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Issue 23

Breath of Hope

The people of Detroit are beginning to imagine a new life for their near-dead city.

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Issue 22

The End: Paper Cuts

Using a unique blend of typography, paper and line drawings, Russian-born and London-based artist Yula Brodskaya creates her own brand of whimsical illustrations.

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Issue 22

Crossing the Divide

Acclaimed American sculptor Martin Puryear not only makes soaring art, but inspires soaring poetry as well.

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Issue 21

Blasting His Way to Fame

After dazzling the art world and the Beijing Olympics, Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang just wants some quiet time.

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Issue 21

Beyond Graffiti

For the past five decades, street artists have been turning urban lifestyles into an art form.

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Issue 20

Meta-Museum: David McFadden

The chief curator of New York’s Museum of Arts and Design speaks to how the project of art institutions is being redefined.

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Issue 20

Humbled Visions: Pablo Helguera

As money drains out of the art market, there is a good chance that the art will actually get better.

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Issue 19

The End: Ambient Ingenuity

By using innovative photography techniques, Germany’s Light Art Performance Photography creates otherworldly images without adding effects.

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Issue 19

A Magnificent Space

Antony Gormley’s radical sculptures of bodies explore the relationships that define and connect us.

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Issue 16

Future Humans

Lucy and Bart, a collaboration between Lucy McRae and Bart Hess, plays on the intersection of primitive man and high-tech man.

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