The mysterious swirls and whirls of yellow and white against a rich blue night sky is quite easy to recognize throughout your life. You’re certain to have seen it before—if not the original on display at the MoMa in New York City, then at least in one of the many replications of the most famous paintings in the world.
Since her early childhood, contemporary artist Yayoi Kusama has found creative inspiration in nature.
Hope is a word that we have all become more familiar with—or perhaps forgotten—in the last year or so.
Immersive Installation Suspends a Field of Grass From the Ceiling to Contemplate the Nature of Goodbyes
At the end of a party, there's often the question of how to best leave without making a fuss. Departing without saying goodbye is known as making a “French exit”—something Lithuania-based artist Tadao Cern relates to as a self-proclaimed introvert. “I cannot bear the attention that you get once you say that you have to go,” he tells My Modern Met.
The whimsical new flowers in Kyoto’s Sennyuji Temple may appear different from those found in a traditional garden.
The ancient art of macramé has resurfaced as a very popular art form in recent years.
Floral designer Lewis Miller offers an alternative to New York City's concrete landscape with his colorful “Flower Flashes.” Many eagerly await the magical moment when he and his team will erect a gigantic pop-up display of beautiful blooms on the sidewalk. Each installation features a variety of blossoms that turn trashcans into vases and occupy old phone booths. Miller’s latest flash was in celebration of Valentine’s Day, and it’s perhaps his most impressive yet.
The year 2020 was a challenging one for everyone around the world and it presented a unique set of obstacles...
Dynamic Art Installation Uses AI To Turn 200 Million Nature Images Into a Mesmerizing 3D Visual Experience
Digital artist Refik Anadol is known for his dynamic installations that leave viewers in awe and his latest installation created for...
Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde is renowned for his reality-bending art installations that imagine a better world. The innovator's studio in Rotterdam combines cutting-edge science with acute observations on society and art. The results are projects such as Roosegaarde's latest installation titled Grow. Using high-density LED lights in red and blue hues, Grow turns a 20,000 square-meter leek field into an undulating, futuristic landscape.
Massachusetts-based ceramics and fiber artist Nicole McLaughlin uses her artwork to explore the complexities of her dual heritage.
Florist and botanical sculptor Azuma Makoto pushes the boundaries of flower arrangement with his surrealist installation art.