American Artist Recreates Columbine Auditorium Inside Major Museum
Bunny Rogers' first museum solo show sees the young artist conclude her exploration of the Columbine School Shooting.
Iconoclastic French Designer's Drawings Make Fashion Fun Again
Jean-Charles de Castelbajac is known as the "King of the Unconventional."
Void-Like Sculptures Beg Viewers to Consider the Meaning of Empty Spaces
Yasuaki Onishi continues his artistic meditation on volume and gravity.
These Fleshy, Flowery Mutants Are Living Their Best Lives
Adrian Cox paints lush, floral settings populated by faceless creatures.
The World's First Dr. Seuss Museum Celebrates the Creation of All of Your Favorite Characters
‘Oh, the Places You’ll Go’ in this life-sized exhibit filled with interactive art.
Miyazaki Meets Simpsons in These Pen and Ink Pop Culture Paintings
In the dark, stormy distance, hulking illustrated depictions of Barney’s Bowlarama and 'Howl’s Moving Castle' sit resolutely.
Psychedelic Paintings Cast a Colorful Eye on Food Trucks and Persian Miniatures
A Yale Art MFA candidate brings his vibrant style to Sargent's Daughters gallery in New York.
Massive Spray Paintings Turn Tagger Tools into Fine Art Ammo
Katharina Grosse's energetic paintings owe the tagger's aerosol bottle for its unique textures.
Light Sculptures Set a Gallery Aglow in Technicolor
Artist James Clar channels Cronenberg, Irwin, and Flavin.
Riotous Basement Scenes of Painted Demons and Deities
The detritus is far from organized in ‘Basement Odyssey.’
John Lennon's Sunglasses Steal the Show at This Photography Book Exhibit
The iconic objects of America’s most revered icons get photographed by Henry Leutwyler.
It's All Color & Chaos at Helen Frankenthaler's New Exhibition
The Abstract Impressionism and Color Field legend spans over two decades at Gagosian Gallery in Beverly Hills.