Audio Installation Haunts Underground Arts Space In Washington, D.C.

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A Tussle Over Wall Street Sculptures

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French artist Abraham Poincheval sits over real chicken eggs until they hatch at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris. Stephane de Sakutin /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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An Artist Incubating Chicken Eggs Is No Joke. But Is It Art?

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Urban Camouflage for Reptiles: "I basically thought about how turtles have camouflage that doesn't really work very well for them in the urban environments they often live in these days," Keats said. "So my thought was, can we go to our military and look at urban warfare as inspiration." Jonathon Keats hide caption

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Artist's Exhibit Borrows Human Tech To Solve Nature's Manmade Problems

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'Fearless Girl' Will Keep Facing Down Wall Street's Bull

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Kerry James Marshall, School of Beauty, School of Culture, acrylic and glitter on unstretched canvas, 2012 Sean Pathasema/The Museum of Contemporary Art hide caption

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Kerry James Marshall: A Black Presence In The Art World Is 'Not Negotiable'

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The Moluccan Cockatoo Feast, from the series The Fantastical Feasts, 2014 Claire Rosen hide caption

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How Do You Dream Up A Cockatoo Feast? An Artist Explains In 'Imaginarium'

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INGA Wellbeing co-founders: (L-R) Fiona Mc Greal, Claire Robinson and Nikla Lancksweert. Stephanie Derouaux /Les Marquisettes hide caption

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Trendy Hospital Clothing To Make Cancer Patients Dress 'Well' Even When Unwell

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Models pose at the end of the Marc Jacobs Runway Show at Park Avenue Armory on February 16, 2017 in New York City. In the past, Jacobs has been criticized for culturally insensitive runway shows. This year marked a change. Peter White/Getty Images hide caption

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Raúl De Nieves' billboard-size Biennial contribution, beginning & the end neither & the otherwise betwixt & between the end is the beginning & the end, is made from everyday material like tape, paper, glue and beads. Matthew Carasella/Courtesy of The Whitney Museum hide caption

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From Striking Photos To Surprising Stained Glass, A Wide-Ranging Whitney Biennial

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Autumn Stanford on Ask Me Another. Mike Katzif/NPR hide caption

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Mystery Guest

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Vietnamese American Photographer An-My Le Selected For Whitney Biennial

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Carmen Aguilar y Wedge is the co-founder and director of creative technology for Hyphen-Labs. She modeled the company's ScatterViz visor at the Sundance Film Festival in January. Nina Gregory/NPR hide caption

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Covert Fashion Provides Camouflage Against Surveillance Software

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Malcolm Gladwell: Do More Choices Make Us Happier?

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In the revival of Luis Valdez's "Zoot Suit," young pachucos go on trial for a murder they did not commit. In this scene, the judge requires the men to go on trial in the clothes they were wearing when they were arrested. Craig Schwartz hide caption

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Michael Rodriguez is one of more than 60 American service members who sat for a portrait by President George W. Bush. They are pictured together at Bush's 70th birthday bike ride at Prairie Chapel Ranch in Crawford, Texas. Grant Miller/George W. Bush Presidential Center hide caption

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A Green Beret Sits For A Portrait By His Former Commander In Chief

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Students from Central Saint Martins art school in London work behind Gustav Metzger, after his worldwide call for a Day of Action to Remember Nature in 2015. Tristan Fewings/Getty Images for Serpentine Gall hide caption

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New York's Met Museum Director Resigns Amid Financial Troubles

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