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  • Water Color

    Lee Tracy makes a plea for the environment with a vast curtain stained by the world's rivers.
  • Mystery of the Buddhas

    How did 27 turn-of-the-century paintings by Japanese artist Keichu Yamada end up in a downstate attic?
  • The Odd Couple

    Bob Hiebert and Sid Block celebrate 25 years of working in eerie harmony at the city's only gallery devoted to works on paper.
  • Whitewashed

    A masterpiece by muralist Bill Walker has been painted over. And with Cabrini-Green turning Gold Coast, the wall it's on could get knocked down before anyone has a chance to restore it.
  • Love of Labor

    Les Orear has been working for the workers since the advent of the New Deal. In what may well be his last campaign, he's pushing for a museum to honor them.
  • The View Outside the Green Zone

    Photographer Stephanie Sinclair brings the other side of the conflict home.
  • Kinetic Sculptor

    Getting bounced around the globe like he did, it's no wonder Konstantin Milonadis is interested in "the forces that affect motion."
  • The Art of Recycling

    Old paint, bike parts, table scraps--if it's something you don't want, Kevin Kaempf can probably turn it into something you do.
  • A Monumental Effort Pays Off

    After years of struggle and disagreement, a sculptural tribute to Haymarket is finally in the works--with almost everybody on board.
  • Coming Home

    Bits of fact become memorable fiction in Stuart Dybeck's re-creations of the old neighborhood.