Viewers are invited to stick their heads into the porthole-like windows of Los Angeles’s newest Kusama chamber to gaze at infinity.
Commissioned by Creative Time, the flag is part of a nationwide project that aims to “begin articulating the urgent response our political moment demands.”
The clothing company claims it has dropped its lawsuit against the artist Revok after widespread outcry and calls for a boycott, though the artist’s lawyer claims that is not true.
“Under the circumstances, and in consultation with the Meier family, the decision has been made to close our exhibition early,” a Sotheby’s representative told Hyperallergic.
Cathy Hsiao’s concrete sculptures, currently on view at Chicago gallery Goldfinch, possess a surprising airiness.
In an exhibition at the Grand Rapids Art Museum, Rockman portrays the histories and environmental crises of the world’s largest freshwater ecosystem.
Rather than etched on vinyl, tiny grooves were cut onto a medical X-ray, tracing shallow circles over the ghostly shapes of bones.
The nonprofit Handicap International outfitted the Venus de Milo and other statues with 3D-printed prosthetic limbs to raise awareness of the global need for prosthetics.
Officials in Chile failed to protect the 1,400-year-old cave paintings, which are currently under no surveillance.
Liv Wynter resigned yesterday in a lengthy letter that calls out the institutions’s failure to support marginalized identities.
What would you do to make the medians on Park Avenue more interesting? 150 entries imagined the possibilities, and 17 finalists were selected.
Yesterday, the San Francisco Arts Commission voted unanimously to take down “Early Days,” which stands near City Hall.