Cy Twombly left out New Mexico "because otherwise the map would look like underpants."
No, Jennifer Maravillas is not crazy. But she does walk the streets picking up interesting pieces of trash.
For its inaugural exhibit, the Getty station in Chelsea will be filled with metal sheep.
How Randy Hage creates dioramas of the city as it once was.
The borough appears to have suffered a zoo break, with gorillas, chimps, and even an iguana inside building ventilation shafts.
Inside a team of researchers' quest to see what happens to people when they're exposed repeatedly to Kinkade's saccharine artworks.
With bright paint and an eye out for the police, Francisco de Pájaro transforms street rubbish into hilarious googly-eyed freaks.
Behold the Sears Tower deconstructed into flaccid tubes, a Mies van der Rohe building sunk in Lake Michigan, and other incredible concepts.
Conceptual artist Nobutaka Aozaki asks New York tourists for directions scribbled on a napkin, receipt, or stray piece of paper.
This week, Bay Area art lovers were treated to paintings made from real animal poo "carefully hand-picked from local farms."
A new exhibition transforms the "utterly ordinary" parts of New York City life into urban icons.
The Bay Area's Jenny Odell creates maddeningly complex sets of similar structures, like stadiums, nuclear plants and cargo ships.
Ellen Harvey looks into the future and sees extraterrestrials amid neo-classical ruins.
An art installation on San Francisco's China Beach examines the tract home as a symbol for the American Dream.
Multimedia artist Brian Foo's latest project explores how urban forms shapes our lives.
Rodin, meet Napster.
Single mothers, former criminals, homeless people and punks at a "human zoo."
Artist Matthew Picton evokes specific historical events or time periods with the art, text, even paper he chooses to use.
The museum is threatening to play hardball if it's ordered to auction off its assets to help the city pay off its massive debt.