The Man Who Turned His Own Crucifixion into Art
A new documentary tells the story of Chris Burden, the pioneering artist whose extreme bodily works changed performance art forever.
Maurizio Cattelan Will Never Stop Trolling the Art World
The director of the new Maurizio Cattelan documentary, 'Be Right Back,' tells us what it's like documenting the controversial and elusive artist.
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Painter Felice House Reimagines Classic Cowboys as Women
Felice House imagines if the West was won by women.
Welcome to Hong Kong's Pitch Black 'Empty Gallery'
Enter the void on the south side of Hong Kong Island.
6 Photographers Blurring Reality at Photofairs San Francisco
Photofairs international exhibition hits the US for the first time, bringing with it the best and brightest in photographic talents.
Eerie Holographs Find Their Place in a...Louise Bourgeois Exhibit?
A new exhibition at Cheim & Read puts the legendary artist's lesser-known holographic plates on display.
Fuzzy Mice Breed with Butterflies in Uncanny Photorealistic Paintings
Lisa Ericson empties a natural history exhibit in her lifelike portraits of animals.
9 Eye-Grabbing Works from Untitled, San Francisco
Exhibitors from all over the world converge on San Francisco for Untitled, Art.
We Asked Rich Kids What It's Like to Take Money from Their Parents
Students open up about owning what they have, even when it comes off as a little gross.
The Horrors of Mass Death Are Visualized in This VR Experience
Ali Eslami’s latest award-winning immersive simulation does powerful things with data.
What Does the All-American Car Symbolize?
From muscle trucks to VW Beatles, this exhibition of painting and photography celebrates the automobile in all of its forms.
Crisp Photos Catch White Balloon Clouds Invading Architectural Spaces
For the latest exhibition of his ‘Invasions’ series, artist and photographer Pétillon’s balloons take over Magda Danysz Gallery in Paris.