An ambitious new initiative across the U.S. is sneaking works of American art into subways, on billboards and the sides of buses, and into view for a greater audience, without charging admission.
By Alexis Cox
What does an 1886 oil painting share with an abstract mobile made of sheet metal and wire in 1950? They both belong to "Made in the USA," an exhibit at Washington, D.C.'s Phillips Collection that chronicles how American artists evolved…
By Frank Carlson
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