Coronavirus Art

Jorge Drexler poses in the press room with his Grammys at the 23rd annual Latin Grammy Awards at the Mandalay Bay Michelob Ultra Arena on Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022, in Las Vegas. 

Uruguayan musician Jorge Drexler wins big at Latin Grammy Awards


Singer and songwriter Jorge Drexler, from Uruguay, took home the most trophies at the Latin Grammy Awards ceremony in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Thursday.

Eno Breathe class on Zoom

How opera techniques are helping people with long COVID breathe easier


For this man in Istanbul, the pandemic renewed a lifelong passion for drawing 

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Firebaugh residents perform traditional Aztec dances for the Virgen de Guadalupe celebration.

Las Posadas holiday tradition brings ‘joy to the people’ in California community hit hard by the pandemic

A 1988 polychrome resin sculpture is displayed of the comic character Tintin and his dog snowy

A radio personality drew popular cartoon Tintin into Bangladesh scenes while quarantining — to the delight of fans

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White mask with wool straps and green rosettes, with the words Marie Bee Bloom in the top left corner

Graphic designer creates biodegradable masks that bloom flowers when buried


COVID-19 masks have been contributing to plastic pollution around the world. One graphic designer has created a biodegradable mask that blooms when buried in the soil.

Two hands are shown holding several acorns while the rest of the photograph is dark.

This nature photography project helps London health care workers cope with pandemic stress


For UK photographer and anthropologist Liz Hingley, the COVID-19 crisis brought home the need to rebuild a connection with the natural world. She began the “The Nature of Care” project 10 months ago to help nurses and doctors in London cope with pandemic-induced stress and anxiety by teaching them nature photography skills.

An elderly man is shown wearing a blue jacked with two kids running nearby and an painting of a hand holding a candle on the wall.

How poetry has helped a hospital chaplain in the pandemic


The pandemic has changed so much of our lives. It has robbed so many of loved ones, too quickly, and unexpectedly. It’s changed routines and rituals. For Mark Stobert, the lead chaplain at Addenbrooke’s hospital in Cambridge in the UK, poetry has been a way to navigate the challenges. Host Marco Werman speaks with him about his practice and what it means to be one year into the pandemic.

A large crowd of people are shown with arms locked standing opposite a line of police wearing riot gear with black helmets.

Pro-Navalny protesters clash with Russian police; Dutch protests erupt over COVID-19 curfew; Mexican president tests positive for coronavirus

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On Saturday, Russian police clashed with thousands of protesters who took to the streets amid freezing temps across the country, demanding the immediate release of opposition figure and prominent critic of President Vladimir Putin, Alexei Navalny.

People stand next to offerings during a ceremony in honor of Yemanja, the goddess of the sea, which is part of New Year's celebrations to plea for relief from the coronavirus pandemic and asks for a better new year at Praia Vermelha beach in Rio de Janeir

Brazilians flock to the coast during the height of tourist season while coronavirus cases surge

Last week, there were more than a thousand deaths three days in a row in Brazil. The death rate is expected to hit 200,000 this week, second only to the United States.