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 Corinne Segal
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…
By Megan Thompson and tritzenthaler
Strap into your scuba gear -- this underwater museum is wortha dive.
By Corinne Segal
Artist Mark di Suvero's "Proverb" sculpture was 60 feet tall and stood at the corner of Woodall Rodgers and Pearl Street in Dallas, T.X. for nearly 13 years.
By Jerome Weeks, KERA
By Maryland Public Television
Using a self-taught technique, David Knopp carves plywood laminate into fantastically abstract shapes, imbuing the rigid nature of wood with the fluidity of water.
By Alison Jardine, KERA
Dallas artist Gabriel Dawe makes physically imposing and yet nebulous sculpture of thread stretched between points on the ceiling and points on the floor. He creates a multifaceted geometric shape, the color changing like a rainbow as the viewer’s eye…
By Laila Kazmi, KCTS
Humaira Abid is a sculptor and painter. Based in the Seattle area, she spends several months out of each year in Lahore, Pakistan, where she grew up and still maintains her main studio. Her work is a reflection of her…
By PBS NewsHour
A new exhibit at the Neue Galerie in New York juxtaposes the classical 19th century paintings and sculptures that Adolf Hitler loved, with the abstract art that he hated and labeled "degenerate." The Nazis put on a show of so-called…
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