SOURCE: New York Times
"Ms. Hambling’s sculptural woman — perched above a plunge of mountainous form — seems to embody the epic saga that so many women have endured for their voices to be heard."
SOURCE: The Guardian
Photographer Justin Hamel is about a quarter of the way to photographing 1,200 New Deal-era murals in post offices across the United States.
Art historian Jody Patterson, an expert on public art in the 1930s, discusses the legacy of the New Deal's support for the arts and efforts to establish art as a public good.
Christo's works played off of their environment in cities around the world.
by Nina Silber
Without government funding, it would have been almost impossible for this alternative narrative to gain much of a foothold in the public imagination.
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