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Tuesday’s Art Notes

Wendy Whelen and Craig Hall perform at the 2011 Dance Against Cancer at the Manhattan Movement & Arts Center on April 25, 2011 in New York City. Photo by John Lamparski/ Getty Images

Wendy Whelen and Craig Hall perform at the 2011 Dance Against Cancer at the Manhattan Movement & Arts Center on April 25, 2011 in New York City. Photo by John Lamparski/ Getty Images

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Archaeologists in Egypt announced the discovery of a massive statue of the 14th century B.C. pharaoh Amenhotep III, via The Associated Press.

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The Washington Post profiled the off-again on-again Egyptian antiquities minister, Zahi Hawass.

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A judge in Maine has upheld a directive by Maine’s governor to take down a mural in the state Labor Department, via ARTINFO.

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Revok, a Los Angeles graffiti tagger, was arrested at the airport for failure to repay victims of vandalism, via the Los Angeles Times.

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Marie France Pisier, a star of French New Wave cinema, has died at age 66, via The Guardian.

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