The sale of a mural by secretive British graffiti artist, Banksy, has been unexpectedly halted in Miami. The mural had been taken from a wall in north London, prompting an outcry from the local community.
For Wednesday's Geo-Quiz, we take you to Vienna, in search of a famous museum. Recently, this museum featured a special exhibit featuring nude men. And, it turns out, quite a few people wanted to see the exhibit...in the nude.
A Catholic priest in Spain is trying something new to bring in parishioners. He commissioned some graffiti artists to decorate the interior of his church's dome. But it's graffiti in a Romanesque style.
Boubacar Sadek is believed to be the last remaining master calligrapher in Mali. He fled Timbuktu with rare documents. He now makes a living in the capital Bamako. Laura Lynch reports for the CBC and The World.
Emma LeBlanc has spent much of the past five years in Syria, documenting life there with a camera. LeBlanc has assembled an exhibit of photographs taken at a ballet school in a Damascus, as a way to show daily life routines during times of conflict.
Ever heard of an architectural style being knocked off? Well Zaha Hadid has. The Iraqi-British architect unveiled her designs for the Wangjing Soho complex in Beijing in 2011, but a building that looks a lot like Hadid's is also going up in Chongqing.
Whatever else you do while you're in Myanmar, be sure to save time for wandering around downtown Yangon. You might see a nat house, a shrine that's home to diverse universe of spirits worshiped in Myanmar.
Egypt's famous ancient treasures and sites were in danger as the country's police collapsed amidst massive protests calling for democracy. The tourists have begun trickling back and authorities are taking stock. The World's Ben Gilbert reports from Cairo.
Downturns are everywhere, except perhaps in the art market. Take for example the work of controversial artist Damien Hirst. His gold-hoofed cow in a vat of formaldehyde is expected to sell for millions today at Sothebys. The World's Laura Lynch reports.
On today's Geo Quiz we were searching for a towering bronze statue. It was unveiled this weekend to mark Senegal's 50 years of independence from France. Tidiane Sy reports for the BBC World Service's Network Africa.
A woman in the Scottish Highlands is using roadkill to make sporrans. The traditional pouch worn on a leather strap or chain with a kilt can be made of many materials such as seal, fox, deer and even duck. Jeb Sharp speaks with Kate MacPherson.
Spain's 4th largest city is on our Geo Quiz radar today. Just outside the old city center, there's a neighborhood called Polï¿½gono San Pablo. The neighborhood's just been transformed into a public art gallery of sorts.
Jonathan Shapiro, known by his pen name, Zapiro, is the most widely recognized political cartoonist in South Africa. His cartoons challenge the leaders of this new democracy. The World's Carol Hills reports.