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Yanis Georges's shimmering, polychromatic worlds harken to alternate realities.
MoMA is tracing the history of artistic movements in Russia from 1912 to 1930.
An interactive simulation game provides an introduction to urban planning at Museum of the City of New York.
Shannon Finley’s large abstract works vibrate with tension.
Video games writer Rhianna Pratchett looks at how new tech is affecting the industry.
The mixed-media photographer talks Einstein, virtual realities, and the artistic beauty of making mistakes.