“Leonardo da Vinci, the Codex Leicester, and the Creative Mind,” offers rare insights into one of history’s most celebrated thinkers in the context of some of today’s most interesting creative minds. Leonardo da Vinci’s Codex Leicester—a notebook examining the properties of water to investigate larger questions that range from the internal workings of the planet to the composition of the moon—is paired with contemporary works by artists and designers like Bill Viola, Margaret and Christine Wertheim of the Institute For Figuring,Scott Olson, and others to explore how the creative process unfolds. The exhibition, which is on view June 21–August 30 in the Minneapolis Institute of Arts’ Target Galleries, explores the relationship between creativity, curiosity, innovation, and thinking on paper. “The MIA’s Art Remix program, which pairs historic and

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