Imagine this scene: as the sun sets over the bustling streets of Los Angeles, at 1923 South Santa Fe Avenue, a warm glow envelops a gathering of art enthusiasts, collectors, and creatives. They’ve come from near and far, converging at the eagerly anticipated opening of Abigail Ogilvy Gallery’s latest venue. The occasion? The electrifying debut of the “Big Time Sensuality” exhibition, meticulously curated by the spirited Alexandra Terry.
Why use a camera to capture your memories when you could use a needle and thread? For Maria Zamyatina, embroidery is the best way to remember the many places she has visited.
A decade ago, in 2013, artist Bruno Catalano made headlines when he unveiled ten life-size bronze sculptures (known collectively as “Les Voyageurs” or “The Travelers”), each depicting a person with portions of their bodies missing.
Auguste Rodin’s famous marble sculpture, “The Kiss,” is one of the world’s most renowned examples of carnal love demonstrated through art. Many people are familiar with the statue, which features two nude lovers kissing passionately, but they don’t know its surprising and somewhat sordid history.
Japan is home to some of the world’s most intriguing architectural designs, as well as a variety of historical monuments and sculptures. For those who want to enjoy a bit of whimsy while exploring the country’s attractions, a trip to the Otagi Nenbutsu-ji temple is essential.
Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of India, a land that is a treasure trove of iconic marvels like the ethereal Taj Mahal in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, and the imposing Red Fort Complex in New Delhi. However, beyond these well-trodden paths lies a hidden gem waiting to be discovered – the whimsical Nek Chand Rock Garden nestled in the heart of Chandigarh.
Chile is famous for its many attractions, including Torres del Paine National Park and Easter Island. If you’re planning a visit, be sure to add “Mano del Desierto” or “The Hand of the Desert” to your must-see list.
Plenty of artists worldwide are known for their controversial creations. However, one artist often springs to mind when the subject of problematic art comes up: Maurizio Cattelan. Cattelan is the creator of “Him,” which has been described as one of the most “shocking and disquieting” post-war era works of art.
Forget clay and stone – artist Nick Cave brings a fresh perspective to sculpting by using fabric as his medium of choice for his captivating works of art.
Artist Katwise is well-known for using bright colors, psychedelic patterns, and one-of-a-kind designs. In her latest project, she’s taken things up a notch by transforming an upstate New York farmhouse into an eye-catching work of art.