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#GETIT- Bridgette Meinholds Impossible Bottle

The only artist to tackle the impossible bottle, author, painter, environmental writer (my coworker at Inhabitat) and all around Renaissance woman, Bridgette Meinhold blew my mind with her pine-cone impossible […]

Cheese Made from Olafur Eliasson’s Tears on Display in Dublin

I’m not sure if I could think of something more gross than art cheese- made from bacteria from Olafur Eliasson’s tears and Hans Ulrich Obrist’s nose. I’m gagging even writing […]

Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia is Nearing Completion! (sorta)

I love the Sagrada Familia- and all of Barcelona for that matter- as well as Gaudi. After over 100 years, it is finally nearing completion. Gaudi would be proud- he […]

Marco Casagrande’s Fishermen

Located off the island of Xiamen near Kinmen, Taiwan, four soaring fishermen sculptures rise from the beach at low tide. Designed by Marco Casagrande, the public art installation becomes partially submerged […]

The Flower Parade!

Flowers are art too! Every September 1st the Bloemencorso Zundert flower parade touches down in the Netherlands with spectacular floats made from thousands of flowers – and we just received a fresh set of […]

Ugo Rondinone at Rock Center

This week, artist Ugo Rondinone’s massive stone sculptures took over one of NYC’s most famous plazas, putting the “rock” in Rockefeller Center. Called “Human Nature,” the exhibition is made up of […]

Vahge Collage

Collage artist Vahge uses bits and pieces taken from magazines, greeting cards, books, and dolls to create gorgeous creations that evoke a Victorian flavor. The Brooklyn-based artist is inspired by Dadaism, memories from her […]

Single Fare at RH Gallery

ingle Fare, the phenomenal exhibition that recycles hundreds of used MetroCards into miniature works of art, is back for a third rendition. Hosted by RH Gallery in Tribeca, the show turns the discarded MetroCards […]

Wolfgang Laib Covers MoMA in Pollen

The Museum of Modern Art’s second floor atrium has been home to some monumental pieces in the past few years, from Martha Rosler’s Meta-Monumental Garage Sale of patrons’ junk to Marina Abramovic’s The Artist […]

Anne Militello at World Financial Center

For the next few months, the beautiful Winter Garden at the Brookfield Place World Financial Center in New York City will be transformed into a glowing light installation each evening. Opened last […]

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