We clicked through every page of Frieze New York's digital art fair to find our favorite material-pushing objects. Check out our faves.
We share 3 favorite creative gallery exhibitions “on view”, that you can experience right now, wherever you are.
We ran through 6 of the biggest art fairs during Armory Week to find the most creative and eye-catching artworks on view.
Doug Wheeler's latest exhibition puts you IN a work of art while pushing the perception of light.
The brass horns in the sculpture of Steve Parker make music when a viewer's touch activates beautiful and unexpected recordings.
Artist Walead Beshty produced over 11,000 blue cyanotypes of EVERY object that passed through his studio over the course of a year.
Nine of Aleksandar Duravcevic's reflective, stainless steel sculptures fill the TOTAH gallery in New York’s Lower East Side.
Marco Maggi uses uses adhesive paper to create intricate, incredibly detailed collages.
Artist LaKela Brown references African-American culture and her personal love of 90’s hip hop in new sculptures at Rockefeller Center.
Ryan Crotty's latest paintings trick your eyes as the canvas is not transparent and the surface is not emitting light.
Work that is technically made of paint but the visual effect is achieved by carving thousands of gouges into the thick surface.
A hanging sculpture that holds 40,000 bullets that each represent a life lost to gun violence in the United States.
Paul Anthony Smith pierces & picks the surface of his photographs thousands of times to create a surface that is both scarred & dazzling.