Maybe you're maxed out on shopping for art for the moment or perhaps you're just looking to mix up your wall decor with some unexpected elements. These folks did it. They all found genius ways to decorate their walls with beautiful and interesting items, no frame required.
It's not okay to touch the real Mona Lisa, but at Manila's Art in Island, you can pose like you painted it. Recently opened, the world's first selfie museum encourages you to interact with 3D models of famous works—and snap a pic while you're at it.
Philadelphia-based artist Alex Da Corte's new exhibition, Die Hexe, transforms the historic Upper East Side townhouse of Luxembourg & Dayan Gallery into a high-art haunted house. Decorated with found items, the space looks like it could be a set for a long-lost David Lynch film.
String, on its own, doesn't seem particularly exciting — but in the hands of the right artists, these little threads take on a beautiful, ephermeral quality. Read on to see photos of nine of our favorite string art installations.
You've probably seen Vincent van Gogh's Café Terrace at Night a ton of times. But what's the group in the back group in the back? Researcher Jared Baxter points out that there's a long-haired central figure, surrounded by twelve others and a thirteenth departing.
A landscape drawing by Vincent Van Gogh will be shown in public for the first time in 105 years. Le Moulin d'Alphonse Daudet à Fontvielle will be unveiled at TEFAF Maastricht, after being held in private collections since 1910.
Fashion and portrait photographer Richard Avedon will have an exhibit at Philadelphia's National Museum of American Jewish History. It consists of four portrait murals inspired by the revolutionary atmosphere of the 1960s and early 1970s, and a series of 68 portraits entitled The Family, originally published in Rolling Stone magazine on the eve of the 1976 election.