Wednesday’s Art Notes
A woman looks at the work ‘Burka’ by US artist Robert Longo at the booth of the Hans Mayer gallery on April 12, 2011 at the Art Cologne art fair in Germany. Around 200 international galleries will be showcasing Modernist, Post-War and Contemporary art during the fair running until April 17. Photo by Oliver Berg/ AFP/ Getty Images
The Chinese State Administration of Radio, Film, and Television has banned depictions of time travel in TV dramas, via The New Yorker.
A rumored meeting between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and teen sensation Justin Bieber will not take place during the singer’s trip to Israel, via ABC News.
Mikhail Baryshnikov helps to fund his eponymous Arts Center in Manhattan by auctioning off a 19th century Russian painting for $746,500 on Tuesday, via The New York Times’ ArtsBeat.
The Philadephia Orchestra may declare bankruptcy this week, via WPVI-TV.
Meanwhile, the Syracuse Post-Standard reports on on the shutdown process of the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra after its recent bankruptcy.