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American Museum of Natural History Photo 2018-03-20 20:28

Like other carnivorous plants, the pitcher plant (Nepenthes rajah) traps insects for a meal. But what sets this species apart from the more famous Venus flytrap? It also occasionally snares vertebrates, including small mammals! Its sizable pitcher, a modified leaf, can contain up to 1 liter of fluid, which is often enough to drown small critters that happen to fall in. Powerful digestive acids are then released to help the plant break down and absorb its prey. Insects are attracted to the pitcher plant because of its scent, while small animals such as shrews or geckos may mistakenly seek a drink or shelter in the pitcher. Photo: Attenboroughi

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Photo 2018-03-20 13:03

Cecilia Beaux’s two-year-old niece and favorite model, Ernesta Drinker (1892–1981), clutches the hand of her nurse, Mattie, whose figure is boldly cropped at the waist. The radical composition and free brushwork reflect Beaux’s appreciation of paintings by Édouard Manet and Edgar Degas. Moving at her toddler’s pace across a wide expanse of polished floor, Ernesta is a spiritual descendant of Diego Velázquez’s royal children, simultaneously dignified and vulnerable. Mattie’s hand serves as a universal symbol of protection and security, and the large expanse of her apron sets the scale for the child’s diminutive figure. Featured Artwork of the Day: Cecilia Beaux (American, 1855-1942) | Ernesta (Child with Nurse) | 1894

Prurience: Experiential Entertainment about Our Private Pleasures

"Prurience," an experiential entertainment about pornography, makes its US debut at our performing arts series Works & Process at the Guggenheim beginning Tuesday, March 20. Created by British writer and performer Christopher Green after interviewing neuroscientists, sociologists, addiction experts, and therapists, "Prurience" takes a playful look at how sex and pornography are consumed. Read more about the production and purchase tickets: