- Ex-art studio worker pleads guilty in 'Afghan Girl' theft Updated: Apr-25-16 4:18 pm
WEST CHESTER, Pennsylvania - A former suburban Philadelphia art gallery employee has pleaded guilty to her role in the theft of dozens of prints including the "Afghan Girl" photograph that once graced the cover of National Geographic.
- Art dealer pleads not guilty in $1 million embezzlement case Updated: Apr-22-16 7:37 pm
LOS ANGELES - A prominent Los Angeles art dealer pleaded not guilty Friday to three grand theft counts charging him with failing to pay more than $1 million to former Disney executive Michael Ovitz and another man for paintings he sold for them.
- Gallery sues over fines for artwork of partially nude woman Updated: Apr-19-16 2:35 pm
ENGLEWOOD, New Jersey - A New Jersey gallery has filed a federal lawsuit over a city code violation it received for displaying artwork of a partially nude woman in its store window.
- On one Havana street, gentrification exposes old inequality Updated: Apr-16-16 10:17 am
HAVANA - Halfway down Calle Habana, a crumbling two-story colonial building is being painstakingly restored by a Cuban-American businessman who fled as a child after the 1959 revolution. On the corner, brightly colored paintings hang in a home now converted into a chic art gallery.
- Mount Marty College hosting sculpture exhibit Updated: Apr-04-16 7:18 pm
YANKTON, South Dakota - Mount Marty College is hosting a sculpture exhibit showcasing fabricated fine art works by University of South Dakota art students and faculty.
- Gregory Peck portrait to be on display at Portrait Gallery Updated: Apr-04-16 2:01 am
WASHINGTON - A portrait of Gregory Peck will be on display at the National Portrait Gallery to mark the 100th anniversary of the actor's birth.