Polish artist Marta Klonowska continues her unique sculptural technique of using thousands of shards of glass to form colorful animals.
The American photographer exploded into the mainstream media in 1938 with his dazzling shots of models reading, cooking, and drinking champagne on the ocean floor.
You can’t image that the artist just forms seemingly spare geometric shapes in windows and on on white panels, which come to life with streaks of color when hit with sunlight.
“Let’s say it’s a post-requiem show, where, like in a Poe’s novel, I’m pretending to be dead, but I can still see and hear what happens around.”
An old office space is basically an apartment without either kitchen, bathrooms, or storage – Note Design Studio worked with a private client that hoped to transform it into a home.
Italian designer Sonia Pedrazzini just unveiled in 2018 Milan Design Week her latest “collection-homage” of still life master Giorgio Morandi.
Chiharu Shiota often employs the use of everyday objects within her work to explore the relationship between living and dying and to access memories found within these objects.
Tabloid Art History is the newest Twitter account to make dreams come true: justifying hours spent consuming celebrity gossip with its obvious connections to Renaissance masterworks.
Located in California, in the Coachella Valley, the second edition of the art festival Desert X opened earlier this month until April 21st, 2019 (and free to the public).