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Found Leaves with Delicate Crochet Embellishments by Susanna Bauer

In her series of sewn together and crocheted leaves and twigs, Susanna Bauer  considers the fragility of nature and humans’ inextricable tie to its survival. The...

Eroded Replicas of Iconic Sculptures Reveal Crystal Formations in New Sculptures...

Artist Daniel Arsham re-envisions some of the most well-recognized sculptures of classical antiquity in Paris, 3020, his recent series of replications marred with lightly pigmented crystals. Both...

Klimt’s painting was found in a hiding place inside the wall...

The portrait was discovered on Tuesday, December 10, 2019, in a metal cache on the outer wall of the same gallery from which he...

The secrets of Bruegel’s ”Wedding Dance” reveals an exhibition in Detroit

Gulphies or groin protection devices that went out of fashion by the end of the 16th century shocked the world both in life and...

22 Artists Consider the Connection Between Self-Portraits and Identity in ME

“ME: An Exhibition of Contemporary Self-Portraiture” asks 22 contemporary artists to explore who they are and how they present themselves. Curated by Sugarlift and Juxtapoz contributing editor and...

Stamps, Scientific Charts, and Hand-Drawn Maps Occupy Every Inch of Travel...

Author and artist José Naranja ensures he won’t forget any detail of his year-round travels across the globe through a meticulous and unique documentation process. Formerly...

100 most important masterpieces of the Dutch and Flemish have been...

CODART, an international network of about 700 museum curators specializing in old Dutch and Flemish art, announced the creation of its own canon -...

Giant Seesaws Transform New York City’s Garment District into Light-Filled Urban...

New York City’s Garment District recently received a dose of cold-weather fun with Impluse, an interactive installation of 12 oversize seesaws that glow and emit sound when...

Countless Hand-Scored Notches Comprise Aquatic Sculptures by Lisa Stevens

From her home studio near Bristol, Lisa Stevens designs heavily detailed sculptures that mimic sea life and natural elements. Her small bowls are complete with ridges...

What would Monet post about? The Orsay Museum has launched impressionist...

The first drawing, published on January 7, presents an imaginary profile of French novelist and art historian Joris-Carles Huysmans. He "published" his portrait, allegedly...