Emily Ratajkowski bares her post-baby midriff in a black bra top outside NYC’s Metropolitan Museum

Emily Ratajkowski bares her taut post-baby midriff in a black bra top as she and a pal take in an exterior art exhibit outside NYC’s Metropolitan Museum By Dailymail.com Reporter Published: 17:19 BST, 10 April 2021 | Updated: 17:28 BST, 10 April 2021 She is mother to a newborn son. But on Friday, Emily Ratajkowski took … Read more

Egypt holds spectacular parade transporting 22 mummies of its most famous pharaohs to museum

Egypt held a spectacular parade to transport 22 mummies of its most famous pharaohs from central Cairo to their new resting place at a museum. The ceremony snaked along the Nile corniche from the Egyptian Museum overlooking Tahrir Square to the newly opened National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat, Cairo, where Egypt’s first Islamic … Read more

Sword placed on Captain Sir Tom Moore’s coffin will go on display at Yorkshire museum

The sword placed on Captain Sir Tom Moore‘s coffin inscribed with the badge of his old unit, the Duke of Wellington’s Regiment, will go on display at a Yorkshire museum. The specially-commissioned blade appeared on the casket alongside the union flag, Cpt Sir Tom’s war medals and his knighthood medal during the funeral last month.  … Read more

Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik have a sweet family outing with baby Khai to a museum in New York City

Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik looked inseparable on Friday when they stepped out for a family trip to the museum with their baby daughter Khai. The 25-year-old model and the 28-year-old pop star were spotted together outside the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. The trip was only the second time the … Read more

Archaeology: British Museum reveals new treasures including Iron Age tweezers and a medieval ‘meme’

A trove of treasures uncovered in 2020 including a wax seal stamp of an Elephant with a ‘war-tower’ and a medieval ‘meme’ has been revealed by the British Museum. The meme-like item is a unique mount, perhaps worn as a badge, depicting a knight stepping out of a snail shell that appears to be mounted … Read more

Sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor opens new underwater museum off Cannes coast

He’s the sculptor whose work gives you a certain sinking feeling. Jason deCaires Taylor is known for creating underwater museums that feature fascinating sculpture collections. He’s created aquatic sculpture gardens in locations such as Mexico, Grenada, the Bahamas, Lanzarote, the Maldives – though this one was partially destroyed after it was deemed offensive – Norway … Read more

Jason deCaires Taylor unveils new underwater museum off the coast of Cannes 

He’s the sculptor whose work gives you a certain sinking feeling. Jason deCaires Taylor is known for creating underwater museums that feature fascinating sculpture collections. He’s created aquatic sculpture gardens in locations such as Mexico, Grenada, the Bahamas, Lanzarote, the Maldives – though this one was partially destroyed after it was deemed offensive – Norway … Read more

London’s Science Museum reopens as an NHS vaccination centre this week

London‘s world-renowned Science Museum reopens as a Covid-19 vaccination centre on Thursday (March 11).  The museum on Exhibition Road in South Kensington, which was founded in 1857, will serve north-west London as part of the NHS‘s vaccination programme.  Vaccinations will take place in Special Exhibition Gallery 1, a vast temporary exhibition space where thousands of artefacts have … Read more

Ironbridge Museum launches hunt for ‘hidden LGBTQ workers’ of the industrial revolution

A museum is to use Government cash to host a virtual drag queen night to kick-start a research project to find gay, lesbian and transgender Britons who may have helped in the Industrial Revolution more than 200 years ago.  The Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust runs sites in the Shropshire Valley region known for its 18th … Read more

British Museum director hits back in row with former trustee Sir Antony Gormley

The Parthenon Marbles: The Parthenon Marbles – popularly named the Elgin Marbles after the7th  Earl of Elgin, the man who took them from Greece – are a collection of classical Greek marble sculptures, inscriptions and architectural members that were mostly created by Phidias and his assistants. The Earl of Elgin, Thomas Bruce, removed the Parthenon Marble … Read more