From The New York Times:
Photography, X-rays, CAT scans and newer imaging technologies have replaced the artist in helping scientists understand the human form. Artists haven’t given up, however; they’ve moved on. One result is “Visionary Anatomies,” an exhibition at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington through May 20 (information at nationalacademies.org/arts). It includes paintings, prints, collages and other works by 11 artists who use anatomical and medical concepts to illustrate their own ideas.