Tuesday’s Art Notes

BY Molly Finnegan  November 23, 2010 at 11:13 AM EST

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Members of Project Bandaloop perform aerial dances on the walls of the historic Golkonda Fort in Hyderabad on November 21, 2010. The performance, which explores the relationship between movement and gravity, is to stimulate the viewers’ awareness of their natural and built environments. Photo by Noah Seelam/ AFP/ Getty Images

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Yale University has a tentative agreement with the country of Peru to return 4,000 Incan antiquities, via The Independent.

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The Los Angeles Times has the comeback story of the Weinsteins, who were able to salvage their production company after receiving some financial help this summer.

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Blue Valentine, a realistic film about the break-up of a marriage that got picked up at Sundance by the Weinsteins, has been given an NC-17 rating by the MPAA, via USA Today.

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The artist who created an encoded sculpture for the CIA building offers a hint to part of the puzzle that no one has been able to crack yet, via ARTINFO.

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The New York Times has a dispatch from Perm, Russia about how a new arts initiative is trying to implement an ambitious new wave of exhibits and theater programming in the city, but the community is resisting what they feel is an artificial imposition of outside culture.