Post image for Moyra Davey Channels the Ghost of Derek Jarman

7 Albums is elliptical; it is poetic. The show works as an additive — but one that’s both nuanced and gentle.

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Post image for A Half-Documentary, Half-Fantasy Telling of the Caribbean’s Colonial Past

MIAMI — There is a dizzying effect in Beatriz Santiago Muñoz’s short film “Otro usos (Other Uses).”

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Stone Truths

by Nayland Blake on May 20, 2016

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The artist who forgets to …

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Post image for A Sculptural Forest Made from 10,000 Species of Trees

Glasgow-born, Berlin-based artist Katie Paterson has spent the past three years collecting wood samples from around the world, trying to check off all the items on her tree species wish list.

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Post image for A Fleet of 2,000 Pigeons Takes Flight in Brooklyn, Ruffling Protesters’ Feathers

For over a decade, helicopter pilots practiced their landings on the deck of the US Navy’s Baylander IX-514. Today, the now decommissioned and privately owned ship is serving as home base to flying creatures of another kind: pigeons.

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Post image for Revisiting the First American Folk Art Museum, Founded by a Modernist Sculptor

The rough finishes and loose poses of Elie Nadelman’s sculptures of circus performers, pianists, and dancers were influenced by his incredible collection of folk art.

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Post image for House of Worship or Shopping Mall? The Drab Architecture of Megachurches

Of the 75 percent of Americans who identify as Christian, between 2 and 5 million regularly attend a megachurch — a super-sized house of Protestant worship that has a weekend attendance of 2,000 or more people; some draw up to 20,000.

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Post image for A Hidden Times Square Sound Installation Returns to Full Hum

Max Neuhaus’s “Times Square” sound installation is meant to be stumbled upon by visitors to the chaotic crossroads in Manhattan.

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Post image for For a World Losing Its Head, an Artist Proffers Shamanism as a Solution

The terror incited by the sight of heads rolling down the plank of a guillotine one after another is difficult to conjure in the 21st century.

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Post image for Recording the Stories of Marginalized Students

TUCSON, Ariz. — Underrepresentation of marginalized and minority communities in society is nothing new; neither is it in the art world.

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