Whipped cream, decorated with cherry, the fly and the drone are the next sculpture, which took pride of place on the "fourth plinth" in London's Trafalgar square.
The work, entitled "the End" by the British poetess Heather Phillipson was conceived as a "monument to hubris and the coming collapse."
Art historians have identified the exact spot depicted in the last painting of the Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh's "tree Roots", The Guardian reports.
Similarities in 1890 with the real landscape near the French town of Auvers-sur-Oise, it was noticed with postcards of the early twentieth century. She first drew the attention of the Director on scientific work of the Institute van Gogh Wouter van der Veen.
. The Tate Modern opened in London after a four-month break, reports the Londonist.
The most-visited Museum of London (along with the British) can now come only in advance by purchasing a ticket online. Visitors are required to be masked and go strictly defined route.
. The hospital "stony brook" in Southampton (new York) accidentally found a warehouse with works by famous abstract expressionists of the twentieth century, reports the New York Post.
They were looking for a place to store the ventilator and additional hospital beds, and found more than a hundred paintings.
The experts of the National Union of hospitality industry (OIG) addressed to the Chairman of the government of the Russian Federation Mikhail Mishustin to consider a package of proposals concerning the lifting of restrictive measures in the sphere of tourist industry of St. Petersburg, told RIA Novosti in the press service of OIG.
Now the city banned the work of travel agencies, there are restrictions on the reception of tour groups in museums and the implementation of the agreements of the travel agencies and museums.
The Hermitage and the Russian Museum re-opened to visitors, while art lovers will have to comply with sanitary norms: they are introduced sessions and special routes, the use of protective masks necessary.
On Wednesday resumes the Main Museum complex of the State Hermitage and the General staff. Other exhibition complexes will be opened roughly from 1 August.
. Archaeologists have found the ruins of the Aztecs and the residence of the Spanish Conquistador Hernan Cortez in the Mexican capital, reports DW with reference to the statement of the Ministry of culture of the country.
They were discovered during restoration works in the building the Lombard house (Monte de Piedad), which since 1755 is located in the Central square of the capital.
. The court of cassation finally decided to return to the heirs of a painting by Camille Pissarro "picking peas" stolen from Jewish collector's Simone Bauer during the Second world war, according to France Info.
The current owners of the painting, a married couple Bruce and Robbie toll from the US, bought it in 1995 at a Christie's auction for 800 thousand dollars. They claim that they knew nothing about the origin of the work.
State Museum of fine arts named after Pushkin on Wednesday opened sales of online tickets, the press service of the Museum.
"The Pushkin Museum to them. A. S. Pushkin will open to visitors on 10 July. Online tickets can be purchased on the website from 1 July. The first projects that will be seen by the audience – the exhibition "From dürer to Matisse. Selected drawings from the collection of the Pushkin Museum. A. S. Pushkin" in the Main building and "Tattoo" in the Gallery of art of Europe and America XIX–XX centuries", - said in the message.
The General Director of the State Hermitage Mikhail Piotrovsky on Wednesday took part in the vote on the amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation, the correspondent of RIA Novosti.
Piotrovsky voted at the polling station No. 2195 in DDT "Transfiguration", he arrived in a mask and gloves.
The Moscow Kremlin museums (CMI) will reopen to visitors on 3 July, said on Wednesday the press service of the Museum.
The Armoury chamber architectural ensemble of the Cathedral square is organized by sessions.
The state Historical Museum in Moscow after a long break, opened for visitors on Wednesday, guests can visit a new exhibition project "Medics in the war," he told RIA Novosti the Agency Director Alexei Levykin.
Historical Museum, like many other cultural institutions were closed for visitors from March 18 to prevent the spread of a new coronavirus infection.
. Blue and white Chinese vase has sold at online auction for 1.6 million dollars, which is 320 times higher than the appraised value of five thousand dollars, according to Artnet.
For many years she was kept in one of the houses in New England.
A team of archaeologists has discovered another prehistoric site near Stonehenge, according to the website of the University of St Andrews.
It represents more than twenty mines, with a width of about ten meters and a depth of five metres. They form a circle with a diameter of about two kilometers near the Neolithic settlement of Durrington-walls, which is located three kilometers from Stonehenge.
. A fisherman accidentally found in the river SAR, in North-West Spain granite sculpture of the virgin Mary with the child, the age inferred is approximately 700 years, reports The Guardian.
"Fishing I slipped on a stone and noticed that it is square, which is very strange for the river, but when I looked closer, I distinguished a Cape, head and realized that he had found something unusual," — said a local resident Fernando Bray Spanish newspaper Voz de Galicia.
. Saudi Arabia plans to build a special Museum, which will be exhibited the work of Leonardo da Vinci's "the Savior of the world," according to Middle East Monitor, citing information from the Wall Street Journal.
This was stated by the Deputy Minister of culture of the country Hamid bin Mohammed Fayez. This famous painting was acquired at auction Christie's in 2017, the crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammed bin Salman for $ 450 million.
Israeli archaeologists have figured out where exactly was the Great wall of China in the current Mongolian steppes, according to Le Figaro.
"The construction of this section of the wall — a massive medieval project, which, oddly enough, very few mentions in historical documents", — said the head of research Professor Gideon Shelak-Lavi c of the Department of Asian studies at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
. The couple discovered during the renovation of their home in the suburbs Bode in Northern Norway, a glass bead and an iron axe of the Viking times, according to local newspaper The Local.
Presumably the age of the finds is a thousand years.
. Platinumy ship Crew Dragon delivered to the ISS a series of heavy-duty works by American artist street art Tristan Eaton, according to Artnet.
The company, Space X, Elon musk ordered it to decorate the first journey of the rocket in space. Each work is packaged in a protective case, equipped with a message from the author and the greeting to the astronauts of the ISS.
. A giant picture of a healthcare worker without a face, but the mask appeared in front of the Queens Museum in new York, according to Artnet.
Drawing created as a tribute to the memory of the victims COVID-19 artist Cuban-American Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada, he suggests that soon will end.
. User using the service Art Breeder recreated the famous face of the Emperor with the pseudo-photographic accuracy, according to Le Figaro.
Independent photographer from Amsterdam Bass Warwick (Bas Uterwijk), hiding under the pseudonym Gandbrood, loaded in Art Breeder several portraits of Napoleon, and clothing were taken from the paintings of Jacques-Louis David in 1812.
Russian museums expect much individual visitors and hope for financial support from sponsors at the end of measures in connection with the coronavirus, said the experts of the Museum industry during the panel discussion "Museum after isolation as a return visitor: challenges and solutions".
"Some time we'll be in a situation of difficult communication with the public, difficult to attract the public in the mode of physical presence," said the Director of the Museum of Moscow Anna Trapkova. The difficulty of attracting an audience, she connects with the museums according to the instructions of the CPS.
. The insurer, Steadfast, filed a lawsuit against the company T. F. Nugent, which has damaged the self "Sailor" of the famous painter Pablo Picasso, according to Artnet.
In may 2018 collector Steve Wynn withdrew the painting from auction at Christie's in new York, after an employee of the contractor T. F. Nugent, painting the walls in the gallery Christie's, accidentally dropped a paint roller and made a hole with a diameter slightly over 11 centimeters in the work of Picasso.