The French artist and photographer tells us how he discovered the Jantar Mantar, a series of ancient sundials spread across India.
In the lead up to the 2016 U.S. presidential election, the New York-based artist and super PAC founder Hank Willis Thomas reveals what making art taught him about the art of politics.
For her solo show at New York's Museum of Arts and Design, Lauren Kalman let her signature gold leaf run wild.
The Los Angeles-based fine-arts printmaker Mixografia takes 2-D reproductions to perceptual 3-D heights using secretive methods that take skill and talent.
The artist brings a scaled-down redwood forest to New York City.
A new show at the V&A Museum of Childhood examines the origins and developments of a variety of board games spanning thousands of years.
Some of the iconic modernist's sculptures tower over crowds in cities around the world. Lesser known are the ones he made to adorn necks, wrists, and ears.
Surface partnered with the gallery and the London-based radio station to celebrate the start of this year's fair.
Frieze London returns to Regent's Park, unfolding over four days beginning Oct. 6. Here are a few things you won't want to miss.
The app See Saw aggregates art show listings, sorting them by neighborhood and city.
Art advisor and curator John Wolf sourced works by more than 60 artists including Jenny Holzer, Mira Dancy, Marilyn Minter and others for a show in the now-defunct Los Angeles Metropolitan Medical Center.
Director Elissa Brown explores a lost piece of her family's history.
The actress and current host of Art21 considers the relationship between location and creativity.
The New Orleans-born poet is behind the standout Instagram account that's capturing our attention right now.
Nearly three decades after the fashion capital welcomed an influx of Japanese designers, a new show at the Denver Art Museum examines their impact.
Following a trail of research-intensive projects, the multimedia artist decided to tackle the untraceable currency for a show at Petzel Gallery.
A group show of contemporary artists at Dio Horia in Mykonos, Greece, draws a connection between classical Greek cities and modern Manhattan.
The lauded designer is famously secretive about his life in fashion. Ask about his gallery, however, and a new portrait emerges.
The seasoned Chelsea art dealer talks super PACs, Hank Willis Thomas, and his love affair with his new space, The School, in Kinderhook, New York.
Heading into its second year, Seattle Art Fair promises creative diversity and dynamism thanks to newly appointed artistic director Laura Fried.
The 48-year-old German artist, known for subversive and mischievous hijinks, is curating the Manifesta 11 biennial with nods to the avant garde art movement.
Leaders at three standout New York institutions are embracing digital media and new technologies to broaden the scope of what a museum can be.
Part of two major museum exhibitions this summer, the Japanese designer, known for his use of pleats, is firming up his legacy as one of the fashion greats.
A new exhibition at the Denver Museum of Art cracks the popular image of the quintessentially masculine AbEx painter.
The notorious former New York Times reporter tries to see truth in an age of deception.
The New York City museum hosts the first U.S. retrospective of the Hungarian artist and designer in almost 50 years, bringing together paintings, photography, and installations never before shown together.
Snøhetta's new home for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art hopes to change everything from how you walk through exhibitions to how you kiss in them.
Talking identity politics, dangerous art, and the social obligations of museums with Hank Willis Thomas, Sanford Biggers, and Arnold Lehman.
Our new monthly guide to must-attend global goings-on in the worlds of architecture, art, design, fashion, and beyond.
The exhibition brings together over 170 diverse garments and shows that technology and the hand-made have always coexisted.