Monday’s Art Notes

BY Tom LeGro  January 24, 2011 at 11:13 AM EST

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A new work at the Regents Canal in London attributed to street artist Banksy shows a goldfish leaping from its bowl in a chalk-drawn living room scene. Photo by Jim Dyson/Getty Images.

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The New World Center in Miami is set to open Tuesday. Designed by architect Frank Gehry, the building will be the new home for the New World Symphony. Take a tour, via the Miami Herald.

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As European government subsidies and corporate donations fall, arts institutions are seeking new revenue sources, via the New York Times.

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Artist Dennis Oppenheim died Saturday in New York City of liver cancer. He was 72.

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Vocalist Pandit Bhimsen Joshi, a leading figure of Indian classical music, died Monday after a prolonged illness. He was 89.

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The Los Angeles Times’ Christopher Hawthorne kicks off “Reading L.A.” on Culture Monster, a yearlong reading project covering “25 of the most significant books on Southern California architecture and urbanism.”

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Who Does Justice Look Like? Slate examines her changing features over the centuries in a slide show.