Jordan Wolfson's loud, violent, and eye-contact-making robotic marionette is simultaneously confusing and yet completely inescapable.
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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.
A library created for birds who don't seem to care at all.
Juan Fontanive creates self-flipping flip books of butterflies and hummingbirds... and it's even more amazing than you think.
An exploration of Cayce Zavaglia’s painstaking, detailed embroidery portraits from the front—and the back.
A dizzying installation that will make you question reality.
We take a different look at an exhibition of Dan Flavin's fluorescent light sculptures from the 60s and 70s.
Months after these extraordinary gallery exhibitions have closed, we share three artworks that can't be forgotten.
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.
An exhibition where every sculpture was constructed by a variety of spiders that each create their own silky web.
On view in New York, an exhibition by Yuken Teruya that shows just what paper can do.