August 31, 2010 3:15
From The Royal Norfolk Show, 2009
Arnhel de Serra
August 31, 2010 Arnhel de Serra's view of England's agriculture culture is good for a chuckle.
August 30, 2010 What does your 3:15 look like?
August 30, 2010 Renowned photographers have submitted their favorite recipes for an unusual student fundraiser.
Courtesy of Smithsonian's National Museum of American History
Smithsonian's National Museum of American History
August 27, 2010 It's the season for gathering vacation photos — whether in tangible scrapbooks or Facebook albums. Smithsonian curator Shannon Perich takes a look at photo albums through the years.
August 27, 2010 3:15
August 26, 2010 Rule-breaking and vintage-inspired photos hit MoMA's walls in Sept.
August 26, 2010 Jan Von Holleben turns gravity on its ear with his series of photos titled "Dreams of Flying"
This Qing Dynasty porcelain incense burner dates back to the late 17th century.
Freer Gallery of Art
August 26, 2010 NPR's Susan Stamberg delves into the history of Victorian England's fascination with "blue and white" -- collectible Chinese porcelain, showcased in a new exhibition at the Freer Gallery in Washington, D.C.
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August 25, 2010 3:15
The Piano Lesson, 1916
The Museum of Modern Art
August 24, 2010 French artist Henri Matisse is probably best known for his decorative and colorful paintings, especially nudes and still lifes. But a show at the Museum of Modern Art, called "Matisse: Radical Invention," deals with a more experimental period in Matisse's life. Critic Lloyd Schwartz says the show allows viewers to see Matisse's growth as an artist.
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August 23, 2010 The city of Philadelphia is known for many things — cheese steaks, the Liberty Bell, the Rocky statue. But now, the City of Brotherly Love can boast one more sight to see — colorful murals painted by locals are transforming Philadelphia's neighborhoods into outdoor art museums.
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Seo Woo and Her Pink Things, 2006, from The Pink & Blue Project
August 23, 2010 Dying to know what contemporary Korean photography looks like? A new exhibition on the topic — perhaps the first ever to hit museum walls in the U.S. — can show you.
August 23, 2010 Multimedia projects from the Summer News21 fellows showcase the art of storytelling.
August 20, 2010 For photographer Stephen Wilkes, the beauty of Ellis Island is in the decay.