AI-generated art cannot receive copyrights, US court says
The fast-growing field of generative AI has raised novel intellectual property issues.
Taking an artistic leap
Norhayati Ahmad never picked up a paintbrush until recently but has since discovered an artistic talent.
Painting brings new meaning for mother in post-pandemic disorder
Nurul Hayati Ahmad never realised her talent in art but has now embarked with her daughter on a new vocation.
The painter of dreams
Norhayati Ahmad has always enjoyed art but only recently discovered her own talent in painting.
Money laundering in the world of art
In Malaysia, there is no specific format of assessment to be followed by all artists.
Art in a graveyard
Visitors flock to the Good Fortune Pavilion in Bukit Seputih, where an unusual art exhibition was held for the first time in a burial ground.
US billionaire returns US$70 million worth of stolen antiquities
This allows 80-year-old Michael Steinhardt to avoid indictment and trial for the time being, but bans him for life from acquiring antiques on the legal art market.
Artists plead for show to go on during lockdown
They say art is a cultural asset and that exhibitions should be allowed to continue as there is no telling when the pandemic will end.
Aussie art festival cancels plan to soak Union Jack in indigenous blood
The European artist said the installation aimed to convey the pain and destruction caused by colonialism.
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