Campbell’s 10-year-old daughter, Kestrel, leaves random clothes lying around from time to time, and most often, Campbell – slightly annoyed – tosses them into the washing basket.
Sculptor Xavier Mascaro’s art transcends time to showcase ancient civilisations and history.
Move over Pokemon and Hello Kitty, in coronavirus-hit Japan, a new character has captured hearts and hopes: Amabie, a beak-nosed, long-locked mythical mermaid monster said to repel plagues.
Cambodia's shadow puppet tradition goes back to the 7th century and has survived the collapse of empires, wars and Khmer Rouge reign of terror that left some 1.7 million people dead.
Couples who want children of their own got a brief taste of parenthood by creating their own "digital babies" during a virtual reality art exhibit in the Netherlands.
The British Museum said Thursday it had acquired 103 "lost" drawings from the 19th century of Japanese artist Hokusai, whose internationally renowned work includes the iconic "The Great Wave".
British artist Sacha Jafri paces barefoot back and forth across his giant canvas stretched across the ballroom floor of a Dubai hotel, listening to a young girl singing.
On Miami Beach, more than 60 cars sculpted out of sand are drawing attention at this year's Art Basel international festival, but the aim of their creator is as much about raising awareness of climate change as tickling art lovers' palates.
American Fashion in the 1930s and ‘40s,” the Chicago History Museum’s newest exhibit, features 30 dresses from Paris, New York, Chicago, and Hollywood that tell the story of how fashion in movies guided the ensembles of women during that time.