Jean Michel Basquiat succeeded in influencing the American art scene in a way that few others managed to do. His powerful forms of expression, full of symbolism, texts and stick figures whose critical motives were directed against the commercialization and racist structures of America in the 1980's are as relevant today as when Basquiat was at the peak of his career.

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