We had a chance to speak with Toronto’s Ekow Nimako about why he’s building monuments for black youth.
Shona McAndrew sculpts plus-sized ladies who are at home in themselves.
Eric Nado joins the history of type with the history of war in his thought provoking series of typewriter-guns.
Italian artist Willy Verginer depicts our evolving relationship with nature in these adolescent sculptures.
Artists Joakim Ojanen and Ryan Travis Christian bring their divergent practices together for a comically entertaining exhibition.
Connecticut artist Karen Main makes horrifying mutant and monster sculptures inspired by, of all things, the ocean and nature.
For starters, Berlin-based artist Julius von Bismarck spent the last few years in a South American jungle firing aluminum rockets into raging thunderstorms.
Japanese artist Yoshihiro Okada's work is apeeling.
Colin Christian finds the perfect balance between dark, sexy, and absolutely terrifying.
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.
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.
Sigrid Sarda is a painter turned wax sculptor whose realistic human figure express her anxiety about the world.