Tokyo-based collective teamLab’s exhibition ‘Transcending Boundaries’ explores the role of digital technology in transcending the physical and conceptual boundaries that exist between different artworks.
London-based photographer Harley Weir brings ‘Boundaries’, an engaging collection of youth-focused, intimate and at times, risqué images, to Amsterdam this spring.
Take a look inside Kojima Productions new Tokyo headquarters to meet “Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima’s team and discover how their daily environment impacts the development of Death Stranding”.
Amazon will open it’s next brick and mortar bookstore, one of 300-400 expect Amazon Books Locations, in Manhattan, New York City this spring.
MCA Chicago will feature a unique Takashi Murakami exhibit in the upcoming year, titled Dubbed Takashi Murakami: The Octopus Eats Its Own Leg.
Artist Otis Hope Carey has created his first solo exhibition with a series of paintings titled ‘NGURAALAMI’.
Japanese Artist Motoi Yamamoto creates an incredible art piece ‘Salt Labyrinths’.
German photographer Matthias Heiderich’s latest photo series, ‘Material I’, captures the minimalistic beauty of city architecture.
With their robots that 3D “draw” in steel, Dutch startup MX3D will print a bridge over the water in the center of Amsterdam.
The building contains a concert hall, over 10,000 vinyls with turntables available, 3,000 books and all issues of Rolling Stone magazine released since 1967.
San Francisco-based photographer Beth Moon series of photos titled ‘Diamond Nights’ captures trees shining in the night skies from remote areas of Botswana, Namibia and South Africa.
Photographer Nicolas Knepper’s series ‘Hollyfood’ recreates famous movie scenes by using food compositions.
The latest in filmmaker Jesse Brass’ Making Art series, artist Zaria Forman discusses the inspiration and intent behind her giant pastel drawings of icebergs and ocean waves.