An exhibition of art and art-related media has been taking shape in New York City for the past month.
The exhibition, entitled Anxiety: A Work of Art and a Conversation, will take place from April 24 to May 5, 2017 at the Art Institute of Chicago.
The piece, titled “The Body is Not a Museum,” will be exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art from May 17 to 22.
The exhibit will showcase a wide range of artists who are making art and/or visual arts from a wide variety of cultures, from indigenous peoples to Asian and Latino art.
Artistic director for the Art and Society program at the New York Institute of Art, Anna Csokolowska-Kiszewski, said the exhibition is designed to help people “be in the moment with anxiety.”
Csokolska-Kyki, who also serves as director of the Whitney Museum of American Art, said anxiety has a complex history in American society and is often considered a mental illness.
The work of art will highlight the different ways anxiety can be used as an art form and explore the impact that anxiety has on people.
It will highlight and highlight the impact anxiety has, on people and how art can create and shape that.
Csakoski-Kykowska said the project has been inspired by the work of artists like Toni Morrison and John Carpenter.
Art historian, professor and author Richard Sennett, who helped found Anxiety: An Art Exhibition in 2009, said he and others are hoping to create a space where people can discuss their experiences with anxiety.
“Anxiety is an amazing subject to explore,” Sennett said.
“You have to be open and honest about how it affects you and how it impacts others, and how to better understand and connect with others, Sennett added.
Sennett said he’s worked with artworks about anxiety before and hopes to continue to do so.”
I think there’s a lot of ways to be affected by anxiety, whether it’s the physical, mental or emotional,” S Bennett said.”
The important thing is to recognize that it’s not an illness.
It’s an expression of anxiety, an expression in art and so it’s important to recognize it as such.