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Constructing Jazz Inside Fine Art, And Vice-Versa

<img src=’https://media.npr.org/assets/img/2019/09/19/slugs-saloon_2018_view-2_wide-3df5997ec2d530eb7924a1dbcc5c656a8edac9ce.jpg?s=600’ alt=’Jason Moran, Slugs’ Saloon, 2018.’/>

The jazz pianist has pulled the curtain off his polymathic abilities, bringing his fine art exhibition — which includes video, installations and performance — home to New York.

(Image credit: Farzad Owrang/Courtesy of Jason Moran and Luhring Augustine)

PHOTOS: Comedy Wildlife Finalists Offer Ode To Silly Serendipity

<img src=’https://media.npr.org/assets/img/2019/09/12/pablo-daniel-fern-ndez_what-are-you-looking-for_00003324_wide-60bbc384a496f8f4f4e9bb7a32d63141286324ed.jpg?s=600’ alt=’This Japanese macaque is one of 40 images still in the running for this year’s Comedy Wildlife Photo Award. The winner will be announced in mid-November.’/>

The 2019 finalists for the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards demonstrate the joys of the happy accident — from a deadpan Japanese macaque to a squirrel wishing on a dandelion.

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