visual arts


An interview with Madeleine Albright

To get what you want in foreign policy, according to Madeleine Albright, you've got military force at one end of the spectrum. And at the other end are words of reason. Secretary Albright stopped by our studios to chat with Marco Werman.

Lifestyle & Belief

Danish cartoonist attacked

A Somali man, armed with an axe, broke into the house of Danish cartoonist Kurt Westergaard ? one of the artists involved in the controversy over cartoon depictions of the Prophet Mohammed four years ago. Anchor Marco Werman has details.

Arts, Culture & Media

Rome's new art museum

Italy is one of the world's premier art curators. But there seems to be precious little space left for contemporary art. That may change with Italy's first national museum dedicated to modern art and architecture. Nancy Greenleese checked it out.

Arts, Culture & Media

Cityside Waterfalls

Danish art star Olafur Eliasson wanted to reconnect New Yorkers with their waterfront. At a cost of $15 million, Eliasson has designed four massive waterfalls, ten stories high, in New York Harbor. He took Studio 360's Pejk Malinovski on a boat ride to inspect them before the water started falling.

Arts, Culture & Media

Detroir Institute of Arts

The Detroit Institute of Arts wanted visitors to feel more connected to what they were seeing behind the glass cases. So they decided to renovate, redesign, and re-think how people experience art museums. A year ago, it re-opened its doors, so we sent Zak Rosen to discover how the D.I.A. remade itself for the 21st century.