Harvard Students Adorn Dorm Rooms With Real Art, Art Confounds Neuroscience, and More

Am art news.

The Bus Ride, Jong Choi.
The Bus Ride, Jong Choi.

There’s totally not a problem with wealth disparity in America. Harvard students are now renting original fine art prints for their dorm rooms. Picassos, Warhols and more are on loan from the Harvard Art Museums.

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North Korea is probably the unlikely venue for the world’s largest “center for art production.” As a North Korean, if you get that gig–and don’t screw up–you’ve really beaten the odds. 63 percent of the communist country works in manufacturing, mining, transportation or government.

Are you more than your brain? How appreciating art is kinda neuroscience’s biggest problem.

Dana Schutz paints what she wants to see: Michael Jackson’s body before death, a man eating his own face. You know, cheery stuff.

Harvard Students Adorn Dorm Rooms With Real Art, Art Confounds Neuroscience, and More