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its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.
There were three northern white rhinos left when Australian artists Gillie and Marc Schattner unveiled their monument in New York City. Now there are just two.
Environmental awareness and social justice mix provocatively at the Whitney Museum’s new show, “Between the Waters”
The artist’s journey south changed her way of seeing, and thinking about, a continent under siege.
The Moth Migration Project gathers ink-and-paper insects from all over the world in an immersive crowd-sourced installation.
“In Human Time,” the museum’s first exhibit, opens in New York City.
Graviky Labs keeps air pollution from entering our lungs by capturing carbon and turning it into ink.
Alexis Rockman’s new series creates a vision of the lakes’ past, present, and future that sparks imagination while addressing stark realities.
Massachusetts’s Harvard Forest is in mourning as invasive insects kill eastern hemlocks all along the Atlantic Seaboard.
Humans are changing the earth at an unprecedented scale. Justin Brice Guariglia thinks today’s art needs to reflect that.
From playful animal behavior to pollution and poaching, these artists capture the state of nature in 2017.
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