Star of the controversial Emmanuelle series of soft porn films, Sylvia Kristel, has died.
History was made at the Man Booker prize last night as Hilary Mantel became the first woman and the first British novelist, to win the prestigious Man Booker Prize twice and receive £50,000 as part of the prize. For her novel, Bring up the Bodies.
Kunsthal art museum in Rotterdam has been the victim of a daring art raid which saw 7 of its modern masterpieces stolen right from underneath their noses.
Five-day book fair, with New Zealand as guest of honour, has 7,300 exhibitors from 100 countries.
A new exhibition in Scotland, Lucknow to Lahore: Fred Bremner’s Vision of India, showcases photographs taken in British Raj India between 1882 and 1922.
The paintings were done with the artist’s blood and depict a situation of hope in the times of fragility.
Props and dresses from famous James Bond films such as Casino Royale, For Your Eyes Only and The World Is Not Enough are up for online bidding.
Visitors have paid €2,000 in just four days to see Cecilia Gimenez\'s terrible restoration in Borja church.
Over 250 rare and unseen artefacts from Pompeii and Herculaneum will go on show during a major exhibition at the British Museum next spring
A skeleton dug up from an excavation site at the Saint Ursula convent in Florence, Italy, does not belong to Mona Lisa.
Cutty Sark restoration wins Carbuncle Cup, annual prize given to the worst new piece of architecture in Britain.
The black Givenchy dress worn by Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's and Dorothy Gale costume from The Wizard of Oz will go on display.
The exhibition, China\'s Terracotta Warriors: The First Emperor\'s Legacy, is slated to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco.
Willy Russell’s hugely successful musical Blood Brothers will close its curtains for the final time on 27 October
An undersea exhibition on a sunken ship off the coast of the US state of Florida has been wooing divers into that surreal world through a photographic display
The portrait dates from the winter of 1786-7 during Burns's first visit to Edinburgh.