Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchi’s highly formal approach to design borrows cues from varied sources, including architecture, sculpture, and photography.
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Dump Your Bad Art at the Museum
Artist Patrick Brill, better known as Bob and Roberta Smith, has taken over a wing of MoMA PS1’s second floor; however, his own art only makes up a fraction of the show.
Vandal Destroys Conceptual Art Water Fountain
The University of California, San Diego (UCSD) recently lost one of its campus’s most subtle and unusual piece of public art.
Pole Dancers Drop It Like It’s Political
Brennan Gerard and Ryan Kelly have brought politicized pole dancing to the New Museum.
Can 16,000 Suspended Flowers Make Times Square Tolerable?
New Yorkers often complain that Times Square feels sterile and dead. The London-based artist Rebecca Louise Law’s new installation, “Flowers 2015: Outside In,” suspended in the lobby of the Viacom building, reintroduces nature and life to the neighborhood’s largely artificial environment.
Street Artist Tells Bill Cosby to Fess Up
Artists have been largely absent from the public discourse surrounding the allegations of sexual assault against Bill Cosby, another of which was just lodged, and about which the comedian remains silent.
12 Marble Snowmen Laugh at Snowmageddon
Serendipitously anticipating the city’s underwhelming blizzard, a troupe of marble snowmen — the latest installment in Swiss artist Peter Regli’s Reality Hacking series — was installed in Manhattan near Madison Square Park this past Sunday.