Marni Kotak, “All The Meds I Took” (2014)

CHICAGO — On February 13, I found myself in the back seat of a bus in Chicago with the artist Marni Kotak. We felt comfortable in the back of the bus. We are those kinds of women.

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Mark Manders,

Our poetry editor, Joe Pan, has selected a poem by Michael Robins for his series that brings original poetry to the screens of Hyperallergic readers.

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Artist studios from California, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, and Mississippi.

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The newest exhibition at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in New York examines the influence of nature on military camouflage.

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Archeological researcher examines artifacts at Huaca de la Luna

Archeologists in Peru have discovered the 1,500-year-old tomb of a Moche nobleman, which they say could shed further light on the pre-Inca civilization. Along with some things you might expect to find in an archeological dig was a curious pair of metal feline paws with sharp claws.

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Harold Edgerton,

Back in the 1930s, an electrical engineer from Nebraska, working at MIT, developed the first “strobe” flash for photography, changing the way motion is documented.

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The Detroit Institute of Arts

Detroit’s civilian and police-and-fire retirees overwhelmingly voted to approve cuts to their benefits in connection with the city’s bankruptcy “grand bargain,” the Detroit Free Press reported.

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Ellar Coltrane, age 9, in 'Boyhood'

The big bet pays off in Boyhood, much like the risks of early life: making friends, changing the way we think and look, the things we do.

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Goya's

The Museo del Prado in Spain is missing 885 artworks, down from 926 in 2008, El País reported.

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A curious thing about medical collections is how dehumanizing they can be.

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