A collection of portraits of world leaders -- painted by none other than former world leader President George W. Bush -- goes on display in Dallas on Saturday.
By Kristin Miller
The National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., turns 73 on March 17. The project the gift of another American of great wealth, Andrew Mellon, who felt that the United States should have a gallery of art comparable…
By Larisa Epatko
Army Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joints Chiefs of Staff, isn’t reading much fiction these days. Instead, he said he’s been immersed in two nonfiction works: “The End of Power” by Moises Naim and “Present Shock” by Douglas Rushkoff.
By PBS NewsHour
Nearly seventy years after the end of World War II, the German government is intensifying its efforts to educate young Germans about Nazi war crimes and continues to pursue prosecution for those who committed them. William Brangham reports from Ludwigsburg,…
A realistic sculpture that depicts an older white male sleepwalking in white underwear has provoked controversy on the Wellesley College campus, with some calling it potentially “traumatizing” to female students and Wellesley residents who have suffered sexual assaults.
By Colleen Shalby
The Detroit Institute of the Arts holds several thousand works of art valued at hundreds of millions of dollars…
Unemployment benefits, rebuilding the Lower Ninth Ward, and 'The Strangers Project.'…
The first exhibition of "The Strangers Project" features a selection of anonymous journal entries written by strangers around New York and around the world. People are asked to write about whatever they want - as long as it's true.
Israel condemns U.S. spying, an immigrant family's success story and Iran through art.
PBS NewsHour for Thursday, December 19, 2013…
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