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Tuesday’s Art Notes

Russian team's fire sculpture 'The Sun is our Star' burns during the 1st edition of the Fire Sculpture World Championships in Tallinn on January 16, 2011. The winner will be selected on January 22, 2011. Photo by Raigo Pajula/ AFP/ Getty Images

A fire sculpture called ‘The Sun is our Star’, built by a team of Russians, burns during the 1st edition of the Fire Sculpture World Championships in Tallinn on January 16, 2011. The winner will be selected on January 22, 2011. Photo by Raigo Pajula/ AFP/ Getty Images

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In Italy, the location of the tomb of the emperor Caligula was revealed when police caught a raider trying to get away with a statue taken from the site, via The Guardian.

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Wesleyan University is launching a new post-graduate program in curatorial studies specifically for performance art, which will be the first of its kind, via ARTINFO.

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The Guggenheim will consider building a branch in Helsinki, Finland, via The New York Times.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger starts looking for a new job (in Hollywood), via The Guardian.

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Milton Rogovin, a photographer who documented the lives of underrepresented people, died age 101 in Buffalo on Tuesday, via The Associated Press.

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