President George W. Bush has spent his time out of office learning to paint and enthusiastically creating a large collection of works, with a show of portraits opening this month in Dallas.
Lothar Baumgarten recreates the highly technologically refined tall ships of old in a new installation at Marian Goodman Gallery.
Wafaa Bilal creates powerful images of the destruction in Iraq, using handmade models and human ashes.
Tracey Emin’s neon love notes come to Las Vegas as part of a year-long public exhibit.
Inspired by his expansive exhibit last spring/summer at MOCA in L.A., Urs Fischer’s new series of cast bronze sculptures solidify the ephemeral clay forms created during YES.
Ryan Travis Christian illustrates a wild and warped cartoon world.
Carsten Nicolai lights up the Hong Kong skyline this spring at Art Basel Hong Kong.
The Fabergé Big Egg Hunt kicks off in New York today, beginning a festive, month-long search for the artist-designed eggs around Manhattan.
Argentinean artist Adrián Villar Rojas’ solo exhibition, Los Teatros de Saturno, presents an unusual indoor landscape constructed from organic, earthy materials.
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac brings a taste of the States to Paris this spring, presenting New York-based artist Tom Sachs’ seventh solo exhibition American Handmade Paintings in its Marais location.
The latest collaborative effort of video artist Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg combines video, music, and glass sculpture for a totally immersive experience.
Pace Gallery presents a show of new work by the multi-talented James Franco.