Art

Consumerism
Consumerism

99 American Artists Display Their Dollar Store Dreams in Detroit

Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit’s new exhibition about the dollar store holds value in the Motor City.
Rebecca Mazzei
5.31.17
Female Artists
Female Artists

11 Female Artists Are Covering a New York Neighborhood in Murals

The artists of Women x Women cover the Lower East Side in art reclaiming the female gaze.
Elyssa Goodman
5.28.17
street art
street art

Meet the Female Street Artist Painting Larger-Than-Life Feminist Goddesses

Julieta XLF paints whimsical figures, often entwined with nature, that seem larger than life.
Eva Recinos
5.28.17
Venice Biennale
Venice Biennale

A Modern-day Pinocchio Takes on Rape Culture and Fake News

A deconsecrated church in Venice plays host to “Spite Your Face” by Rachel Maclean.
Josie Thaddeus-Johns
5.25.17
apps
apps

The "Anti-Social Media" App for Sharing Your Mundane Moments

Once a day, at random, the app Minutiae’s users anonymously share the most mundane moments of their lives.
DJ Pangburn
5.25.17
Installation
Installation

A Stunning Spiderweb of Red Thread Weaves Together Forgotten Memories

Chiharu Shiota fills a Savannah institution with crimson yarn and discarded wooden school chairs.
Annie Armstrong
5.23.17
mental health
mental health

An Installation Artist Overhauls Rooms to Explore Our Neuroses

Artist Sarah Hobbs links living spaces to mental health in her immersive installations.
Sean Neumann
5.23.17
robots
robots

Robot Artists Compete for Thousands of Dollars at This Painting Competition​

In total, 38 teams from 10 countries submitted 200 different artworks.
Catherine Chapman
5.22.17
Art
Art

An Audiovisual Performance Explores How Humans and Machines Collaborate

With 'AV0,' Luca De Rosso explores the question of whether humans and computers can ever really be partners.
Nathaniel Ainley
5.17.17
Art
Art

A Korean Latte Artist Is Pushing the Limits of Coffee Creativity

Kangbin Lee creates incredibly detailed artworks on the tops of coffee.
Nathaniel Ainley
5.16.17
architecture
architecture

Immersive Artists and Architects Share the Secrets of Their Practices

Installation artists Jonah Freeman and Justin Lowe speak on a panel with British architecture collective Assemble during Frieze Week.
Andrew Nunes
5.16.17
poetry
poetry

Apples and Ballons Are Like Paper for This Poet Laureate

Redmond Poet Laureate Shin Yu Pai is changing the way we experience poetry.
Abby Ronner
5.16.17