What Do Palm Trees, Lightning, and a Flattened Chicken Have in Common?
For starters, Berlin-based artist Julius von Bismarck spent the last few years in a South American jungle firing aluminum rockets into raging thunderstorms.
At MoMA, Revolutionary Russian Art Provides a Roadmap for Artistic Dissent
MoMA is tracing the history of artistic movements in Russia from 1912 to 1930.
This Artist Pushes the Boundaries of Safety with his Explosive Photography
Photographer Ken Hermann detonates the viewer’s senses in his latest iteration of an ‘Explosion’ photography series.
These 3D Digital Works in Space Demonstrate a Colorful Void
Oleg Pustovit's gleaming, space oddities are experimental, digital delights.
Animators Reinvent the Cheeky Eggplant Emoji
Anna Ginsburg and Sam Taylor elevate the eggplant to a new level of appeal.
A Marbleized World of Shimmering Liquid? Yes, Please.
Thomas Blanchard’s liquid time lapse is a hypnotic meeting of every color along the spectrum.
Spaceship Rides and Water-Based Instruments Invade San Francisco
Gray Area’s 'UNSEEN Series' went dark for a night of audiovisual magic in SF.
The Artists Using the US-Mexico Border as a Blank Canvas
We spoke to artists who have painted "Fuck Trump" murals, created instruments from items abandoned by border crossers, and used paint to make parts of the fence disappear.
Before the Muppets, Jim Henson Was a Countercultural Filmmaker
He also tried to open his own psychedelic themed nightclub inspired by Jefferson Airplane.
The Artist Who Plays House with Her Deformed Sculptures
Fardou Louise Keuning's "creatures"—papier-mâché sculptures with deformities and strange facial expressions—take on a lifelike quality in her art exhibits. She even calls one of them her boyfriend.
An Artist Is Turning Spit into Crystals
Get a mouthful of Inés Cámara Leret's unusual BioArt.
The Artist Who Drew Himself on Drugs Is Actually Way More Experimental
Torture, silence, love, and drugs are just a few of the mediums Bryan Lewis Saunders works with.