We're back with another edition of "15 Minutes With a Price Database Power User," our interview series where we catch up with the art world's most influential players.
This remarkably ordinary woman took photos with hundreds of celebrities—and her scrapbook is an accidental work of art:
Attendance has always been a narrow way to define success. That's why this museum is using data science to measure its "social impact":
Three enchantingly painted houses in the lost city of Pompeii are finally open to the public after a 40-year restoration project:
What do the protests in Hong Kong mean for art? Find out in our latest podcast episode:
Tomás Saraceno just earned a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records—many times over.
This week, our podcast features a personal account from a native Hong Konger watching her city reckon with its future.
The Actor Who Played Robocop Is Now an Art Historian, and He’s Returning to Detroit With a New Mission: Renaissance Art
Forty-two Dutch institutions have found 170 works of art that they suspect may have been stolen or confiscated under duress during the Nazi era—and they're starting the process of returning them to their rightful homes.
K-Pop supergroup #BTS is on a mission to take over the world. And on this mission, the latest ally is contemporary art: