Contemporary artist Tom Fruin talks with The 10,000 about creating art with found materials, drawing inspiration from the mundane, and why persistance is so important for artists.
British artist Martin Creed's 25-foot tall, rotating neon-red sculpture proclaims a not-so-subtle message visible from Brooklyn, Manhattan, and the Brooklyn Bridge: Understanding. Work No. 2630, UNDERSTANDING (2016) is Creed's largest public sculpture to date.
Zach Walker is a UK-based multidisciplinary video artist who creates installations and interactive live performances using art, movement, and innovative digital technology.
A new digital art exhibit seeking to navigate the convergence of art and technology is currently on display in a most appropriate venue: Silicon Valley's Menlo Park.
To celebrate our company's two-year anniversary, we launched new colored ear pads, so you can personalize your sound. We sat down with cyborg artist Neil Harbisson, who's taking personalization with color to a new level.
The latest exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum celebrates seminal New York artist Tom Sachs' ongoing fascination with and reinterpretation of the icon of hip-hop and street culture, the boombox.
A swimming pool in Rockefeller Center? Scandinavian artist duo Elgreen and Dragset discuss the concept of "readymades," public art, and their latest sculpture "Van Gogh's Ear," on display in New York City this spring.
At David Mann's solo exhibition Sympathetic Strings, the artist draws a rich visual and metaphorical connection between his art and sympathetic strings.
New York-based animator and multidisciplinary artist Georgios Cherouvim's new project geophone generates hypnotic electronic soundscapes from three-dimensional digital objects.
In the center of Times Square this Valentine's Day, a monumental sculptural loop of radiant golden mirrored hearts transports viewers into a whimsical inner world.
Introducing multimedia artist Anri Sala's major survey exhibition "Anri Sala: Answer Me" at the New Museum
In their two-person exhibition "Away From Keyboard" at Postmasters Gallery, New York-based artists Kristin Lucas and Joe McKay challenge viewers' perceptions through a wide range of engrossing user interfaces and innovative technology.
Located outside Lower Manhattan's Brookfield Place, the 5,300 square-foot pop-up museum presented five installations based on a corresponding emotion including optimistic, exhilarated and calm.