A collection of scenic paintings by 7-year-old British boy Kieron Williamson sold out in a very short time for a very hefty amount of money—we’re talking half an hour and $236,000—at a gallery in Norfolk last weekend. That’s enough scratch to make the tedious nicknames that those clever media people can’t help but bestow ... (continued)
The effects of the massive BP oil spill are bound to find expression in art, and indeed, the Jonathan Ferrara Gallery in New Orleans has given a handful of artists space to show their visions of oil-covered pelicans ... (continued)
With an electorate estimated at 714 million voters, India began a massive five-part election on Thursday. The U.S. could learn a thing or two from the world’s biggest democracy. Indians have used e-voting since 2004, without the kinds of shenanigans that have become so familiar. Check out the BBC’s mega-coverage, including this gallery.