Quasi-robot animals meet found art in these realistic polymer sculptures. Fusing a story of sustainability and animal welfare, the chromatic and playful sculptures fabricated from found objects ponder
The surreal and unsettling landscapes of British artist Suzanne Moxhay are views into apocalyptic worlds made through photomontage. By mixing her own photography with archival images, she carefully crafts
A ballpoint pen—we’ve all owned one at some point in our lives. Whether a Bic or another type of biro pen, this tool for writing is transformed into something magical in the hands of the right artist.
For its latest video game collaboration, art gallery Cook & Becker is heading to the nuclear wasteland. Today the gallery announced a new collaboration with Fallout creator Bethesda, which will start a
“Blue is Darkness Made Visible”—taking a dying film director’s words for inspiration, a photographer who feared going blind sought out moments of inspiration and renewal. Photographs and text by Shuwei
Exploring the space that exists in between reality and time with Hueman’s solo show at KP Projects Gallery in Los Angeles. Somewhere in between dreams and reality exists a state of Hyperlimbo, a sort transitory
Drawing and painting can be acts of personal expression for prisoners awaiting execution. And the works can ask fundamental questions about what it means to be alive, writes Geraldine Cremin. Making art
An exhibition on view at The Studio Museum in Harlem hopes to retire the persistent myth equating cowboys with whiteness. A quick internet search of “American cowboy” yields a predictable crop of images.
Roy Tabora is a third generation artist but says that the way he paints now is quite different from the way he was guided. His grandfather and uncles had the talent, the ability and a desire strong enough