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Found Art

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Found Art

Found Art

Found Art

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Noah Adams talks to Alexander Rower, grandson of Alexander Calder and director of the Calder Foundation in New York, about a sculpture known as the Bent Propeller. It was on the plaza in front of 7 World Trade Center.

Artist Turns Trash into Tiny Globes of Treasure

Artist Turns Trash into Tiny Globes of Treasure

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Up the the street from NPR's Washington office is Warehouse, a neighborhood cafe and art space, where Christopher Goodwin is showing his latest project. He packs tiny found objects into plastic spheres that are sold out of a dispenser for 25 cents apiece.

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