This Film Is the Last Interview with the Guy Who Taught Us How to Make Drugs at Home
William Powell's 'The Anarchist Cookbook' offers instructions for making homemade bombs, drugs, and phreaking devices. The new documentary 'American Anarchist' confronts the author just before his death with the controversial legacy of his book.
Installation Portrays Energy Flow as Physical Architecture
"Dynamorph" by Orproject attempts to capture life force, energy, and "Urja" in a stunning geometric pavilion.
"Black Lives Matter" Makes It to the Venice Biennale
Adam Pendleton’s “Black Lives Matter” wall works call attention to the internet-driven movement.
Take a Hallucinatory Boat Ride Inside a Museum
Artist Céleste Boursier-Mougenot fills the Palais de Tokyo with water so visitors can take surreal boat rides.
Turns Out 1960s Yugoslavia Was a Hotbed for Computer Art
Unfolding the story of New Tendencies, the avant-garde movement you've never heard of that championed the arrival of the computer in art.
Art History at the Tip of Your Fingers
Talking to Susi Kenna about taking on the modern masters, one manicure at a time.
The Rise of BGL, Canada's Art-World Class Clowns
Quebec City art collective BGL installed a full-scale depanneur at this year's Venice Biennale, the latest in a career of humorous, high-concept projects.
A Glass Bird Takes Flight at the Venice Biennale
Studio Drift’s new kinetic sculpture ‘In 20 Steps’ is a tribute to the human desire to fly.
90,000 Eye Shadow Containers Make Waves in Venice
Using Shiseido clé de peau BEAUTÉ eye shadow containers as a medium, Shigeru Ban Architects raises a different kind of pavilion.
A Sweeping Look at the Venice Biennale 2015
The highlights and lowlights of all the world's art at the celebrated Italian art fair.
A Cloud of Keys (and Memories) Hangs Over Venice
Chiharu Shiota's stunning yarn installation is stealing the show at the 56th Venice Biennale.
[Exclusive Photos] The 'World’s Most Important Art Exhibition,' a Film About the Venice Biennale
Take a look inside 'Behind the Biennale: A Short History of the World’s Most Important Art Exhibition,' from Artsy, UBS, and director Oscar Boyson.