Months after these extraordinary gallery exhibitions have closed, we share three artworks that can't be forgotten.
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Amazing and huge sculptures from De Wain Valentine that you've almost got to see to believe. Check out how they're made.
Robotic "mirrors" that "reflect" whatever is in front of them with physical pixels.
2D wall sculptures made from deconstructed wood objects that are put back together to look 3D.
On view in New York, an exhibition by Yuken Teruya that shows just what paper can do.
Mind-blowing photographs of mirrors that are reflecting flowers while they're being electrocuted. Whoa!
Controversial artist KATSU unveils his latest: a remote-controlling a FLYING ROBOT that sprays paint. Is it art? What do you think?
Sculptor Matt Hoyt presents a new body of tiny abstract sculptures made from diverse materials that must be seen in person.
An unbelievable installation of 30,000 hand-made kites made of rice paper and bamboo supports.
A reality-jarring exhibition of a meticulously crafted a TSA airport security checkpoint made entirely out of sculpted wood.
Maskull Lasserre is a sculptor who carves discarded sculptures to reveal internal bone and muscle structure.
A curated exhibition that explores the approaches of 11 artists who take a needle and thread to photographs.
Artist Tara Donovan transforms “ordinary” objects by the thousands into impossible and awe-inspiring formations.
Be careful. The paintings of Patrick Hughes are so unbelievable that they could literally hit you in the face.