One Year Later: Dramatic photos of twister recovery

(Photos: Charlie Riedel / AP)

In this photo set, Kevin Kressler carries away debris at his tornado-ravaged home on May 25, 2013, in Moore, Okla. top. On bottom, Kressler stands for a photo in front of his new home on May, 8, 2014. Kressler was one of the first residents to move back to his neighborhood after the May 20 tornado leveled blocks around him in the Oklahoma City suburb.

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South America is the focus of two exhibitions at the Bard Graduate Center in Manhattan. “Waterweavers” is curated by José Roca, adjunct curator of Latin American Art at Tate Modern and artistic director of FLORA ars+natura, and writer Alejandro Martín, and runs until August 10. The exhibition features river-related photography, drawings, sculpture, textiles, lighting, videos, and installations, all by Colombian artists, including Susana Mejía, Jorge Lizarazo/Hechizoo, and Alvaro Catalán de Ocón. “Carrying Coca,” on view through August 3, showcases the 1,500-year tradition of chuspas through 33 antique and vintage of thesatchel bags, which were handwoven in Peru, Bolivia, and Ecuador.