Thousands of Artists Reimagine Vermeer's 'Girl With a Pearl Earring'
A Dutch museum selected winning works by five artists—and one A.I. image generator
David Hockney Is the Subject of His Own Immersive Experience
Using projections and voiceovers, "Bigger & Closer (Not Smaller & Further Away)" examines the renowned artist's career
Hundreds of Frank Lloyd Wright's Designs Were Never Built. Here's What They Might Have Looked Like
So far, David Romero has digitally reconstructed more than 20 of the famous architect's unrealized projects
Are A.I. Image Generators Violating Copyright Laws?
Two new lawsuits argue that tools like Midjourney and Stable Diffusion are infringing on artists' rights
Is Popular A.I. Photo App Lensa Stealing From Artists?
The tool went viral first for generating flattering portraits—and then for igniting ethical concerns
Step Inside the Colorful Pages of 'Goodnight Moon'
As the book turns 75, a new immersive exhibition brings the beloved children's story to life
Did This Man Destroy a Frida Kahlo Drawing to Make an NFT?
Businessman Martin Mobarak's stunt is now under investigation by the Mexican government
These A.I.-Generated Images Hang in a Gallery—but Are They Art?
At "Artificial Imagination," a new Bay Area exhibition, artworks created by DALL-E 2 go on display
Facial Reconstruction Shows What This Stone Age Woman May Have Looked Like
Researchers found her skull in 1881, mistakingly believing it belonged to a man
Stunning Facial Reconstructions Resurrect a Trio of Medieval Scots
The renderings show what a bishop, a cleric and a young woman with a remarkably symmetrical face may have looked like in life
This Controversial Artist Matches Influencer Photos With Surveillance Footage
'The Followers' uses artificial intelligence and facial-recognition technology to comment on the surveillance state
Who Is the Woman Haunting A.I.-Generated Art?
Now known as "Loab," she pops up repeatedly in a series of creepy images
Art Made With Artificial Intelligence Wins at State Fair
Artist Jason Allen placed first in a Colorado contest, generating debate about A.I.'s role in art
From Lists to Love Letters, What Do People Leave Behind in Library Books?
A California librarian assembles forgotten objects in a heartwarming digital archive
Artist Damien Hirst Will Burn Thousands of Paintings in NFT Experiment
A year-long project is pitting traditional paintings against non-fungible tokens
U.S. Copyright Office Rules A.I. Art Can't Be Copyrighted
An image generated through artificial intelligence lacked the "human authorship" necessary for protection
Major Barbara Kruger Exhibition Spills Out Into the Streets of Chicago
The Art Institute of Chicago's new show adorns the city's buses, trains, billboards and more with the feminist artist's creations
Ten-Billion-Pixel Image Shows Every Inch of Vermeer's 'Girl With a Pearl Earring'
A new tool from the Mauritshuis offers viewers a close-up look at every fine crack and brushstroke
Step Into 'The Starry Night' and Other Vincent van Gogh Masterpieces
An upcoming installation at the Newfields museum in Indianapolis will immerse visitors in the Dutch artist's paintings
3-D Reconstruction Reveals the Face of an Ancient Egyptian Toddler
The digital likeness bears a striking similarity to a portrait attached to the front of the boy's mummy