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Richard Prince’s Instagram works are reportedly selling for $100,000. [New York Post]

Jori Finkel was on hand for the installation of Ai Weiwei’s show at Alcatraz: “Judging from the large bags of colorful Legos on the floor and dozens of plastic base plates piled on tables, this room could have been the activities station for a well-funded summer camp. And the five women and men drifting in and out, slicing open boxes and rooting around for the right size toy bricks, were young enough to pass as camp counselors.” [The New York Times]

Jennifer Krasinski at the 12th Swiss Sculpture Exhibition. [Artforum]

Luxembourg opens art freeport seeking “to lure more wealthy investors . . . by opening a high-security center . . . where collectors can store and trade valuables without paying customs or sales tax.” [Reuters]

Glenn Kaino, who has been collecting stones from conflict zones for the past two years, will put a piege of Ferguson, MO. on view in a show at Chicago’s Kavi Gupta Gallery. [The Art Newspaper]

Artists and scientists are working together to get museums to drop sponsors that deny climate change. [The Art Newspaper]

Here is a profile of Afghanistan graffiti artist Shamsia Hassani. [The Guardian]

Watch: a man attempting to steal a painting by stuffing it down his sweater is caught on CCTV [The Telegraph]

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