Commissioned by the Public Art Fund, “Good Fences Make Good Neighbors,” an ambitious work about divisive politics and borders, opens on Oct. 12.
For the 100th anniversary of the "De Stijl" art movement, a handful of Dutch buildings have been decked out to imitate Mondrian's "Composition" series.
With minimal elbow grease and coding knowledge, this Arduino set-up creates mesmerizing images in long exposure.
We don't just live in the Golden Age of TV. We live in the Golden Age of TV titles.
A man at an art auction gives a short but brutally honest opinion after he sees a modern artwork being sold for $28 million dollars.
The most daring auteur in Hollywood talks to GQ about revisiting the one place that seemed off-limits.
A little girl in a red dress stumbles across a cave that ominously tells her to "WALK INSIDE."
Portland, Oregon isn't all Voodoo Doughnuts and "maker spaces." One clever bot documents the mundane, unremarkable side of the city you'll never see in "Portlandia."
Stressed out? Having a bit of a grumpy day? That's okay. You're good. You're going to be good and fine.
When an article questioning whether NYC's Metropolitan Museum is in decline hit the pages of The New York Time last month, it triggered the end of Thomas Campbell's time at the institution.
Well, it's actually science, but for James Bridle science and magic aren't that distinct.
Robert Lang is quite the renaissance man. Having worked at NASA developing optoelectronics, he left his career of twenty-three years to become a preeminent figure in the world of origami.
Art Surrealism is more than just the hallucinatory and bizarre (though it certainly is those things), it's also revolutionary.
What if you could take a smell selfie, a smelfie? What if you had a lipstick that caused plants to grow where you kiss? Ani Liu explores the intersection of ...
If you've ever gone skiing, the work of Jim Niehues has most likely guided you on the slopes.
The three fake Etruscan warrior sculptures were on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art for 28 years.
The recent "Star Wars" films have featured AT-AT walkers rendered in CGI, but in the good old days of practical effects, a team of stop-motion artists created the robots by hand and moved them painstakingly frame by frame.
Tom Kiefer’s detailed, exuberant photos of objects seized by Customs and Border Protection agents are now collected in a series titled “El Sueño Americano.”
The Art+Feminism collective organise large-scale edit-a-thons to take on the underrepresentation of women artists online.
If you were watching Cartoon Network in the late '90s and early 2000s, you probably have Genndy Tartakovsky to thank for some of your favorite cartoons. But one of his cartoons stands above the rest as a visual and animated masterpiece — "Samurai Jack."
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