Thursday’s Art Notes

BY Molly Finnegan  August 12, 2010 at 11:17 AM EDT

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A woman walks past the space installation ‘White Bouncy Castle’ by US choreographer William Forsythe during the opening of the International Summer Festival Hamburg 2010 in Hamburg, northern Germany. The Festival takes place from August 12 to August 28 and is organised by the Kampnagel International Culture Factory of Hamburg. Photo by Maurizio Gambarini/ AFP/ Getty Images

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In Tennessee, a trial began in the legal case against Fisk University for trying to sell their collection of works by Georgia O’Keefe in order to keep the institution afloat, via The Tennessean.

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Edinburgh’s famous Fringe Festival gets particularly Glee-ful this year, via BBC, but faces major budget cuts for next, via The Herald.

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A Chinese developer plans to recreate Salvador Dali’s Spanish seaside hometown in China for tourists, via The Guardian.

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A new comprehensive Johnny Carson digital archive will put all of “The Tonight Show” online, via The New York Times.

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Bravo wrapped up its search for the next great artist, via The Wall Street Journal.

Art critic and “Work of Art” judge Jerry Saltz reflects on the experience and outcome, via New York Magazine.