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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Yayoi Kusama with recent works in Tokyo in 2016. In 1968, Kusama wrote, "Our Earth is only one polka dot among a million stars in the cosmos. Polka dots are a way to infinity." Tomoaki Makino/Courtesy of Yayoi Kusama hide caption

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'Priestess Of Polka Dots' Yayoi Kusama Gives Gallerygoers A Taste Of Infinity

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'River On Fire' Explores Genius, Madness And The Poetry Of Robert Lowell

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Tattoo Artist Covers Up Racist Insignia For Free: 'Enough Hate In This World'

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The Pompidou Center, whose provocative design horrified critics 40 years ago in Paris, is now a beloved destination for French and foreign visitors. Guilhem Vellut/Flickr hide caption

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A virtual reality installation allows visitors to experience a doll's perspective as she's poked and prodded by a lab assistant. Read the full story at KQED. Susana Bates for Drew Altizer Photography/Courtesy of the artist and Pace Gallery hide caption

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Don't Think Your Bias Can Boss You Around? David Byrne Says Think Again

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Ahead Of NBA All-Star Weekend, Looking At The Fashion-Forward Players

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As Trump Mulls Funding Cuts For The Arts, An Artist Argues Against The NEA

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Gordon Jones, left, shows off the painting to an Atlanta History Center donor. Sam Whitehead/GPB hide caption

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Atlanta Rolls Up, Moves An Old Oil Painting — All 374 Feet And 12 Tons Of It

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'Evolution To Revolution' As New York Fashion Week Gets Political

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David Hockney looks through A Bigger Book, Taschen's massive collection of more than 60 years of his work. Arne Dedert/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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At 79, David Hockney Isn't Keen On Parties, But Still Paints Every Day

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