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Daniel Popper and his larger-than-life festival installation #art are featured by +Everfest's Graham Berry:

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The Wooster Group's Elizabeth LeCompte tells +The Daily Beast's +Tim Teeman about a life in avant-garde #theatre: "'[Running the Wooster Group is] always perilous, and has been from the beginning.'" Laughing, she likened the situation to being an endangered heroine in a silent film."

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The amazing story of India's first international snow sculpture team is told by +Condé Nast Traveller's +Rajarshi Aditya Chaudhuri: 

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+HelloGiggles' Bronwyn Isaac chats with Carrie Lane about her musical process, how she deals with criticism, and her body-positive campaign with +Target. #music

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Design*Sponge's +Grace Bonney observes Inès Longevial's use of color and shapes that celebrate the human body:

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Nan Goldin's "Self-Portrait In Kimono With Brian" is analyzed by +The Guardian's Skye Sherwin, who notes how she was ahead of her time: "Long before our selfie era, she trained her camera on herself and her friends – a tribe of artists, drag queens and partygoers, living a bittersweet bohemian dream in New York’s Lower East Side." #photography

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In an interview with +The Creators Project's Eva Recinos, Christina Leta (+defectivebarbie) talks about how depression has affected her art: "I believe there is a stigma associated with depression that I wanted to confront. In my journey as an artist, the most important realization I’ve had was finding the beauty and strength from having suffered pain and debilitation." #watercolor #art

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"Zim & Zou make ... delightful hand-cut paper buildings for their Forest Folks display in Dubai." Zim & Zou's nature-inspired papercraft window display is featured by +Boing Boing's +Andrea James.

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Art is a weapon in Phosphene Designs' #VR painting game, Fractal! +Kill Screen's +Caty McCarthy covers the game and the studio's ambitions. According to 3D artist/animator +Bo Scott Pu, "We want the player, at the end of the level, to be able to look back at their progress and see that they’ve not only defeated the challenges in the level, but also have created a piece of ‘painting’ from their motions."

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Known and loved for her cartoon characters, the Moomin, Tove Jansson always considered herself a painter first and foremost. +BBC Culture's Cath Pound sheds some light on Tove Jansson's life and her paintings: "If there was one thing that made her truly sad later on in life, it was that people only saw the Moomins in her." #art
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