Photographer captures the beauty of Europe's abandoned buildings
Never-before-seen photos capture The Beatles at Abbey Road
'Ambiguously Yours': How Hong Kong challenges gender norms through art
Captivating portraits of modern-day samurai
Illustrating world's most widely distributed book
Sergei Polunin: Ballet's most talented rebel?
Ren Hang's controversial nudes
Photos show Warhol's holiday to China
Experts mistook this masterpiece for a copy -- missing out on a small fortune
Iranian artists defy Western stereotypes in a new group exhibition
Martin Schoeller's 'honest' portraiture
The poetry and politics of Wolfgang Tillmans
How do you breathe in Hong Kong?
Banksy opens hotel in Bethlehem
The final moments of a forgotten theme park
Art's complicated ties to religion
By Aaron Rosen
The notion of contemporary artists as godless marauders on a quest to offend is compelling stuff. However, it tells only a small part of the story.
Shanghai hotel transports 'guests' back in time
By Dean Irvine, CNN
From hypermodern, twisted skyscrapers and levitating trains to frenetic street-life, a visit to Shanghai can result in sensory overload.
A brief history of art and eroticism
By Olivier Zahm
Erotic art has become an expression of the visceral, vital, subconscious power that we call desire, of which sexuality is merely one of many manifestations.
Container ship artists turn life at sea into art
By Adam White, CNN
The vast container ships that line the deep waters of Hong Kong share a ponderous beauty as they make their way across one of the world's busiest harbors.
Rare images of a hidden Morocco
By Nosmot Gbadamosi and Tom Bouchier Hayes, CNN
Local photographer Ali Chraibi's intimate images give a glimpse into a Morocco rarely seen by tourists.
A 9,500-year-old skull gets a 3D makeover
By Dalya Alberge, CNN
At the British Museum, visitors can meet the man behind the man behind a 9,500-year-old plastered skull, thanks to an extraordinary reconstruction effort.
Wong Kar Wai's rebel set photographer
By Wilfred Chan, for CNN
Few artists are lucky enough to work for legendary Hong Kong film director Wong Kar Wai. Even fewer are brave enough to defy him.
How women artists see one another
By Emily Butler
Since its inception, women have been at the forefront of the experimentation with photography, offering visionary images of themselves and their peers.