An artist has caused a gold rush on a beach after apparently burying thousands of pounds worth of the precious metal there as part of an arts festival. Michael Sailstorfer says he has hidden 30 bars of 24-carat gold, worth £10,000, under the sand of Outer Harbour beach in Folkestone, Kent. People are being encouraged to search the beach after low tide – and can keep any gold that they find. Read More
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The world wide web is frequently cast as the great enemy of traditional culture, undermining the music industry, the film industry and publishing. Yet one form of art has now found a way through – perhaps even a way to thrive – and provide careers for artists of the future. The visual arts are booming online.
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Is Banksy the author of this street piece? The graffiti artwork was spotted on the side of a building in London Battersea and it depicts Max Clifford caught with his pants down and the writing “I can make you famous!!”.
With the Warhol exhibition the Palazzo Reale brings to Milan works by Andy Warhol from the Peter Brant collection. Works from all Warhol’s major periods are on display; from his earlyDeath and Disaster series, his celebrity portraits of Elizabeth Taylor and Marilyn Monroe, to a 1986 self-portrait.
A new study has found that electronic stimulation to a certain part of the brain could help you appreciate art better. Science!
The study, titled “The world can look better: enhancing beauty experience with brain stimulation” and published in the Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience journal, was conducted by Milanese psychologist Zaira Cattaneo and a team of fellow researchers.