Artist Eric Rieger, aka HOTTEA, gathers loose threads to make monumental installations. Using seemingly countless strings, the pieces hang from ceilings and envelop the spaces they’re in with fields of vibrant hues—all of which seemingly have a mind of their own. Each thread is untethered and able to freely move with a passing breeze. The installations are a site-specific endeavor and are often informed by HOTTEA’s own experiences, memories, or associations with a place.
For over 20 years, French artist Olivier Grossetête has been creating what he calls Participative Monumental Constructions.
After a two-year hiatus, the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival was back for two weekends in the desert of...
If you visit Paris' Grande Hall during the spring and summer this year, you will come across a spectacular sight. Melbourne-based art studio ENESS—a multidisciplinary team known for their innovative and whimsical creations—has installed the world's first inflatable fountain. The nearly 20-foot-tall technicolor sculpture is part of their exhibition entitled Cupid's Koi Garden.
In the hands of Justin Bateman, colorful rocks can be arranged into just about anything.
Legendary performance artist Marina Abramović is staging her seminal The Artist Is Present installation.
Performance art has often been used as a way to comment on social issues. And with a war raging in Ukraine, a group of New York artists made their voices heard at one of the city's foremost museums. On Saturday, March 5, they entered the Guggenheim during peak visiting hours and released 350 paper planes from the top of the museum's rotunda.
Spring is approaching and, in Japan, that can mean just one thing—it's cherry blossom season!
LEGO Teams Up With an Artist To Transform an East London Laundromat Into a Colorful Kid’s Playground
London-based artist and designer Yinka Ilori proves that with a little imagination, there’s no limit to what you can build...
Swedish architect Konstantin Ikonomidis finds a way to merge a man-made design into a serene landscape. He created a crystalline pavilion along a trail in western Greenland, which overlooks two conjoining fjords. Commissioned by the Qeqqata municipality, the subtle design “celebrates and promotes the intangible Inuit heritage and knowledge of the environment.” Qaammat pavilion is installed in Sarfannguit, a cultural landscape of Greenland and a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Through digital technology, artists can alter spaces in new and noninvasive ways.
The iconic Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, designed by renowned architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron, is a contemporary symbol of the city...