Munir de Vries interviewed locals to gather ideas for a towering, Fauvism-inspired work of street art.
Arlin Graff's polar bears and oversized hummingbirds take over urban centers.
Jeremy Miranda's oil paintings are pure, Walden-esque bliss.
Studio VZ dresses The Hague in the artist's iconic red, blue, and yellow rectangles.
Cleveland gives commuters public art, encouraging egalitarian thinking in life and art.
Legendary Italian Giuseppe Penone's wrenching hands bring new meanings to the term "tree hugger."
A 30-year anniversary show in Socrates Sculpture Park celebrates the earth, community, and the longevity of bees.
The glittering, arbor-like structure is named after Fata Morgana, a horizontal mirage that leads sailors to death.
French-based production company La Maison celebrates New Orleans' traditions by projection mapping Gallier Hall.
'East-West/West-East' spans roughly half a mile through the desert and is 60 kilometers from Qatar's capital. Good luck seeing it IRL.