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These Artists Transformed Salvaged Plywood into Public Art
Last year, the New York–based nonprofit worthless studios announced the winners of its Plywood Protection Project. This summer, the five installations are being unveiled across the city.
PBS Extends its American Portrait Docuseries to Include a Three-City Public Art Project
Artists Swoon, Rick Lowe, and Carlos Ramirez have been commissioned by the broadcaster for the largest public art project in its half-century-old history.
Has the Pandemic Changed the Experience of Encountering Art in Public?
With limited access to indoor galleries and museums, New York’s public art commissions seem more important now than ever.
A New Project Repurposes the Plywood of Boarded Up Storefronts
Plywood Protection Project by worthless studios awards materials and grants to five artists in order to transform boarded up storefronts into public art installations
Commentary: Monumental Changes
Is the movement to topple America’s Confederate statues a path to justice or an act of catharsis?