Next time you're walking through a major European city, remember to take a look at the ground. You might come across an unexpected work of art. French artist Ememem—sometimes known as “the pavement surgeon”—fixes cracks and holes in the street and sidewalks by filling them with colorful mosaics. The artist has a freeform approach to these on-site installations called “flacking,” which refers to the French word flaque, meaning puddle.
American artist KAWS has installed one of his iconic characters in yet another scenic setting as part of the KAWS:HOLIDAY...
If you're walking around New York City, keep an eye out for large bouquets.
Since late 2022, an enormous flamingo has taken up residence at the Tampa International Airport. Artist Matthew Mazzotta created the giant flamingo as a tribute to Florida's most recognizable bird and to the comings and goings of the travelers who pass through the airport. Titled HOME, the oversize installation has become a favorite of travelers, whether it's adults taking selfies or children playing on its legs.
England-born artist Mr. Doodle is back with another exhibition.
Two months ahead of its official debut, the world's largest spherical building, the Sphere, put on a spectacular Fourth of...
The phrase “putting down roots” is likely familiar to anyone looking for a permanent place to call home. In deciding to root ourselves in a location, we have the benefit of building a community and flourishing; home is one thing you don’t have to search for anymore. It’s just one reason why being displaced from where you live is so traumatic. Colombian artist Doris Salcedo explores this idea in her large-scale installation titled Uprooted.
Floating above downtown Columbus, Ohio, is a new sculpture by artist Janet Echelman.
With a history stretching back to the late 1500s, Saint-Louis is heralded as France's first glass manufacturer.
Tucked into the corner of the Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum is a portal to another world. Los Angeles-based artist Erika Lizée tailored this three-dimensional painting specifically to the site, making it look as though a fantastical image is suspended in front of the walls. The inspiration for this surreal work of art comes from Lizée's interest in numbers and the interconnectedness of the world.
In 2019, conceptual artist Maurizio Cattelan sent shockwaves through the art world when he duct-taped a banana to the wall...
In the proper context, one object can completely transform into something else.