According to a new report from Knight Frank and WealthInsight, fine art was the worst performing collectible last year, with prices down 3 percent.» Read More
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CNBC's John Harwood takes a look at the changing demographics of the U.S. and its implications for the nation's economy and culture.
Despite a nationalistic reputation, more than a third of Chinese pick the U.S. as their ideal country - for now, a WPP survey found.
The Oscar-nominated film "The Wolf of Wall Street" took its artistic liberties too far, says one former Stratton Oakmont employee.
Don't count Netflix co-founder Mitch Lowe among the thousands who spent an entire weekend watching "House of Cards."
"Kissing Coppers," a mural removed from a building in Brighton, England, was purchased by an anonymous telephone buyer, Fine Art Auctions Miami says.
A New York City art dealer is offering three works by the elusive British street artist Banksy at a Miami auction.
Shirley Temple, the child star who sang and danced her way into the hearts of Depression-era moviegoers, has died, according to her publicist.
Art often imitates stocks—at least when it comes to prices. But so far this year, stock markets are down and art is up.
Award-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead in his apartment in New York City on Sunday.
In China, cultural traditions are under threat as village life, the bedrock of Chinese culture, disappears amid rapid urbanization, the NY Times reports.
Asia may have grown more modern, but Chinese around the region still turn to local geomancers for advice as the year of the wooden horse gallops in.
New York antiquities dealer Subhash Kapoor is accused of running a global art theft ring for years, authorities tell CNBC.
The billionaire ex-wife of a U.S. casino magnate bought the world's most expensive painting sold at an auction, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The Philippines aims to recover three paintings that a former aide of Imelda Marcos has been jailed in the United States for trying to sell.
A growing number of trendy city-dwellers are taking lessons in archaic – and sometimes weird – skills to stand out from the crowd.
It is often more difficult for those seeking restitution to win it in the U.S. than in Germany or many other European countries, experts say.
The ownership of the artwork has been contested during a three-week trial in which Fawcett's final wishes and her relationship with O'Neal were dissected.
Edward Hopper's famous portrait of economic hardship has just become the new symbol of unbridled wealth.
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