Young photographers infiltrated academic slide libraries with radical images of a changing Los Angeles.
Starting in 2018, the elevated park’s piazza-like Plinth will host a series of large—and possibly politically charged—public art pieces.
An MIT composer is collecting snippets of sound to turn Miami and Philadelphia into audio masterpieces.
A new report lays out the current research on the ways your immediate surroundings influence your health and aging process.
Whether they’ve been leveled by wars or earthquakes, cities don’t tend to stay wastelands forever.
Zhao Liang’s latest film, Behemoth, provides a ring-side seat to the effects of rapid development, commerce, and pollution in this autonomous region of China.
A new online mapping project is aimed at dismantling the Kentucky city’s grim legacy of racial segregation.
As a matter of fairness and practicality, drivers should pay for the roads they drive on.
At Freshkills Park, where the city dumped 150 million tons of its garbage, human desires and nature’s needs are feeling their way to a new harmony.