The 17th Kolkata Film Festival (KFF) has organized a photographic exhibition comprised of B & W pictures clicked by filmmaker Satyajit Ray between 1957 and 1969.
Geoffrey Rush deserves a big note to himself for being hailed as a finalist for 2012 Australian of the Year Award.
The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, the most gorgeous fashion show in the world, drew international attention as the hottest supermodels in lingerie sashayed down the runway at NYC's Lexington Avenue Armory on Wednesday night, Nov. 9.
The international "pavement art" event has gone on for years, dazzling local residents, but Sarasota, Fla. officials decided to clean the streets immediately after the festival was finished. See fallen angels rendered in chalk, 3D terracotta LEGO soldiers, street-wide mosaics and more in these videos and photos, as artists from around the world create beauty on pavement.
The most beautiful women on the planet will be vying for the Miss World 2011 crown at the Earls Court exhibition center in London on Sunday. And the competition is so intense that 36 contestants qualified in the beach beauty segment, instead of the usual 20.
The Mayor Gallery in London is showcasing 44 never-seen-before drawings by American poet Sylvia Plath
Starting Nov. 4, The Jewish Museum will present "Radical Camera," a series of photos from New York's famous Photo League, led by Sid Grossman. Here, see photos from the exhibit, and experience how these photographers, almost all recent immigrants, blended art with progressive ideals to paint a stunning picture of New York life in the early 20th century.
Eastman Kodak, the ailing imaging giant, met with hedge funds including Cerberus Capital and Silverpoint to raise as much as $900 million in bridge financing.
After months of anticipation and excitement, the winners of the Veolia Environment Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2011 were announced yesterday.
The video "Hot Chicks of Occupy Wall Street" has become an internet sensation since it was posted just six days ago. Critics have accused photographer Steven Greenstreet of sexism and objectification of women. But Greenstreet reveals that, though his initial intentions may have been sophomoric, the video transformed into something more than just some pretty faces.