TORONTO — Wendy Snyder MacNeil is as much a documentarian as she is an artist.
Anselm Kiefer bears a burdensome relationship to the written word.
According to the winners of eVolo’s 2016 Skyscraper Competition, the New York City of the future could include a massive drone-docking tower and a torn-up Central Park replaced with lakes and hills atop a submerged, mirrored horizontal apartment/office complex.
The work of Marcel Broodthaers balances erudite postmodernism and a straightforwardness so literal that it borders on humorous.
Pigeons outfitted with lightweight backpacks soared over London from March 14 to 16, collecting air quality data across the city that was shared via Twitter.
In what is apparently not an April Fools joke, a group of Columbia University students is protesting the installation of a Henry Moore sculpture on campus.
WASHINGTON, DC — Each June in Huinchiri, Peru, four Quechua communities on two sides of a gorge join together to build a bridge out of grass, creating a form of ancient infrastructure that dates back at least five centuries to the Inca Empire.
When violence is celebrated, evil consumes good and insurgency turns into a kind of distortion of civilization. We have to find a way to break this vicious cycle.
Zaha Hadid, the celebrated Iraqi-British architect, has died of a heart attack at a Miami hospital, the BBC first reported.
Swedish archaeologists have discovered a 3,400-year-old necropolis in Egypt that dates to the New Kingdom and holds dozens of tombs containing remnants of ancient artifacts.
These works suggest the uneasy relationship between sex, power, and desire that is brought to the surface by performed femininity.
MELBOURNE — The desert of Central Australia might seem like an unlikely place to find an art cooperative making potent and beautiful pottery.