They were as much a symbol of Paris as croissants and the Eiffel Tower, though they had more than a whiff of scandal from the start.
Bubble tea fans can frolic in a pool of 100,000 plastic purple pearls, take photos on a bubble tea IV drip, and swing on a giant wrecking ball at a new exhibit in Singapore. The pop-up aims to be a “one-stop happy place” for visitors who love the tea-based beverage loaded with milk, sugar and […]
NEW YORK — Could “Friends” fans BE any luckier? Those who have snagged tickets to the New York City Pop-Up experience based on the comedy favorite will get to plop down on the orange couch at Central Perk, play foosball in Joey and Chandler’s apartment and marvel at Rachel’s haircuts through the show’s 10 seasons. […]
The “Interactive Garage” exhibit at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame will enable its visitors to play instruments.
Manolo Blahnik and the Wallace Collection are collaborating on an exhibition called “An Enquiring Mind: Manolo Blahnik at the Wallace Collection.”
SAN FRANCISCO, United States — Before Instagram and Facebook, before selfies and filters that perfect selfies, there was Andy Warhol, using his art to imbue friends, family, celebrities — even himself — with a certain mystique. BUY: Andy Warhol―From A to B and Back Again A retrospective of Warhol’s work on display in San Francisco […]
Titian’s series of large-scale mythological paintings, also known as the “poesie,” will be brought together for the time since 1704.
“Tatsuo Miyajima: Being Coming”, the Japanese artist’s largest solo show to date, will open on May 18 at Shanghai Minsheng Art Museum in China.