A growing group of women in Colombia are using graffiti as a form of resistance art.
Anti-war performance art invades the Venice Biennale.
John Gerrard tips his hat to America's oil consumption.
PangeaSeed combines the worlds of art and activism to spread an important message about protecting oceans.
A pop-up art exhibit sheds light on creatures threatened by consumerism.
For a new exhibition in Washington DC, Ai Weiwei shows LEGO portraits that resemble surveillance and internet images.
For World Refugee Day, Ai Weiwei placed thousands of refugee life jackets in the windows of Copenhagen’s Kunsthal Charlottenborg.
Who's a pretty boy?
Annie Sprinkle and Elizabeth Stephens facilitate spontaneous sex talks on the streets of Athens.
Artist Takashi Horisaki made a replica of a condemned Lower Ninth Ward house to highlight racial tension and economic disparity.
Mario Ayala leverages colorful imagery, religion, and correspondence to bridge cultural divides.
As part of the O, Miami Poetry Festival, South Florida residents are altering Google’s autocomplete by typing in one-line poems penned by incarcerated people in Miami.