The Miami couple believes what they call "an otherwise inexpensive and perishable piece of produce and a couple inches of duct tape” will become "an iconic historical object.”
Supported by Nordea-fonden In this short interview Dan Graham offers advice to younger artists by tallying up the best and
Jonathan Monk (b. 1969) is a British conceptual artist who was born in Leicester in 1969 and lives and works in Berlin and
There is something you can do.
Kristoffer Ørum, "Invisible Objects", installation view, Prince Gallery KØ: Yes, as you know your gallery (Prince Gallery
I have no grander conclusion to draw from this. I just thought it was interesting, and delightful, and funny. I am awfully
For David Zaitz, a good conceptual photo is all about the idea. David gets inspiration from anywhere and everywhere, taking ordinary situations and making them extraordinary.
Ireland made his home a work of art, one reflecting his distinct (to say the least) sensibility. Tiny plaques commemorated the damage left by the safe Ireland dropped a couple of times hauling it downstairs for Mr. Greub, whose name and trade stayed on a front window.
Artist Ana Prvacki dares to imagine how our smallest, most absurd ideas can change the world.
Overground Splash Jaywalking Lazy morning Electricitree False alarm About a year ago I decided to do all I could to stay