Installation Art

A rainy art installation, the U.S. mourns after mass shootings, and thousands of rubber ducks round out this week's top images.
An artist unabashed by color, audacious when it comes to the shifting of material and space, Margalit Romano is a passionate painter and mixed media artist who reshaped a therapeutic hobby into a career of commercial and interior commissions.
The eponymous installation Breathing (2015) is a splay of 150 black and white photographs on transparency plus a projected
Delightfully strange and elegantly mysterious, the work of Christophe Piallat sucks you into another world.
Diane Nebolon Silver: Eastern/Grand Canal, oil on hemp, 24 x 96 in, 2016 Her studio now is active with a new body of such
The Small Space Fest is just one evening of performance, but the art installations remain on view for a month. The project has been devised by the recently formed Weft in the Weave Collective consisting of visual and performance artist Heidi Rider, performer, playwright and director Elizabeth Nelson and actor, director and photographer, Adriana Chavez.
People continue to label my work as "post-internet" art and I keep thinking about what that means to me. I like the ability
In a way, it comes down to one poetically tautological question: What do ideas actually look like? Fichou's eclectic, materially
Robert Reynolds: Sinking Ships Robert Reynolds: Island Series: Tarawa (detail) Robert Reynolds: Island Series: Sea of Azov
I then turned a corner into a music room, where Barbara Bloom captures an educated upper class upbringing with her photographs
In person, the presence of inappropriate materials is even more pronounced, as all angled views reveal the sandwich of materials
How do you pick your artists? At first, we relied on colleagues across the company to recommend artists they love. Once we
And that is where the altruism kicks in. Tribble spent 10 years doing economic development for Native American communities
Kim Schoenstadt's abiding interest in architecture skews toward the interpretive, allegorical, palimpsestically repurposed, aspirational, never-built, and even fictional edifices of the last century.
"Perhaps there could be a way to compost for credits toward fresh produce. Really, New Yorkers need to buy what they can consume and stop producing so much waste in the first place."
Upon first entering Scenario in the Shade, the extensive new project by artists Justin Lowe and Jonah Freeman, in collaboration with performer and musician Jennifer Herrema, I was scratching my head wondering if I read the address wrong.
Inside the 87,000 sq ft space more than 90 galleries represent 14 countries. Alongside the gallery booths are 18 large-scale installations curated by Sydney-based The Curators' Department and a moving image program curated by the Australian Center for the Moving Image.