If you travel into the mountains of Toyama, Japan, you’ll stumble upon a hidden village. Instead of citizens, though, this village, known as Fureai Sekibutsu no Sato, is filled with statues of Japanese townspeople.
Research shows that over 80 percent of the global population lives under skies clouded by light pollution. SKYGLOW aims to shed light (no pun intended) on this problem and explore the biological impact it has on all living things.
It’s no secret that Greece is home to a robust collection of monuments and archaeological sites, all of which possess deep cultural significance. Currently, there are 18 different monuments and unique locations in the Mediterranean country that have been granted the title of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The Bishop Arts District is one of the most unique neighborhoods in all of Dallas, Texas. Located in the center of North Oak Cliff, it’s home to more than 60 boutiques, restaurants, bars, coffee shops, art galleries, and more.
Every year, Washington D.C.’s famous cherry blossoms let the world know that spring has arrived. For many, they also symbolize renewal, hope, and friendship.
New York-based photo artist Anya Anti is making waves with her newest conceptual photography project, “2.5 Seconds.” Anti, who was born in Ukraine, created this project with the goal of raising awareness about climate change. She accomplishes this with the use of allegorical figures placed against lush green backdrops and coupled with surreal symbolism.
It’s not hard at all for most white parents to find dolls that resemble their children. As Gaëtan Etoga and Yannick Nguepdjop know all too well, though, the same is not true for parents of color.
Trips to outer space might not be an option for vacationers (yet). However, explorers can still break the mold and do something new by booking a stay at Area 55 (one of only 85 “Futuro Houses” in the world) located in Joshua Tree, California.
When most people think about Peruvian tourist attractions, they think about ancient ruins. The city of Cusco is ever-evolving, though, and it has a new attraction in the works: Apukunaq Tianan, also known as the “Abode of the Gods.”
American portrait artist Elizabeth Chapin will debut a new solo exhibition entitled “Banishment of Solitude” this spring. The show will be presented at Martine Chaisson Gallery in New Orleans, Louisiana, and will run from March 6 through May 1, 2021.