In celebration of some of the most influential figures from Bronx history, Brooklyn-based artist Rico Gaston has recently unveiled his series of glass mosaic murals at the 167th Street B/D subway station. Titled Beacons, the eight icons featured include Gil Scott-Heron, Tito Puente, Celia Cruz, Audre Lorde, James Baldwin, Maya Angelou, Reggie Jackson, and Justice Sonia Sotomayor. The MTA (Metropolitan Transportation Authority)
The annual Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival transforms the city in northeastern China’s Heilongjiang province into a frozen winter wonderland.
In 2018, we saw an eclectic mix of installation inspiration, but there’s no denying that humanity’s relationship with nature was a prominent...
In the 1970s, artist William Wegman adopted his first Weimaraner. Fittingly named Man Ray, this dog played a pivotal role in the evolution of Wegman’s creative practice. Not only did the pup prompt the artist to turn his attention from painting to photography, but he also inspired Wegman’s most well-known works: portraits of Weimaraners wearing clothing.
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Icelandic artist Hrafnhildur Arnardóttir, also known as Shoplifter, uses something unusual to create her colorful art installations—hair.
Eric Rieger, a contemporary artist who goes by the name HOTTEA, says that he can sum up his practice in one sentence: “My work deals with color, numbers, and human experiences.” While this description is simple and straightforward, his intricate yarn installations are anything but. Featuring countless strands of colorful fibers, these pieces are sure to dazzle. However, to HOTTEA, it is the meaning behind the medium that ties his practice together.
For the 22nd year, Sydney’s Bondi Beach has been invaded by incredible pieces of sculpture.
Over the summer, the Morton Arboretum in northern Illinois welcomed some peculiar new guests: a whimsical tribe of wooden trolls.
Photographer Chris Engman invites you to enter a world within a world. His photography installation, titled Containment, is an immersive work that features images spanning the walls, ceilings, and floors of a specially constructed room. Upon stepping foot inside the space, you’re transported from a gallery setting to the middle of a bustling stream surrounded by a dense forest with trees cloaking most of the blue sky above.
British artist Rebecca Louise Law uses real flowers as her medium to create stunning, immersive installation art.
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