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MIMOSA: An Optimistic Collection of Temporary Installations Take Over Philadelphia’s Navy Yard

Justin Favela’s “Libertad (Freedom).” All images courtesy of Group X, shared with permission

An eclectic array of installations recently popped up at the Navy Yard in Philadelphia, transforming the historic neighborhood into a temporary wonderland teeming with quirky characters, large-scale interventions, and optimism.

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Artists Celebrate Their “Anarchist Jurisdiction” by Parodying Nostalgic Postcards

Jason Scott’s Art Deco poster of New York City as an “anarchist jurisdictions” (courtesy of Jason Scott)

Citizens of New York City, Portland, Oregon, and Seattle learned on Monday, September 21, that they live in lawless “anarchist jurisdictions,” according to the Department of Justice (DOJ).

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“Yosh” by Photographer Drew Leventhal

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Delicately Sculpted Paper Forms Verdant Houseplants and Lush Bunches of Flowers

All images © Mabel Low, shared with permission

After a slew of houseplant casualties, Mabel Low decided to trade in her withering blooms for a more durable option. The Singapore-based artist, who launched the studio Papersynthesis in 2020, crafts lifelike hydrangeas, sunflowers, and an array of succulents entirely from cardstock.

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An Artist Turned a Subway Station Into a Tribute to Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Adrian Wilson’s renaming of Manhattan’s 50th Street station using stickers created by Matt Duncan (all images courtesy of Adrian Wilson and Matt Duncan)

As the nation continues to honor and mourn the loss of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Supreme Court justice and champion of women’s rights who died last Friday at the age of 87, one tribute in New York City this weekend took place in a subway station.

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