Throughout the month of August, Maiden LA will stage over 140 events, performances, and exhibitions by unrepresented artists in unconventional spaces.
Artist Lizania Cruz invited flower workers to send messages to the President through bouquets.
From August 2 to 4, artist Amelia Marzec will operate a DIY weather station and satellite radio system at Harvestworks.
Little did we know it was a prophesy.
A 17th-century home in New Jersey needs a new caretaker, and one who has $2.9 million to spend.
Computer scientists at Rutgers University developed a system to generate artworks that were deemed more communicative and inspiring than human-made art.
The Barbican Centre’s Into the Unknown explores science fiction as a cultural force, and how it channels our most optimistic and dystopian projections about the future.
The first US retrospective of the works of Richard Gerstl provides a detailed profile of the painter who is known more for his tempestuous personality and his tragic death than for his artistic innovations.
We love to be surrounded by the things that we find motivational.
This week, discussing ICA Boston’s new Schutz show, the White House gets a new “reality” star, competitive table setting, trouble with Air India’s art collection, and more.
“War is too important to be left to the generals.”
An exhibition at LACMA offers open dialogue about how the concept of home is understood and experienced.