Monday’s Art Notes

BY Arts Desk  February 22, 2010 at 11:22 AM EST

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A woman walks past a sculpture by artist Henry Moore entitled ‘Seated Woman 1957’ in a major exhibition of Moore’s work at the Tate Britain gallery in London. The exhibition is the most comprehensive collection of Henry Moore’s artworks to be displayed for a generation and comprises more than 150 sculptures, carvings, bronzes and drawings. Photo by Oli Scarff/ Getty Images

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A new public art project is in the works at the Los Angeles airport.

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And Washington, D.C., will be getting a new, private contemporary art museum.

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In Louisville, Ky., a man has been charged with threatening to kill the president in a poem that was published on a Neo-Nazi Web site.

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Hollywood is a serial repeat offender, according to professor Sidney Perkowitz, who has criticized the film industry for routinely breaking the laws of physics and is waging a campaign against the profligation of misinformation.

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Last week the New York Times asked, how do you enforce the no-cell phones rule at performances when everyone believes they are above the law?

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New York Fashion Week wrapped up last Thursday. ARTINFO looks at the many current collaborations between artists and fashion designers. On Friday, we posted a story on a new exhibit at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum about the art of fashion from the designers at Rodarte.