If this video 1-minute video of Opium bombing doesn’t give you the adrenaline shot you need to go out and write on stuff, you might need to check your pulse aka you may be dead.
Tea company Taylors of Harrogate has built a luxurious experience for bees, a literal resort, for, um, luxurious pollination.
Ruscha drives down roads and past buildings that he has tirelessly documented during his storied career.
Futura showcases his iconic 'Skyfall" style in NYC for the latest installment in the Converse Blank Canvas series.
PROCESS—the unplanned, unexpected, the collected in a corner, saved in a stack, the leftovers, the beauty, the magic in the scraps. Process is motion.
What a time to be a fan of ceramics. And "What a Time to be Alive :(", which is the name of Joakim Ojanen's new show at Richard Heller Gallery.
The wonderfully bizarre and dark works of Patricia Piccinini makes its way to the West Coast for the first time.
Tom Sachs has dedicated his career to re-imagining the American "can-do everything" attitude. On the birthday of the USA, we look at some of the work.
Oh' My Neko's Marta Morelli literally makes children's drawings come to life
Pugliese is best known for his "Extra Moenia" series, which put a modern twist on bronze work.
One of our favorite installation and sculpture-style artists, Crystal Wagner, has two shows in the Bay Area opening this summer, first off "Microcosm" at Hashimoto Contemporary.
I shed my shoes, leggings and shirt, and looked around me to watch a few others do the same. Kneeling down, I crept under the giant egg and climbed slowly into the hot, wet and cavernous space above
In 1988, Gary Greff set out to save the town of Regent, North Dakota one super-sized sculpture at a time and has continued his fight to this day. Greff's "Enchanted Highway," which spans the 30 miles
The California architect said in her personal statement that her work "stems from my background as an architect, particularly my interest in how things are made and the use of repetitive elements, al
Langlois uses specialized methods that lead to controlled, relatively fast petrification and crystallization, which continues his theme of questioning nature and human perceptions.
With his work, Pérez reveals his inquiries and reflections on mankind, using a language full of intense metaphor and imbued with a strong symbolism
For nearly thirty years, Adrian Arleo has focused her work on the human ﬁgure, often combining it with animal imagery, and other elements of the natural world.