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Art Features Trying to appreciate a pile of sticks hanging over a fishbowl without any context is an exercise both confusing and pointless.
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Art Features Man is a secondary, negligible entity in Land Use/Misuse—a fact both banal and remarkable.
Art Features If you want to know how to play cricket properly, the first thing you need to learn is how to plead overdramatically.
Art Features A US dollar might be small and worth little, but it is no simple thing.
Art Features Making art that’s both creatively powerful and morally instructive is no easy task. The key to fulfilling both instincts (should they clash) is subtlety. Last Supper, C Maxx Stevens’ site-specific i...
Art Features Most glass metaphors are just too easy. As we’ve spent centuries utilizing the material in three primary capacities—for dinnerware, windows and mirrors—we made symbolic associations with two of these mani...