Artists' impression

This gallery comprises images from various parts of the world mainly focusing art and artists such as, a circus artist dancing with a lion, artists from "Le cirque Plume"  and work displayed at International Indigenous Art, at the National Gallery in Ottawa and numerous other exhibits around the globe.

It also includes images from the new 'Rain Room' installation at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in Manhattan in New York City. — Photo by Agencies

Oleksiy Pinko, a circus artist, dances with a lion during presentation of the new program in Ukraine
Oleksiy Pinko, a circus artist, dances with a lion during presentation of the new program in Ukraine's National Circus in Kiev, Ukraine. — AP Photo
Artist Vernon Ah Kee
Artist Vernon Ah Kee's looks at his work during a media preview of Sakahàn: International Indigenous Art, at the National Gallery in Ottawa, which is the largest-ever global survey of contemporary Indigenous art. — AP Photo
Visitors gather in the new
Visitors gather in the new 'Rain Room' installation at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in Manhattan on May 15, 2013 in New York City. The 5,000 square-foot installation creates a field of falling water that stops in the area where people walk through, allowing them to remain dry. The piece, created by Random International, releases a 260-gallon per minute shower around visitors. — AFP Photo
Visitors gather in the new
Visitors gather in the new 'Rain Room' installation at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in Manhattan on May 15, 2013 in New York City. The 5,000 square-foot installation creates a field of falling water that stops in the area where people walk through, allowing them to remain dry. The piece, created by Random International, releases a 260-gallon per minute shower around visitors. — AFP Photo
Artists from "Le cirque Plume" company perform during the rehearsal of "Tempus Fugit ?" show on May 15, 2013 in Besançon, eastern France. — AFP Photo
Artists from "Le cirque Plume" company perform during the rehearsal of "Tempus Fugit ?" show on May 15, 2013 in Besançon, eastern France. — AFP Photo
Artist from "Le cirque Plume" company performs during the rehearsal of "Tempus Fugit?" show on May 15, 2013 in Besançon, eastern France. — AFP Photo
Artist from "Le cirque Plume" company performs during the rehearsal of "Tempus Fugit?" show on May 15, 2013 in Besançon, eastern France. — AFP Photo
Viewers walk past artist Jonathan Jones
Viewers walk past artist Jonathan Jones' 68 Fletcher, Bondi, 20:20, 8.6.03., during a media preview of Sakahàn: International Indigenous Art, at the National Gallery in Ottawa, Wednesday, which is the largest-ever global survey of contemporary Indigenous art— AP Photo
Artist from "Le cirque Plume" company performs during the rehearsal of "Tempus Fugit ?" show on May 15, 2013 in Besançon, eastern France. — AFP Photo
Artist from "Le cirque Plume" company performs during the rehearsal of "Tempus Fugit ?" show on May 15, 2013 in Besançon, eastern France. — AFP Photo
Artist from "Le cirque Plume" company performs during the rehearsal of "Tempus Fugit ?" show on May 15, 2013 in Besançon, eastern France. — AFP Photo
Artist from "Le cirque Plume" company performs during the rehearsal of "Tempus Fugit ?" show on May 15, 2013 in Besançon, eastern France. — AFP Photo
This photo taken on May 3, 2013, shows the painting "Number 19" by Jackson Pollock on display during a preview of Christie
This photo taken on May 3, 2013, shows the painting "Number 19" by Jackson Pollock on display during a preview of Christie's Impressionist and Modern Art sales in New York. — AFP Photo
This photo taken on May 3, 2013, in New York City, shows the painting "Dustheads" by Jean-Michel Basquiat on display during a preview of Christie
This photo taken on May 3, 2013, in New York City, shows the painting "Dustheads" by Jean-Michel Basquiat on display during a preview of Christie's Impressionist and Modern Art sales. A blockbuster auction of Contemporary art in New York, including a record $58.4 million for a Jackson Pollock drip painting, fetched nearly half a billion dollars on Wednesday - the biggest haul ever at an art auction. Leading the frenzied charge were the Pollock and a work by one-time graffiti artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, which set a

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