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In this game, click on the green balls to rotate them and turn them into blue "Gazing Balls." The goal is turn all of the spheres into Gazing Balls. You may turn one over and then click another ball which turns the first one green again. Each ball clicked sets off a reaction, so you have to find a proper sequence and order of clicking the green balls to turn them all into Gazing Balls. Good luck!
If you're wondering "what is a Jeff Koons Gazing Ball?" then check out our Gallery Insider feature here.
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We take a look at Cameron Gray's "Chairman Mao," with the obvious influence of Andy Warhol's painting of the same subject, but also influenced by Chuck Close, via the use of a grid with different colored sections. But let's take it one step further than Chuck Close, because Gray makes up the overall image with easily-identifiable individual images that tend to disappear the farther back you go from the art work. Click here or on the image to see more.
One of our newest Arts Investigations, this feature highlights a number of street art murals that depict iconic Black Americans and gives background information on each piece. Those featured include Maya Angelou, Malcolm X, James Baldwin, Nina Simone, Henry Highland Garnet, and Martin Luther King Jr.
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