Jay Shinn explores the theme of illusion through two types of art.
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Art that will make you smile, roll your eyes, and appreciate the pointless joy of art that doesn’t need a reason.
A massive clock in Amsterdam's Schiphol airport that shows time passing in actual real time.
Jordan Wolfson's loud, violent, and eye-contact-making robotic marionette is simultaneously confusing and yet completely inescapable.
An exhibit combining wood, brass, and architectural shapes.
Audemars Piguet invited artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz to design their new lounge for their Art Basel 2016 shows.
A library created for birds who don't seem to care at all.
HUSH designed an interactive project that lets users manipulate prisms to bend and reflect light while also producing an ambient soundtrack.…
An eye-catching lighting installation made out of cardboard that references a flock of flying birds.
Artist Refik Anadol uses projection mapping and mirrors to blur the lines between factual and fictional, physical and virtual.
Javier de Riba creates tiled floors in abandoned buildings using just a roller and paint.
Juan Fontanive creates self-flipping flip books of butterflies and hummingbirds... and it's even more amazing than you think.
Pothole, meet ice cream.
We reflect on the year and the jaw dropping art exhibitions and installations we featured in our Unframed column.
Art is better in real life, and it's certainly true for Lala Abaddon's art, whose colorful, psychedelic pieces seem like digital creations.