You can thank the Twitter account @robyniko for what is sure to be your new computer wallpaper.
MAD renovated the tunnel for the 2018 Echigo-Tsumari Triennale art festival, turning it into a series of eye-catching lookouts and installations that are in and of themselves pieces of art.
Created by German artist duo Quintessenz, the installation is made from more than 120 pieces of fabric that hang in layers to create a pixelated effect.
The museum is exhibiting 50 hyper-colored digital works, which immerse visitors in wild and whimsical worlds that respond to touch, sound, and movement.
Crafted by the late Congolese artist Bodys Isek Kingelez, these colorfully fantastical visions speak to the power of architecture to change a city’s future.
The pavilion’s group exhibition, "Dimensions of Citizenship" is a dense and comprehensive show.
The towers rise nine feet into the air and spin around on a pedestal via a hidden motor. The motion is pre-programmed to reflect New York City’s activity over the course of a day.
Mexican-American artist Tanya Aguiñiga explores immigration, identity, and culture in her first solo show at the Museum of Arts and Design.
New Orleans Airlift has been building houses that double as instruments for the last seven years and now it’s looking to take its musical architecture on the road.
The piece combines origami and 3D-printing techniques to sculpt nearly 2,000 square feet of air-purifying fabric.
"March On," a new exhibition at the Storefront for Art & Architecture, dives into the history of marching bands in African American culture.
In Pollution Pods, artist Michael Pinksy recreated the atmospheres of five cities and encapsulated them in transparent pods in the courtyard of London’s Somerset House.
The latest work from Plebeian Design and Hypersonic hangs upside-down from an atrium ceiling and rotates slowly like a mobile.
Called "Etherea," the site-specific installation features three life-size structures inspired by neoclassical and baroque architecture.
Called The Mastaba, the piece will be built from 7,506 multi-colored barrels stacked into a massive trapezoidal pyramid.
Swimming in 38,000 balls? Going down a "Willy Wonka-inspired" rainbow hallway? It was all a dream!
We chat with Cape Town artist Alexis Christodoulou about his process and inspirations. Spoiler: It’s a lot of architecture.
Will we one day control our environment with dance moves?
Now on view at New York’s Museum of Arts and Design, "Derrick Adams: Sanctuary" investigates the book as both an artifact of Jim Crow America and as a constructive force against racism.
The artworks by Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald reflect how the Obamas have championed diverse, modern art.
It’s four times the scale of a similar spectacle at Lady Gaga’s 2017 Super Bowl half-time show.
In Santa Fe, an art collective has created an "undocumentable" place. Designers: take note.
Two new exhibitions at NYC’s Friedman Benda gallery focus on architect-designed furniture, featuring both 20th-century masters and emerging firms of today.
Debuting this July, the show will feature over 400 drawings, models, photos, and films from the former country’s leading architects.
Little Brick Lane uses photos and plans of your home to build a mind-bogglingly detailed Lego replica.
Rome-based architectural practice 2A+P/A has brought to life a drawing by Italian designer and architect Ettore Sottsass.
This year’s Icehotel invited 36 artists from 17 countries to create a main hall, ice ceremony hall, and 15 new "art suites."
Architects David Weingarten and Lucia Howard have collected over 4,000 pieces of artwork and architectural souvenirs from the 17th- to 19th-century Europe.
"Salvator Mundi," reportedly the last Leonardo Da Vinci painting in private hands, just sold for $450.3 million.
The floor, net, rackets, tennis balls, iced tea, and coaches are all part of an interactive art piece.