New York's Museum of Modern Art throws its support to save two Picasso murals in Oslo and the building they are part of.
DrFumblefinger does some window-shopping in Venice.
PHeymont discovers that a seemingly whimsical sculpture in a plaza in Seville is actually a serious homage to an important woman.
A series of figures representing different trades make the facade of a former bank a memorable spot.
Literally equipped with bells and whistles—and flashing lights—a new device will warn visitors when they've gotten too close to each other.
PHeymont takes a look at how one of Europe's oldest cathedrals came to have so much stunning modern art.
Time ravages great beauties and sometimes restores them. Marilyn Jones shares with us a book that chronicles some astonishing recent examples.
Check out the Rijksmuseum's new super-hi-res photo image of one of the world's most famous paintings.
Built as a centenary tribute to the Métro, the Place Colette entrance at Palais Royal/Louvre makes a strong contrast to the Art Nouveau originals
A new high-tech method gives valiuable objects an invisible signature that can trace it back to its home if stolen.
PHeymont reminds us that while statues are usually meant to impress with importance, sometimes they can leave us laughing
Classic railway promotion posters from the 1930s have been republished to remind travelers not to come back—yet.
Philadelphia's lively and historic Rittenhouse Square is one of Jonathan L's favorite places to visit. He shares his views and thoughts.
A landmark New York building is being turned into condos, with a plan for a museum on the immense ground floor former bank hall.
A symbol of how much Canadians love their hockey! A special monument outside of the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto commemorates a great Canadian victory over the Soviet Union's hockey team in 1972.