A new audio exhibit at Dupont Underground breathes life into an old, subterranean trolley station in Washington, D.C. The Wind That Blows Is All That Anybody Knows is by artist Eric Dickson.
How will our diets shift as climate change causes sea-level rise and coastal flooding? Photographer Allie Wist attempts to answer that with pictures of an imagined "post-sea-level-rise dinner party."
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The creator of Wall Street's famous bull sculpture has taken issue with the placement of another work nearby. NPR's Linda Wertheimer speaks with New York Magazine art critic Jerry Saltz.
Arturo Di Modica is not happy that the Fearless Girl now staring down his Charging Bull has effectively turned it into a villain. He and his lawyer are now asking that the new statue be removed.
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Collectors covet the detailed and intricate charm-like pieces, used as anchors on kimono sashes. Master carver Komada Ryushi shares how he still gets nervous each time he starts a new netsuke.
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Artist Abraham Poincheval is roosting over eggs in a Paris museum, hoping to hatch them like a mother hen. NPR'S Scott Simon says it's an attempt at performance art that doesn't quite make the grade.
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The sculpture, "Fearless Girl," was welcomed to her perch in lower Manhattan, facing down the famous "Charging Bull" sculpture, with much fanfare. Now her lease has been extended and feelings are mixed.
For decades, the 61-year-old artist has depicted black lives on canvas. He says inclusion in museums must not be contingent on "whether somebody likes you ... or somebody's being generous to you."
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Looking at Claire Rosen's photographs can feel like walking into someone else's dreams. In her new book Imaginarium she provides inspiration and advice for curating a creative life.
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A trio of European women has launched INGA Wellbeing fashion line to help alleviate the dehumanizing experience many patients endure when wearing the traditional, uncomfortable hospital gowns.
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