From the garbage to gallery walls, Boston's Museum Of Bad Art is dedicated to preserving “art too bad to be ignored.”
Typographer Harald Geisler's latest Kickstarter project will let you mail Einstein and Freud's pacifist letters to a friend...or your oppressors.
Harvard's famed collection of Glass Flowers counts over 4,000 models—and one conservator is making sure their timeless beauty endures for another century to come.
Now comes the hard part: preserving 1,000-year-old gold and silver artifacts for centuries to come.
The story of one man’s adventure to rebuild the experimental orchestra conceived by Luigi Russolo, the 20th century’s first noise musician.
The Amber Room, a jewel worth hundreds of millions, vanished during World War II. Russia would spend two decades recreating it.
Style may be eternal, but your synthetic clothing? Not so much.
Klea McKenna's tactile photograms of the natural landscape tell stories of growth, interrupted.
Look closely: The story of an object’s making is hidden in plain sight.
Amsterdam-based Diana Scherer is using plants to make art—and no, it's not what you're thinking.
Before entering the Menil Collection in Houston, an installation of wood and soil gets quarantined in an oven and a zero-oxygen chamber.
The tiny city of Corning, New York is home to the world’s best glass conservators.