This summer, you should check out these two group exhibitions in New York that hide some serious surprises.
If you're in NYC this summer, these 4 artwors are 100% worth visiting on your lunch break.
A rhino sculpture that's not about the rhino sculpture.
Don’t miss this chance to see Hugh Hayden’s work in person, and we strongly recommend bringing a friend!
We checked out Armory Art Fair Week and these 9 sculptures took the prize for "most innovative".
We take a look at an unexpected collision (and rare treat) happening right now at the center of the contemporary art world: Medieval Art.
A look at Wang Ningle's latest show that is a hybrid of mediums - it's simultaneously photography, sculpture, and perhaps even film.
We take a visual gander back at the incredible art exhibitions we featured in our Unframed column in 2017.
16 high-intensity lasers cut through the misty air of a dark garage in West Chelsea in the latest work, Particulates, by Rita McBride.
Wim Delvoye's latest exhibition turns up the volume, featuring must-see sculptures from the last five years.
Daniel Canogar's latest high-tech artworks are mesmerizing digital paintings and seductive sculptural forms.
A not-to-miss art installation in a shipping container in Brooklyn.
Hiding in the Lower East Side are 4 magical artworks in two different group shows that are even more surprising with closer inspection.
One of artist Henrique Oliveira's massive organic sculptures has FINALLY sprouted in New York City.
LA artist Walead Beshty's destructively perfect show "Open Source" includes a full range of misused technology.