A not-to-miss art installation in a shipping container in Brooklyn.
Hiding in the Lower East Side are 4 magical artworks in two different group shows that are even more surprising with closer inspection.
One of artist Henrique Oliveira's massive organic sculptures has FINALLY sprouted in New York City.
LA artist Walead Beshty's destructively perfect show "Open Source" includes a full range of misused technology.
Wall sculptures composed of THOUSANDS of white styrene cards that are individually stacked, glued, and rotated 90 degrees.
A look at Elliott Hundley’s manically overwhelming collages, which extend so far off the canvas that they’re rightfully called “sculpt…
Everyday mundane objects that are all 100% carved and painted wood.
Carol Bove debuts equally magical, but significantly heavier sculpture than years past, with that same unbelievable sense of balance.
An exhibition of interactive objects that push the boundary of art & technology.
Sculptural balls that are made from the actual material that they reference.
Both wondrous and dark, "The Keeper" is a powerful exhibition that is a collection of collections.
Art that will make you smile, roll your eyes, and appreciate the pointless joy of art that doesn’t need a reason.
Jordan Wolfson's loud, violent, and eye-contact-making robotic marionette is simultaneously confusing and yet completely inescapable.
James Turrell is showcasing his first experiments with light at Pace Gallery in New York.
A must-see: Brad Troemel's sculptures made using odd Pinterest-learned skills, aluminum casting, mushroom growing, even live roaches.