By constructing an art center in one of the most disenfranchised parts of the world, activists want to ensure that the intellectual and financial benefits of art accumulate there, instead of places like New York and Berlin.
Hyperrealist sculptor Peter Anton has created sculptures of cherry pie, confetti cake, ice cream sundae, and a chocolate bunny, amongst other sugary treats, then smashed them.
Inspired by Duchamp and his Readymades, Benjamin Nordsmark crafted a hybrid urinal-subway seat from plywood, painted it orange, then headed off on the subway to get people’s reactions.
The bronze is only one of a group of notable public works in Delaware-based artist Kristen Visbal's portfolio.
Always fascinated with “creepy-cute” art, Qixuan Lim makes unsettling yet adorable tiny sculptures.
For the latest installment in his Laocoön Fragments series, computational artist Quayola simulates fragments from an archaeological dig.
At Slovenia’s famous Ljubljana Castle, artist Martin Bricelj Baraga is presenting his monolithic interactive public sculpture, ‘Moonolith’.
Chris Klapper and Patrick Gallagher’s 'Pi Project' will see them track, over decades and across the globe, a near endless series of sculptures based on pi’s numerical sequence.
Artist Matthew Shlian creates large, mesmerizing sculptures inspired by origami, kirigami, and papercraft.
‘BLOOMS 2’ is here to entice, astonish, and make you excited about math.
Montreal-based artist Cinzia Campolese’s digital sculptures shine, sing... and reckon with death in the Digital Age.
Sylvie Franquet reworks found tapestries to explore newer cultural dimensions.