Dive into the surprising "Daydream" of artist Josh Sperling's new exhibition of shaped paintings that span all three floors of Perrotin gallery in New York.
Israeli-born American artist Ghiora Aharoni re-mixes time, science, and multiple religions in his dazzlingly complex glass assembles at Sundaram Tagore Gallery in New York this month.
Legendary artist Michael Heizer presents five massive sculptures at Gagosian Gallery in New York that balance huge boulders on interlocking steel. It's a visually thrilling experience that you feel in your gut.
Jacqueline Kiyomi Gork presents an intriguing interaction of sculpture + sound featuring giant hand-felted coats that absorb sound as visitors' footsteps are captured and broadcast throughout the gallery in real time.
The work of legendary Brazilian artist Abraham Palatnik is pure visual electricity. A gallery exhibition in New York hosts perfect examples from his seven decades of invention.
If you want to take second look, read on for a visual exploration of NYC’s art scene from our Unframed column in 2021.
DRIFT presents their latest de-produced objects in their "Materialism" series at Pace Gallery, breaking down a VW Beetle, Rolex Watch, and more into the exact quantities and materials within each to reshape how we see the world.
Visually stunning sculpture by artist Matthew Angelo Harrison at Salon 94 gallery carves into resin-encased objects, bones and car parts.
Artist Ron Nagle's meticulous small sculptures are something that you watch more than you see + feel like they could move at any moment.
Artist Maya Lin plants a Ghost Forest of 49 dying trees in NYC's Madison Square Park in a surreal and jarring display of climate change.
Showcasing colorful mirrored glass sculptures and gritty paintings on gold leaf, Wild Rosebuds by Jean-Michel Othoniel is a must see.
Igshann Adams' tapestries, made of colorful nylon rope, chains, seashells, wood & glass beads, are inspired by decaying linoleum floors.
Kathleen Ryan captures the surprising beauty of decaying fruit by pinning thousands of individual minerals, gemstones and glass beads.
The Sam Moyer exhibition, Tone, presented paintings that incorporate large pieces of marble and a room of precariously balanced sculptures.
Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson's newest exhibition is a hypnotic play of colorful light that feels like peering into the cosmos.