Post image for Futuristic Mini-Golf Course in London Will Include Zaha Hadid-Designed Hole

This September, you may be able to perfect your golf swing in the center of Trafalgar Square.

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Post image for A Self-Driving Greenhouse Ball Could Be the Future of Urban Gardens

Imagine uprooting your community garden and replanting it inside a motorized geodesic sphere, then letting this sphere roam the city streets of its own volition, using sensors to seek out its plants’ preferred environmental conditions.

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Post image for Two Artists Show How Beauty Can Be Beastly

TALLINN, Estonia — Be prepared to embark on a confusing journey upon entering the strange and colorful universe of beauty that artists Kris Lemsalu and Tiit Pääsuke constructed at the Tallinn Art Hall.

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Last weekend, various streets across the United State became designated Donald Trump-free zones.

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Galleries

The Rebellious Spirit of Paint

by Seph Rodney on April 28, 2016

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The Christopher Stout gallery opened in Bushwick in 2015 with, in their own words, a program of showing work that engages with current discourses on feminist, queer, anti-establishment, mystic, and provocatively sexual art pro

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Post image for British Royals Hastily Remove Racist Painting Label Prior to Obama Visit

Last Friday, the British royal family hosted the Obamas for dinner in Kensington Palace — and the visit could have been an incredibly awkward one.

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Post image for New Exhibition ‘Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies’ Opens April 29

What all of these artists have in common is the employment of digital technology to push art in bold new directions, engaging audiences in multi-dimensional experiences of form, texture, color, and space.

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Post image for What Role Can Artists Play in Prison Reform?

When I walked into the Greene Space for Creative Capital’s first Creative Conversations event — focused on artists who make work about criminal justice and the prison system — I felt a little skeptical.

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Post image for Protesters Shame Guggenheim and Its Trustees with Light Projections [UPDATED]

Last night, in a visually dazzling act of public protest, the artist-activist groups Global Ultra Luxury Faction (G.U.L.F.) and the Illuminator turned the spiral facade of the Guggenheim Museum into a projection screen.

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Post image for How the World’s Oldest Printed Board Game Rolled Propaganda into Play

Long before the era of Candy Crush and Neko Atsume, the games that captured our attention were often the ones that required just a board, a dice or two, and a handful of tokens.

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