Toxic Art 

On shelves, in studios, and at schools, art supplies containing toxic ingredients pose risks to human health and the environment.

Sculptor Eva Hesse was one of the few female artists to garner acclaim for her minimalist work in the 1960s New York art scene. So when brain cancer took her life at the age of 34, her critics and collectors were shocked;…

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