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A submarine similar to the one owned by John Re.COURTESY FLICKR/CLEMENS VASTERS.

A Lockheed RV Deep Quest submarine similar to the one owned by John Re.

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Art Miami will launch a fair in New York during Frieze Week this May. [Miami Herald]

The six finalists for the design of the Guggenheim Helsinki are out. [Artforum]

“An East Hampton man accused of selling dozens of fake paintings and sketches purported to be by famous artists, and using some of the money to buy a submarine, pleaded guilty in federal court on Monday to one count of wire fraud.” [The New York Times]

Here’s a look back on the first year of the Pérez Art Museum Miami. [Miami Herald]

New York’s subway art program is pretty great at getting press, but this is one of the better examples—a nice slide show of works in its collection. [The Daily Beast]

IT BEGINS: Barry McGee designs something for Beats by Dre in Miami. [T: The New York Times Style Magazine]

“In a project that echoes the Cultural Revolution, China’s top film and television industry regulator has announced a new program to send artists to grass-roots communities to learn from the masses and form a ‘correct view on art.'” [The New York Times]

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