A digital artwork in an unexpected setting brings a classic still life to life Read More
Repurposing irons, shoes, and other discarded commodities, Willie Cole creates visceral artworks that communicate potent messages about African history Read More
A new exhibition explores how a chance encounter with Qi Baishi in Beijing allowed Isamu Noguchi to step out of Brancusi’s shadow and find his own language of abstraction Read More
An exhibition at the Museum of Arts & Design showcases how 3-D printing is growing up–and getting personal Read More
Looking at Edgar Allan Poe’s influence on artists ranging from Matisse to Motherwell Read More
The artist-duo’s new show at the Dallas Contemporary embraces the wild, adventurous spirit of the Lone Star State Read More
A groundbreaking museum exhibition features surprisingly candid artworks from a society in conflict and change Read More
A show at the gallery’s new Lower East Side space riffs on the pie, the toppings, and even the box Read More
An exhibition at the Children’s Museum of Manhattan showcases fun, tactile, New York City–inspired artworks by Red Grooms Read More
An exhibition at Jonathan LeVine Gallery unites work by Shepard Fairey, Swoon, Faile, Skewville, and more Read More
David Shrigley, Ugo Rondinone, and Franz West are among the A-list artists whose sculptures are featured in Public Art Fund’s new exhibition Read More
Jeff Koons, Sophie Calle, Prune Nourry, and JR are among the artists who created special-edition plates for Bernardaud Read More
Crucifixions and reflections from then and now in a show linking present and past Read More
Playful, funny, and even interactive holes in a creative golf course at the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden Read More
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