The Louvre believes The Carters got 10 million people to go 'APESHIT' at the museum this year.
New tests on a centuries-old charcoal drawing have revealed that it may have been a starting point for da Vinci's masterpiece.
And Dippy the Dinosaur says goodbye to London's Natural History Museum.
Matthew Barney put a sculpture of slaughtered bull in his front yard.
Their new video for "Smile Mona Lisa" smile is either a masterpiece, or the beginning of the apocalypse.
Also, shots were fired at a Berlin LGBT museum, BP ended its controversial sponsorship of the Tate, and the chair in which J.K. Rowling wrote Harry Potter is for sale (again).
What's often lost in the reporting of foreign labor in the United Arab Emirates are of the workers themselves.