In the vein of Kehinde Wiley’s Renaissance-inspired paintings, Rineke Dijkstra creates monumental photos of ordinary people.
Artists team up to make work inspired by each other, making for an exhibition that doubles as a who’s who of the contemporary art world.
Sky blue spikes, a sound system, water cannons, giant fans, and pollution-fighting skin: Wendy pulls out all the stops to set the stage for the ultimate summer party spot.
Anne Koch describes her jewelry as “wearable sculpture,” referring to the careful casting that she executes in designing rings that look like seafood and teeth.
In the small Seto Inland Sea in south Japan, the Benesse Corporation has turned three sparsely inhabited islands into sanctuaries for art.
An artist’s exhibition focusing on renditions of the American flag ignites a frenzy in a normally quiet New York suburb.
The Art Institute of Chicago commissions a surreal assortment of brightly colored objects from German artist Katharina Fritsch.