An ancient Tibetan silk tapestry set a world record for Chinese art when it was sold for $57m at auction.
Fresh out of high school, Ruby Lyon is already stepping into what promises to be a notable acting career.
A French photographer has recreated comic book and Star Wars icons in Flemish-style paintings.
Artist Simon Denny's parents told him to follow his love and he'd find a way to make it pay. And finally it has.
A collaborative exhibition by two of New Zealand's best-loved artists offers a rare opportunity for Waikato Museum visitors.
After a decade of sculpting in a friend's garage, Tracey McCarthy has unveiled her work.
The time-honoured notion of artists suffering for their work is alive and well in Hawke's Bay.
The former home and studio of Bill Sutton, one of New Zealand's most celebrated modern artists, may be saved from demolition.
Two Wellington contemporary jewellers have been chosen to show their work at a top European exhibition.
As TV3 begins work on Funny Girls, an all-woman sketch show, Jess McAllen asks why it's still hard being a female comedian.
Neon art and spinning speakers have taken over a central Auckland park for the annual Art in the Dark event.
He may be New Zealand's greatest living painter but Grahame Sydney claims his work is disdained by art world nobs.
Long-time art collector Barry Hopkins donates his $2.4 million art collection to the Waikato Museum.
Meet Kyle Pharo and his project Light Fingers, an interactive light installation where you can control 10 search lights on Auckland's night sky.
Auckland Art in the Dark poet Karen Maurice O’Leary aka Bright Calm City reveales where she finds inspiration.
As Art in the Dark lights up Western Park in Auckland we introduce you to some of the artists.
Chef Richard Till has selected 100 of his favourite tea towels to show off to the public.
What exactly is contemporary dance and why are New Zealand-trained dancers excelling in it?
No one beats Reg Mombassa when it comes to NZ artists having their work reused or reproduced in new ways.
Hollywood actor Cliff Curtis is going back to his roots with money from tonight’s New Zealand Arts Awards.
Photos of whitebaiters, the Tuhoe iwi and NZ's nightlife win Peter Quinn NZ Geographic award.
So, what does Masterton have that Manhattan doesn't? Art curator and writer Alice Hutchison knows.
You will have seen her on your television screens in some capacity over the past decade, and now her work will be gracing a gallery near you some time in the near future too.
In the Vatican's Sistine Chapel, the halo around Jesus Christ's head in Michelangelo's famous frescoes shines brighter.
Ethics – not politics – appear to be behind a prominent art patron’s decision to reallocate her financial support for Nicky Hager at the Venice Biennale.
A painting by NZ artist Charles Frederick Goldie fetches the highest price of the 2014 auction season.
Douglas Lilburn isn't a household name but is set to join the NZ Music Hall of Fame.
A former Coromandel teen has taken out one of the world's biggest ballet prizes for young people.
Hone Tuwhare's legacy arrives home today, with New Zealand's third Koha for the Crib in Dunedin tonight.
Kim Knight discovers why Kiwi potters are all fired up about their craft.