Artist Nalini Malani’s exhortations to address violence are particularly poignant after this month’s tragedies.
On June 4th, 1962, a young photographer working for the Venezuelan newspaper “La Republica” took some of the best photos of his career. That photographer was Héctor Rondón Lovera.
The art world too global for you? Each week, Interview highlights in pictures the shows you’d want to see—if you could jetset from one international hub to the next
The work of the American photographer Stephen Shore (b. 1947, New York City) has shaped contemporary photography and inspired generations of photographers
In 1988, Gary Greff set out to save the town of Regent, North Dakota one super-sized sculpture at a time and has continued his fight to this day. Greff’s “Enchanted Highway,” which spans the 30 miles from Gladstone, North Dakota to Regent, is home to sculptures such as “World’s Largest Tin Family,” “Fisherman’s Dream” and “Geese in Flight,” the world’s largest scrap metal sculpture according to the Guiness Book of World Records
Resting on the edge of the East River in Long Island City’s Hunter’s Point Park South is a hot pink, Jaccuzi-like structure.
After debuting at Banksy’s Dismaland, a new iteration of James “Jimmy” Cauty’s Aftermath Dislocation Principle is now touring the U.K.
Looking at photographer Michael Marcelle’s work is a like an adventure in a surrealist storybook.