Kneel at iMac Altars Inside This Hallucinatory Artscape
Plexiglass, plants, and prisms unite in 'The Secret Paths to Marina Fini' at Heron Arts in San Francisco.
Free Orgasms, Neon Lights, and Pepto-Bismol at the Korean Pavilion
What defines Korean art anyway? The country’s Venice Biennale pavilion wants to know.
I Got High and Chilled with Ants at the Guggenheim on 4/20
Smells alter your state of mind while you gaze at bioartist Anicka Yi's ant- and bacteria-filled installations.
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I Meditated Inside NYC's Quietest Art Installation
Doug Wheeler's 'PSAD Synthetic Desert III' brings near-nauseating silence to the Guggenheim.
Meet the Artists Who Want the "Pi Project" to Become the Biggest Installation in the World
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.
Glowing Iceberg Simulations Take Over a Tropical Chinese Garden
Arctic ice formations inspire Chinese Artist Jiayu Liu’s latest light installation in the tropical city of Sanya.
Sci-Fi Classic 'The Fly' Mutates into a Fine Art Exhibition
Artist Peter Wu mashes up both versions of The Fly with neon and abstract expressionism to create a whole new modern horrorshow.
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How 500 Pages of FBI Surveillance Documents Became Art
The FBI kept extensive files on Sadie Barnette’s ex-Black Panther father, so she turned the declassified documents into art.
Meet the George R.R. Martin-Endorsed New Mexico Collective Saving America's DIY Venues | #50StatesofArt
Santa Fe's Meow Wolf parlays its wildly popular immersive art into activism.
We Went to an Art Show So Immersive You Can Sleep in a Hammock
Brazilian artist Hélio Oiticica US retrospective encourages relaxed time listening to Tropicália.
Kaleidoscopic Tree Prints and Sounds of Nature Take Over a Gallery
Alexandre Joly’s vision of nature is as weirdy unnatural as it is poignant.
Iranian-American Tackles Big Brother with Performance Art
If 'Black Mirror' took the form of a performative isntallation, you’d have something akin to Amy Khoshbin's 'The Myth of Layla.'