A hacker under the alias "Guccifer" gained access to some personal photos and sensitive correspondence from members of the Bush family and friends, including Dubya's paintings.
As long as art remains subsidized by the government, it will always be censored.
How can someone without any artistic background understand and appreciate modern art? American curator Linda Green explains.
The destruction of historical monuments erases the record of past civilizations for the short-sighted egoism of today's living people. We should do something about it.
President Bush has taken up painting, and the subject of his art may say more than the former leader of the free world is at liberty to tell the public.
A “Jew in a Box” might be controversial and uncomfortable, it might feel gimmicky or contrived, but it is also encouraging dialogue within a typically skirted subject.
"Creative Europe"will allocate more than €1.5bn for European arts for 2014-2020. However, can it be the solution to the problematic framework due to austerity? Is money the problem?
Censorship of graffiti and street art critical of the Olympic Games is wrong. New Banksy street art brings this controversy to the limelight.