Long before the selfie, there was Cindy Sherman, the shape-shifting artist best-known for her often grotesque self-portraits.
Imagine a house containing a towering bronze pitchfork and shovel that will never be used for gardening; a working vacuum cleaner -- topped with the gilded bust of a horse -- that will never clean floors; and an oversize saucepan -- made of crystal, bronze, wood and gilding -- that will never find its way to the stove.
Tate Modern made a show on Tuesday of its new pyramid-like extension, which significantly adds to the London gallery's space and allows it to exhibit more contemporary art from around the world.
Beneath the crackle and hum of Japan's neon veneer, graffiti culture has traditionally been viewed as mindless vandalism assaulting the country's highly valued sense of order and cleanliness.
Archaeologists are set to unveil further details of medieval cities hidden under jungle in Cambodia near Angkor Wat, the world's largest religious complex, the Guardian newspaper said Saturday.
New to Boston, Parisian artist Aur幨ie Galois took a deep breath, gathered her oil paints and ventured forth on a unique mission to get acquainted with her adoptive city: Every Friday, for an entire year, she painted a portrait of a stranger.
Millennials are often labeled the "Peter Pan" generation, the kids who refuse to grow up.
Models pose before a sand sculpture on a beach in Mashagou Coastal Recreation Area in Southern Taiwan on Friday, June 10.
A couple casts shadows as they walk past a wall painted with hearts, an artwork created by Royal, on Wednesday, June 8.
It's taken nearly 2,000 years, but regular folks will soon get to feel what it is like to walk on water thanks to a project by the artist Christo, who may or may not have had his namesake in mind when envisioning his latest project: "The Floating Piers."