NPR’s Tamara Keith and Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report join Judy Woodruff to discuss the latest political news, including the recent mass shootings, the resulting actions towards gun control, and the latest on the government’s efforts to fight COVID-19.
Macro Photography and Video Ideas using M&M’s and Water. Everything you need is any camera, a tripod, a small fishtank and a petri with water. Put M&M’s inside and take images how the candy is dissolving. Using different light source and angles will bring up creative images. Putting a petri inside the fish tank allows you to separate the M&M from the background transforming simple candy into some piece of art.
|INSIDE THE ISSUE|
|FEATURES | Glenn Adamson on Alice Neel’s compassionate portraits; Antony Gormley interviewed by Gabrielle Schwarz; Christopher Turner on the Surrealist houses of Edward James; Morgan Falconer on Jessica Morgan’s ambitious vision for the Dia Art Foundation; Kaywin Feldman on cultural leadership in 2021|
|REVIEWS | Eve M. Kahn on the opening of the Frick Madison; Sukhdev Sandhu on ‘Grief and Grievance’ at the New Museum; Christopher Baker on friendship and portraiture in 18th-century France; Michael Prodger on art museums in the 21st century|
|MARKET | Susan Moore previews spring auctions and reviews sales in Paris and Brussels; Emma Crichton-Miller on collecting Tiffany glass; Samuel Reilly on Frieze New York and gallery reopenings in London|
|PLUS | Kirsten Tambling on satirical images of Robert Walpole; Tim Smith-Laing on Baudelaire’s cantankerous art criticism; Emilie Bickerton in Eugène Atget’s Paris; Emma Crichton-Miller on single-artist museums in Switzerland; Will Wiles on the future of department stores; Thomas Marks on the Georgian feasts of Niko Pirosmani; Robert O’Byrne on Spain before the Civil War|
The trial over George Floyd’s death is under way in Minneapolis. What to do with his memorial site has become a controversy of its own.
NASA is partnering with SpaceX, Blue Origin and others to search for water on the moon. Water is the foundation for rocket propellant, which could supply refueling stations in the cosmos and make Mars trips cheaper. Photo illustration: Crystal Tai
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Zao Wou-Ki was a Chinese-French painter. He was a member of the Académie des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Zao Wou-Ki graduated from the China Academy of Art in Hangzhou, where he studied under Fang Ganmin and Wu Dayu.
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The trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd begins today in Minneapolis.
The massive cargo ship that’s been stuck in Egypt’s Suez Canal is finally moving. And, Gun control activists want the Biden administration to make the issue a priority.