Tuesday’s Art Notes

BY Molly Finnegan  July 26, 2011 at 11:44 AM EDT

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Indian artists dressed up as the Hindu goddess MahaKali perform with fire in a street during the final procession of the eleven day traditional festival of Bonalu, a ritual offering to the goddess at Sri Akkanna Madanna Mahankali Mandiran in Hyderabad, on July 25, 2011. MahaKali is honored mostly by women during Bonalu festival by offerings of food and dancing. Photo by AFP/ Noah Seelam

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A Los Angeles house designed by Richard Neutra may be demolished soon, and the architect’s son is waging a fight to stop it, via ARTINFO.

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The Art Newspaper looks at how and why contemporary art is getting bigger.

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Artist Gilbert “Maju” Lujan, whose work reflected Mexican American culture, has died at age 70, via the Los Angeles Times.