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A visitor looks at "Serie 15, n°8", works of Argentinian artist Julio Le Parc, a pioneer of Op Art (Optical art), aged 85, at the Palais de Tokyo museum in Paris

Ai Weiwei, internationally acclaimed Chinese dissident artist, and Navajo artist Bert Benally through a remarkable collaboration, created Pull of the Moon, a temporary, site-specific art installation in a remote part of Coyote Canyon on the Navajo Nation. Pull of the Moon is part of Navajo TIME (Temporary Installations Made for the Environment), a unique partnership between New Mexico Arts and the Navajo Nation Museum. The installation features earth-based drawings using sand.

Kim Morgan, Range Light, Borden-Carleton, PEI, 2010 (installation view, John Michael Kohler Arts Center), 2010; latex, wood, and rope; 660 x 144 in

Maura Bendett. Installation View of Vespid Empire. From Right: Tall Sculpture, 2013; Blue Sculpture, 2013; and White Edging, 2013.

Tara Donovan, detail of Untitled (Mylar), 2011. Mylar and hot glue, site specific installation dimensions variable© Tara Donovan, courtesy Pace Gallery. Photo courtesy Pace Gallery.

People stand next to an outdoor light installation as they wait to enter the Quai Branly Museum on May 17, 2014, in Paris, during the 2014 European Night of Museums.

Paul Gauguin (French, 1848–1903). The Siesta, ca. 1892–94. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Walter H. and Leonore Annenberg Collection, Gift of Walter H. and Leonore Annenberg, 1993, Bequest of Walter H. Annenberg, 2002 (1993.400.3) | Close examination of the canvas reveals that Gauguin labored over the arrangement of the women, correcting their profiles, eliminating another figure at the far left, and painting the basket of fruit where there once was a dog.