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Amid the pandemic and Black Lives Matter protests, artist Beverly McIver listened to her intuition.
Vanessa Baird’s work is story telling of a kind that is both potently provocative and emphatically individual.

NAPLES, FL – Naples Botanical Garden opens its 2020-21 season, Roots: Power of the Unseen, with an ambitious 11-month exhibition of artist Steve Tobin’s acclaimed “Roots” sculptures. The steel and bronze works featured in Steve Tobin: Nature Underground pay homage to the wonderfully complex world that lies beneath the soil.

The recently passed National Defense Authorization Act gives the U.S. Department of Treasury one year to create rules to hamper money laundering and financing of terror organizations through the antiquities and arts trade.
At the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD), Beth Lipman’s sumptuous feasts in glass glisten under the gallery lights.
The exhibition brings together the work of four contemporary photographers—Elliott Jerome Brown, Jr. (American, born 1993), Esther Hovers (Dutch, born 1991), Dionne Lee (American, born 1988), and Guanyu Xu (Chinese, born 1993)—who all work with and critique new practices in photography.
In three new galleries, the Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) provides a deeper understanding and appreciation of India and its people through more than 100 paintings, sculptures, photographs, and personal correspondence.
Providing a new hub for Amtrak and the Long Island Rail Road, the space includes a one-acre sky-lit atrium, free wifi, a floating clock, and world-class public art.
From the late 1940s on, the term cybernetics began to be used to describe self-regulating systems that measure, anticipate, and react in order to intervene in changing conditions.
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