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Artist Ai Weiwei fills gallery with 100 million sunflower seedsupdated: Sun Oct 17 2010 05:28:00

A maverick Chinese artist has filled the main hall in London's famous Tate Modern art gallery with 100 million sunflower seeds.

Chinese artist brings seeds to Londonupdated: Sun Oct 17 2010 05:28:00

CNN's Eileen Hsieh shows artist Ai Weiwei's latest work in London's Tate Modern Museum involving 100 million ceramic seeds.

Tate porcelain seeds 'could damage health'updated: Fri Oct 15 2010 12:46:00

Visitors to the Tate Modern gallery in London on Friday have been stopped from walking on a porcelain sunflower seed art installation by the maverick Chinese artist Ai Weiwei.

People.com: Cops Block Naked Brooke Shields Pic in Art Galleryupdated: Thu Oct 01 2009 13:29:00

Critics say childhood photo of the actress, then 10, could draw pedophiles

London: What to seeupdated: Mon Jun 22 2009 04:28:00

Where do you begin in a city of this size? How about at the lively South Bank of the Thames, near Waterloo Station? Start with a spin on the London Eye, a colossal Ferris that will take you up 130 meters for an unmatched view of the city.

Time.com: NYC 'Waterfalls' to Turn on Thursdayupdated: Mon Jun 23 2008 13:00:00

When the spigots are turned on this Thursday, four mammoth waterfalls will spring into existence, freestanding cataracts roaring down into New York's East River

Fortune: Olympic featsupdated: Mon Jan 07 2008 16:58:00

AN URBAN MAKEOVER for the ages is taking place in Beijing in preparation for the 2008 Olympic Games. When the festivities begin next August, China's capital will be home to a dozen new competition venues, 17 miles of new subway lines, and three times as much new greenery as New York's Central Park. The centerpiece is the soon-to-be-completed National Stadium, dubbed the Bird's Nest (right), which will host the opening and closing ceremonies and major track and field events.

Sculptor's crack baffles art worldupdated: Wed Oct 10 2007 03:24:00

A Colombian sculptor has created a mystery at London's Tate Modern gallery by refusing to reveal how she seemingly managed to crack open a concrete floor.

City guide: Londonupdated: Thu Nov 02 2006 05:45:00

Check out The Scene's recommendations for the British capital and send us your own suggestions and comments.

Learning to love Londonupdated: Fri Apr 07 2006 12:04:00

After a season in the African outback, the homeward itinerary read Nairobi-Paris-London-New York, but I got seriously snagged in London: I fell in love! Not with London, but with a foxy French girl who was living there. We embarked on a whirlwind transatlantic romance, and six months later I found myself living in London -- whereupon I promptly fell out of love. With London.

London Forumupdated: Thu Feb 09 2006 06:46:00

The Scene returned to London to spend the day with superstar photographer David Bailey. What's your favorite David Bailey photograph? Do you prefer the Streets' London or Dylan Jones's London? And where do you hang out in the English capital? Send us your suggestions and ideas and read your comments below.

London City Guideupdated: Fri Feb 03 2006 12:30:00

Check out The Scene's recommendations for the British capital and send us your own suggestions and comments below.

Get involved: Europeupdated: Mon Nov 14 2005 06:06:00

Send us your tips, words, photos and videos to thescene@cnn.com, or text "SCENE" plus your comments to +44 7786 20 40 60. Remember to include your name and the city/country where you live.

Money Magazine: Stock Gazingupdated: Tue May 01 2001 00:01:00

If the market has lately seemed as mysterious as the universe, the connection isn't new to artists Lise Autogena and Joshua Portway. "When the market was riding higher, there was this kind of omnip...

Fortune: London's Cool New Landmarkupdated: Mon May 15 2000 00:01:00

As a provider of electricity, London's Bankside Power Station was a flop. First fired up in 1963, it shut down 18 years later because its power source, oil, was too expensive. Designed by Giles Gil...

Fortune: London Gets Fresh Who says British hotels have to be as stiff as yesterday's crumpet?updated: Mon Apr 03 2000 00:01:00

A hotel porter was in my suite and on his back, wriggling. I suggested he'd be more comfortable if he removed his tunic. "Oh no, madam," he replied. "I couldn't possibly."

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