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Digital photography experts confirm the integrity of Paul Hansen’s image files
Following recent discussion and speculation in the media about the photograph by Paul Hansen, selected as World Press Photo of the Year 2012 by the contest jury, World Press Photo has submitted the image files for a forensic analysis.
Inaugural edition of Asia Week Hong Kong will launch on 22 May 2013
Asia Week Hong Kong will launch its inaugural edition taking place from 22 – 29 May, premiering with a week-long series of curated events and programming, to showcase and promote the best of Asian art from the antiquities to the contemporary.
The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam reopens 1 May
Sunflowers, The bedroom, Irises, Cornfield with crows, The potato eaters and other top pieces are on show during the anniversary exhibition 'Van Gogh at work' marking the reopening of the museum.
Damien Hirst catalogue divides art dealers
One of the enduring mysteries of the contemporary art market is to be solved later this spring. Damien Hirst is preparing to publish a complete catalogue of every single one of his famous "dot paintings," revealing for the first time exactly how many of them exist.
Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands opens Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands led the official opening ceremony for the transformed Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam on Saturday, turning a giant golden key at midday to mark the occasion.
Unusual performance at MoMA
Visitors to the Museum of Modern Art in New York had the chance to see an unusual performance on Saturday: Oscar-winning actress Tilda Swinton sleeping in a glass box for some six-and-a-half hours.