American artist Jim Denevan has created one of his most ambitious installations to date as part of Abu Dhabi's public art initiative, Manar Abu Dhabi. The vast, yet ephemeral, land art is made from 448 hand-formed pyramids and mounds laid out in 19 concentric circles. Together, they form a mesmerizing mandala pattern that invites the public inside to experience the design's effects.
Suspended Paper Kite Installations Explore Artist’s East Asian and Western Identities in the Digital Age
Japanese-American artist Jacob Hashimoto unveiled an immersive installation at the Miles McEnery Gallery in New York City.
From incredible, immersive videos to thought-provoking sculptures, the year in art installations was certainly thrilling.
In September, when JR transformed the façade of the Paris Opera House into a Platonic cave, it was only the first sign of what was to come. As promised, the French street artist continued his work, with Act II occurring in November. For this moment, the architecture of Act I dissolved, leaving behind a cavern filled with human handprints.
Artist Benjamin Von Wong is known for his innovative installations that spotlight important social and environmental issues.
Walking into one of teamLab‘s exhibitions is like entering another world.
From now until February 2024, the Ashikaga Flower Park in Japan will be a spectacular display of lights. Over 5 million LED bulbs have been used to create a garden of glowing wisteria, cherry blossoms, and other flora. Visitors can wander the grounds and immerse themselves in a nighttime exhibition that changes theme three times over the duration of its installation.
On the heels of U2's premiere performance at Las Vegas' Sphere, the world has been buzzing about the impressive visuals...
For the past several months, artist Thomas Dambo has been traveling from the East Coast to the West Coast of...
After stunning the world with its spectacular Fourth of July display, the Las Vegas Sphere has opened itself to art installations. The first creative to step up to the plate and utilize the expansive 580,000-square-foot display is Turkish artist Refik Anadol. He took over the venue with an installation titled Machine Hallucinations: Sphere, which features a mesmerizing animation using publicly sourced images and computer algorithms.
Next time you're walking through a major European city, remember to take a look at the ground.
American artist KAWS has installed one of his iconic characters in yet another scenic setting as part of the KAWS:HOLIDAY...