Wednesday’s Art Notes

BY Molly Finnegan  April 28, 2010 at 10:03 AM EST

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Elena Algado from the Ballet Nacional de Espana perform ‘Dualia & La Leyenda’ flamenco in London, England. Photo by Ian Gavan/ Getty Images

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For the first time, all of Anne Frank’s diaries will be on display at the house-turned-museum where the young girl hid with her family during World War II, via USA Today.

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Two American museums reopen this weekend after long closures due to renovation. The Oakland Museum of California, which features exhibits on the art, history and natural environment of it home state and houses the archive of photographer Dororthea Lange, reopens on Saturday, via The Art Newspaper.

And the Virginia Museum of the Fine Arts’ newly expanded space now makes it the tenth largest museum in the country, via the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

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A new mural by Shepard Fairey in New York has been vandalized, but the artist and gallery say they understand its the nature of public art, via ARTINFO.

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Elizabeth Post, the granddaughter-in-law of manners maven Emily Post who revised and updated the family’s famous “Etiquette” manual five times, has died at age 89 in Naples, Fla., via the New York Times.