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A close-up photo of a camera lens.

Interactive ‘Hansel and Gretel’ Exhibit Recreates the Feeling of Being Watched

Shambling around in a large, dark space with uneven floors and walls sounds like a particularly avant-garde brand of art installation. Over-head, flying drones buzz unseen while you bumble into your fellow art appreciators. And on the floor below you, the only light in the room projects your own path. The projections are an infrared […]

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Salvador Dali's painting, Cartel des Don Juan Tenorio, was stolen from a Manhattan gallery in June 2012.

Man Steals Dali Painting in NYC

Phivos Istavrioglou, a 29-year-old man from Athens, Greece, stole a Salvador Dali painting worth $150,000. Now he says “he knew the theft would catch up to him and he wants to make [the] situation right.” The painting, Cartel des Don Juan Tenorio, was taken from the Venus Over Manhattan Gallery in New York City in […]

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