Yayoi Kusama’s INFINITY MIRRORED ROOM invites oblivion
The “Infinity Mirror Room” only allows people to stay for one to one-and-a-half minutes, it feels like one is completely alone in the oblivion of oneself
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MAG exhibition “Beyond Beauty” confronts visitors with what they don’t want to see
"Beyond Beauty" portrays humanity as less-than-perfect in the traditional sense: Body Horror; Witch, Mother, Crone; The Wages of Sin; and Social Ills.
Find X: Identifying humanity in “Homework, Horizons, and Hellscapes”
Underneath the graphs, hidden behind rational squares and plotted timelines, are thousands of unnamed voices, crying out from between x and y.
An opportunity to create: Turkish Ebru sip n’ paint with Muslim Students’ Association
The Muslim Students’ Association’s Sip n’ Paint sent many students home with a weight lifted off their shoulders and a few pieces of artwork of their own.
‘Striking Power’: the truth behind the broken noses of Ancient Egyptian sculptures
The exhibit examines the patterns of damage inflicted on works of art for political, religious, and criminal reasons — the results of organized campaigns of destruction.
Chris Samnee proves to us once again why he should draw the Batman comics
Don’t know where to start looking from years worth of Batobers? Here are some of my favorite pieces from the years of Batobers.
Potato Seance: Troxell conveys growth and decay with just moss and mold
Troxell's sculptures convey stories of deception, deterioration, progression, and possibly even acceptance.