It was unveiled Tuesday after a decade of campaigning and fundraising, but many critics took to Twitter to question why it had to feature a naked female figure.
By Associated Press
The inflatable replica that rests on the lake’s solid surface isn’t a political statement, nor a throwback to the ending of 1969’s “Planet of the Apes,” but a decades-long tradition founded on a good laugh.
By Joshua Barajas
British sculptor Andy Goldsworthy has long been known for his unconventional approach to art. In an ongoing project at Kansas City’s Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Goldsworthy has created a “walking wall,” assembling and then disassembling the same limestone rocks, moving…
By Jeffrey Brown, Lorna Baldwin
Museum workers in Kabul have been trying to reassemble ancient Buddha figurines as a nervous country waits for the Taliban and the U.S. to reach a deal on ending America's longest war.
By Cara Anna, Associated Press
By Matthew Robert Bennett, The Conversation
What’s the secret to building a majestic sandcastle that will withstand the tide of time? Luckily, there’s a scientific formula for that.
A “Wind Sculpture” by visual artist Yinka Shonibare MBE was recently installed in front of the National Museum of African Art in Washington, D.C. It’s the seventh in Shonibare's series of vibrantly colored and patterned public artworks that are made…
By Corinne Segal
Software errors are front and center in "Constructs & Glitches," a new sculpture series by Christopher Stuart that draws several of its forms from technological mistakes.
By Megan Thompson, tritzenthaler
In a new exhibit, Chicago's Field Museum has revived elements from its controversial 1933 show, "Races of Mankind," consisting of 104 bronze statues that depict races from around the world. Most of the statues were banished by 1969 as public…
Strap into your scuba gear -- this underwater museum is wortha dive.
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