Italian sculpture artist shows us how to make a colorful, traditional whistle from Bari.
A Statue, Restored, Can Now Walk and Talk
Tullio Lombardo's "Adam," restored after a fall, moves and talks through virtual versions of itself in "The Return," an interactive theater piece by Reid Farrington open July 11 to Aug. 2 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Photo: Cassandra Giraldo
Brian Getz in USA Creates Worlds Largest Balloon Sculpture
Brian Getz unveiled the worlds largest balloon sculpture this month, and it was quite the epic creation. The balloon structure was 88 feet in height and was created using 6,813 balloons. This is a time lapsed snapshot of 5 days worth of creating and 400 hours worth of man power that went into the process.
New Art Unmasked in NYC's Rockefeller Plaza
Sculptor Thomas Houseago discusses 'Masks (Pentagon),' his set of five plaster masks installed this week in New York's Rockefeller Plaza. The art will be on view for six weeks. Photo/Video: Jennifer Weiss for The Wall Street Journal
French Artist JR's Triangle Sculpture: A Walker in the City
A behind-the-scenes look at how the French artist JR created a large-scale pasting in the triangle below the Flatiron Building for the Walking New York issue of The New York Times Magazine. By: Andrew T. Warman for The New York Times
Jaguar and Land Rover Designs at the Milan Design Week 2015
Watch Land Rover and Jaguar-inspired designs on display at the Milan Design Week 2015.
Paleoartist Brings Dinosaurs to Life
Tyler Keillor, a paleoartist at the University of Chicago, creates sculptures of dinosaurs and other prehistoric life. Photo: Bob Stefko for The Wall Street Journal
'Power and Pathos' Exhibit Shows Beautiful Bronzes
Was the apotheosis of Western sculpture achieved 2,000 years ago? A new exhibit on Hellenistic bronze sculpture endorses this view.
Gavin Brown's 'People' Neon Sculpture
From the dealer who brought you a dug-up gallery floor (Urs Fischer), an in-situ soup kitchen (Rirkrit Tiravanija), and a weenie roast with his doppelgänger Mark Ruffalo, Gavin Brown once again went for a booth that skates between the line of gimmick and punk. No dealers, no table, no nothing - just Martin Creed on his own (well, not actually the artist himself). “People,” the green neon-light sign screams as it twists and turns in a continuous loop at the entrance of Hall B.
Thousands Of Red Bull Cans Transformed Into Amazing Sculptures
The Red Bull Art of Can Exhibit is on display in Chicago where artists have turned thousands of Red Bulls cans into unique sculptures.
Studio Tour | Bouke De Vries
The Dutch artist discusses the inspiration behind his work at his West London home and studio. By: London Sessions Productions/
What’s So Special About Degas’s 'Little Dancer'?
Leisure and Arts Editor Eric Gibson on renewed interest in Edgar Degas’s 'Little Dancer Aged Fourteen.' Photo: National Gallery of Art
Crap Taxidermy: A How-to Video
Kat Su, the author of Crap Taxidermy, attempts to stuff an animal on her own
'Calder Shadows' Exhibition at the Venus Over Manhattan Gallery
Calder Shadows, which opened last week at Adam Lindemann’s Upper East Side gallery Venus Over Manhattan, is two shows in one.
Chris Burden's Installation at the New Museum
Artist Chris Burden's installations are now on the exterior of the New Museum as part of his show, "Extreme Measures." Here, the museum's director, Lisa Phillips, narrates a time-lapse video of the installation.
The Making of the Summer Reading Sculpture
A short animated stop-motion video that shows how we created the "book man" sculpture.
Turning Tyres Into Art
Amadou Fatoumata Ba is an unconventional Senegalese artist who uses old tyres as raw material for his sculptures.
Tiny Skeleton Art, Creepy or Cool?
Sculptor Isaac Cordal has placed tiny skeletal art along the streets of Chiapas, Mexico. Matt Sampson wants to know, do you think it's creepy or cool?
Man Turns Damaged Tree Into A Magnificent Work of Art
When Duane Malloroy’s tree was destroyed in a snow storm in February, he saw potential. Instead of having the willow torn down, he did something more interesting.
The artist Jeff Koons unveils his new sculpture 'Play-Doh' in a retrospective at the Whitney Museum. The sculptural enlargement took 20 years to complete.
Jeff Koons on How Art Enlightens Him
Jeff Koons is the today's most expensive living artist and is getting ready for the Whitney Museum of American Art's opening of 'Jeff Koons: A Retrospective.' Mr. Koons tells WSJ's Tanya Rivero about where his inspirations stem from and how his art helps him experience enlightenment.
The Future of Aesthetics with Dale Chihuly
American artist Dale Chihuly is renowned for his beautifully coloured sculptures. To date, his work has been on view in spaces such as the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and New York’s Rockefeller Center. In ‘The Future of Aesthetics’, part of the Mulsanne Visionaries series, Chihuly describes artists using teams to bring a vision to life, raising the question of what will therefore constitute art in the future.
Nudity & Anatomy: 18th-Century Statue Causes a Scandal
The Frick Collection: Houdon and Clodion are among the greatest French sculptors of the late eighteenth century, as well as the creators of works featured in the Frick's special exhibition Enlightenment and Beauty. As students in Rome in the 1760s, both were schooled in Greek and Roman culture and studied vast collections of antiquities.
Hyper-Real Sculptures and More Arts Stories
Rio de Janeiro's Museum of Modern Art houses the giant life-like sculptures of Australian artist Ron Mueck, an exhibition in Italy explores the artistic development of Gustav Klimt - and more from the world of arts.
Student Snaps 19th Century Statue While Snapping a Selfie
Most museums have strict rules regarding taking photos and touching the art, so one would assume you shouldn’t climb onto a sculpture and snap a selfie.
Expensive Modern Art Thrown Out By Cleaning Lady, Confused With Trash
A cleaning lady mistakenly threw away modern art in southern Italy, according to a BBC report.
Willed: The Artists
After Andrea's father died, emails and letters started pouring in about her grandfather, a famous Art Deco sculptor, and the vast collection she had just inherited.
A Monumental and Ceremonial Culture
This lecture will examine David d'Angers's monumental commissions of the 1820s and 1830s in relation to the Bourbon Restoration, the July Monarchy, and the politics of public memory. It also will consider the sculptor's relationship to the period's architects and their collaborative work on the transformation of urban space in Paris.
Cool Art Made Out of Pop Bottle Caps
Take a look a this cool art made out of pop bottle caps in the High Desert.
Using an iPhone to Control a 40-Foot Figure Sculpture
Marco Cochrane is the sculptor of the 40-foot-high "Bliss Dance" sculpture, created on Treasure Island in the San Francisco Bay. We head to his studio to see how he built this massive, beautiful structure.