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Adonne Khare wins ArtPrize international competition and $200,000. [AP]

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Randy Kennedy tags along with photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto as he shoots dioramas at the American Museum of Natural History. This one is action–packed. [NYT]

Online auction to raise money for the Royal Academy. [Bloomberg]

Guggenheim loans Picasso’s Lobster and Cat to the Museo Picasso Malaga. [ArtDaily]

What to do when you exhibit Ai Weiwei, who can’t show up for the install. [WSJ]

On the art world’s persistent love of luxury goods. [The Art Newspaper]

The BBC offers a brief history of vandalized artworks, from the graffiti that hit a statue by Damien Hirst to an acid attack that threatened Leonardo’s Mona Lisa. [BBC]

Militant Islamists are threatening a Muslim mausoleum in Libya, Emily Sharpe reports. [The Art Newspaper]

What to do when you exhibit Ai Weiwei, and he can’t show up for the install. [WSJ]

On the art world’s persistent love of luxury goods. [The Art Newspaper]

Morning Links: Action-Packed Edition