At the intersection of photo and craft

Thanks to Namita Gupta Wiggers for highlighting this great article from the Washington Post in her blog:

The Renwick is suddenly Instagram famous. But what about the art?

While many galleries and museums discourage patrons from photographing exhibits, the Renwick is doing exactly the opposite with its large-scale installation, “Wonder”.

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