Dec 11, 2006 — Works of art might make you oooh, and ahhh, but they can also shock: religious icons in unmentionable waste, the American flag underfoot, or a woman cast in bronze tumbling forever from the World Trade Center. All contribute to visual shock and our look at art controversies in America.
Nov 2, 2006 — As history marches on, space for memorials on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., is shrinking. The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, which officially begins construction Nov. 13, may perhaps be the last monument to be built on the parcel.
Dec 2, 2005 — With her gift book selections, NPR's Ketzel Levine will take you wandering through old maps and contemporary art galleries, courtside at the NBA, inside the minds of raucous high school kids, and into the embrace of poems.
Nov 10, 2005 — Author John Updike's new book,Still Looking, collects many of his essays on American art. Susan Stamberg recently talked to Updike about the book and his relationship with art.