Driving the Human: A Three-Year Development Process Combining Science, Technology, and the Arts •
Aiming to respond to the complex scenarios of our time, Driving the Human is a research project led by four collaborating partner institutions: acatech – National Academy of Science and Engineering, Munich; the Berlin-based mentoring program Forecast; Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design; and ZKM | Center for Art and Media, also in Karlsruhe. …
The Top Award-Winning Drawings of 2020
Take a look at the exquisite work of the three winning artists of the 12th Strokes of Genius drawing competition. Our special issue, The Best of Drawing, is a showcase of the 117 outstanding works of art — executed in a drawing medium or in a wet medium using a drawerly approach — that were selected for publication from all the entries into the 12th Strokes of Genius drawing competition. This year, we asked artist Juliette Aristides to select three drawings from among these finalists for…
Researchers Create 3D Reconstruction of Renaissance Master Raphael’s Face
The new study also confirmed that the authenticity of the artist’s remains beneath the Pantheon.
For no eyes only: Mark Bradford’s quarantine paintings push the bounds of virtual art viewing
For his first online exhibition, the artist hangs paintings made during lockdown in isolation in an empty space atop Hauser & Wirth’s LA gallery
Sotheby’s is Selling Candid Studio Portraits of Jonas Wood, Henry Taylor, and Other Artists—See Them Here | Artnet News
The charismatic pictures were all shot by the self-taught photographer Aubrey Mayer.
Our Time Machine: a moving documentary on art, family and dementia
Acclaimed Chinese artist Maleonn found an unusual way to stage a tribute and a time capsule to his family when his father’s health deteriorates
Artists, Curators, and Dealers Launch Initiatives to Support Black Lives Matter Movement
Artists such as Paul Mpagi Sepuya, Tiona Nekkia McClodden, and Alex Da Corte are selling their art in exchange for donations.
In David Reed’s New Abstract Paintings, Motion Registers as Stasis
David Reed’s brushstrokes, or what look like brushstrokes, race over the canvas with such speed, or what looks like speed, that they achieve a smooth, opaque stasis.
Anatomical Forms Emerge From Zippers, Quilted Fabric, and Felt by Élodie Antoine
Belgian artist Élodie Antoine understands the behavior of fibers, controlling them in ways to produce textile designs that are organic, fungal, and oftentimes anatomical in nature. Her anatomies emerge from taut lycra, dense felt structures, and an impressive number of zippers. The pieces are as muc