Kriston Capps

staff writer for Bloomberg CityLab covering housing, architecture, and art

Kriston Capps is a staff writer at The Atlantic's CityLab.

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“You might learn a little bit about Vincent Van Gogh's life … and just plunge right into the kind of large projections where there's some animation, there are the paintings ...

Immersive Van Gogh exhibits are ubiquitous, partly thanks to ‘Emily in Paris.’ Are they quality art?

“You might learn a little bit about Vincent Van Gogh's life … and just plunge right into the kind of large projections where there's some animation, there are the paintings ...

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The Carnegie Library in Washington DC's Mount Vernon Square, which Apple will convert into one of its "town squares."

Silicon Valley wants to rethink city life

The Carnegie Library in Washington DC's Mount Vernon Square, which Apple will convert into one of its "town squares."

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