Artist Maya Lin plants a Ghost Forest of 49 dying trees in NYC's Madison Square Park in a surreal and jarring display of climate change.
Showcasing colorful mirrored glass sculptures and gritty paintings on gold leaf, Wild Rosebuds by Jean-Michel Othoniel is a must see.
Igshann Adams' tapestries, made of colorful nylon rope, chains, seashells, wood & glass beads, are inspired by decaying linoleum floors.
Kathleen Ryan captures the surprising beauty of decaying fruit by pinning thousands of individual minerals, gemstones and glass beads.
The Sam Moyer exhibition, Tone, presented paintings that incorporate large pieces of marble and a room of precariously balanced sculptures.
Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson's newest exhibition is a hypnotic play of colorful light that feels like peering into the cosmos.
The kaleidoscopic sculptures of Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian hold thousands of mirrors that dance like a diamond under a microscope.
Tara Donovan has created unfathomable new work titled "Intermediaries" showing her obsessive transformation of familiar materials.
Our resident art expert David Behringer searched for the best modern art in NYC galleries this year + here's what he saw in 2020.
Resin-encased collages capture the friction of two realities: A drug-like buzz of reading the news with the beauty of life & the universe.
Robert Kobayashi’s intensely nailed sculptures are a textural treat for the eyes.
New paintings by Alex Dodge continue to break new ground in digital tools, hand-craftsmanship, and a passion for material and process.
At Daina Mattis' 2nd exhibition at High Noon Gallery, you'll see fuzzy flocked paintings, surreal hybrid sculpture… and a plate of cookies.
The artist known only as KATSU used pre-programed drones to paint all 4 walls of The Hole gallery in New York for the Dot exhibition.