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World’s Largest Cat Painting Sells for $826,000
A canvas that is believed to be the world’s largest cat painting was auctioned off at Sotheby’s in New York on Monday for $826,000. Read the full article here. READ MORE

African Biennale of Photography Returns to Mali Amid Unrest
This event, which was canceled in 2013, has welcomed scores of photographers to display their work until the end of the year. Read the full New York Times article here. READ MORE

How an Architect Designs a Blockbuster Art Show
In collaborating with Gagosian Gallery on an upcoming exhibition of Francis Bacon’s late paintings, Annabelle Selldorf made unconventional choices. Read the full New York Times article here. READ MORE

Art Collectors Find Safe Harbor in Delaware’s Tax Laws
Laws allowing art to be shipped to and even bought and sold within a storage space with tax advantages has encouraged more art warehouses to open. Read the full New York Times artticle here. READ MORE

In 10,000 Snaps Of The Shutter, A 'Photographic Census' Of A City
Brandon Stanton left a life in finance for an entirely different quest: to snap the portraits of 10,000 people. The project eventually became Humans of New York, a blog and the basis for two books. Listen to the full story on NPR. READ MORE

Artist Digitally Manipulates WWI-Era Photos Into Colorful Works of Fantasy
Australian artist Jane Long transforms cracked and faded black-and-white WWI-era photographs into colorful works of fantasy, giving the subjects a new, and entirely surreal context. Read the full article here. READ MORE

Instagram Takes on Growing Role in the Art Market
How much the use of the online mobile app actually translates into sales is still up for debate. Read the full New York Times article. READ MORE

The Startling Photo of Nixon's Resignation Lunch
A White House photographer captured the lunch that Richard Nixon ate before announcing his resignation. It's an unusual image of a humble meal as power is slipping away. Read the NPR story here. READ MORE

New Exhibit Laces Together Sneakers and History
From high-heeled kicks to Air Jordans, a traveling exhibit from the Brooklyn Museum encourages us to look at everyday footwear as exquisite objects of desire, and see "sneakerheads" as the historians. Read the NPR article here. READ MORE

Painted-Over Murals by Thomas Cole Found in His Former Home
Murals by the Hudson River landscape artist Thomas Cole have been discovered hidden under layers of wall paint in his former home, now a historic site in the village of Catskill in Greene County, NY. Read the full New York Times article here. READ MORE

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