Artist Felix Kalmenson proves decay can be gorgeous.
The first ever dOGUMENTA left its visitors' tails wagging.
Tattooist Ahmet Cambaz plays with perspective using simple black lines.
Mia-Jane Harris subverts dainty china dolls with bolts, chains, and jerky made from roadkill.
Mia-Jane Harris's portraits of medical specimens challenge our fear of death.
The room housing Ryoichi Kurokawa's 'Node 5:5' hisses like a snake and glows with energy and danger.
Sheila Mrofka sculpts miniature clay babies so lifelike you’ll swear they’re real.
Leah Brown uses an unconventional material to document the surreal fairytale world of her subconscious.
Stephanie Chefas Projects presents a group show celebrating bright colors.
Post-war paintings of a personal world of angst.
Ryan Devoto's extravagant D&D models are unbelievably detailed worlds we want to visit.