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Wednesday’s Art Notes

The sculpture 'London Horse' is maneuvered into position at Marble Arch on September 14, 2010 in London, England. Photo by Matthew Lloyd/ Getty Images

The sculpture ‘London Horse’ is maneuvered into position at Marble Arch on September 14, 2010 in London, England. The 33 ft high bronze horse’s head was designed by sculptor Nic Fiddian-Green and replaces a smaller temporary sculpture at the site. Photo by Matthew Lloyd/ Getty Images

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The unfinished novel by the late David Foster Wallace about employees of a Midwestern IRS office will be published next year on Tax Day, via The New York Times.

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In the continuing saga over Fisk University’s Georgia O’Keefe holdings, a judge has rejected a plan that would remove the collection from the university to keep it at a different institution in Nashville, via The Tennessean.

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An update on a NewsHour story: a professional dancer from Haiti who had lost his leg in the devastating earthquake receives a new prosthetic.

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