“ The Wynwood neighborhood in Miami is one of the most popular stops in the city for its open-air museum: Wynwood Walls, a garden with huge and colorful murals painted by artists from around the world. About 6 kilometers north, a 10-story hotel, the SLS Brickell, was turned into a 3,700-square-meter work of art thanks to artist Markus Linnenbrik. Linnenbrik used his ‘dripping’ technique, a method that requires no brushes, only paint, water and gravity, to cover the surface of the building. The giant watercolor was commissioned by Jorge Pérez, of the Perez Art Museum, as part of his commitment to providing quality art to Miami residents without the need to visit an exhibition. The “always available” work culture can take its toll on workers. Email and smartphones have made employees available at all hours of the day. This level of availability goes hand in hand with stress, with a…

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