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Solaris. COURTESY INHABITAT.COM

Julia Borovaya, Solaris.

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Joshua Roth has announced that his United Talent Agency’s fine arts division has signed its first client, seven months after the talent agency’s inception. [The New York Times]

Oceanside Museum of Art has cancelled an exhibition based on the writings of Robert L. Pincus, who was The San Diego Union-Tribune‘s art critic for 25 years until being laid off in 2010. [San Diego City Beat]

Georgia Museum of Art at the University of Georgia in Athens has hired Shawnya L. Harris as its inaugural Larry D. And Brenda A. Thompson Curator of African-American and African diasporic art. [Artforum]

Holland Cotter reviews the Broad Museum of Art in Los Angeles. [The New York Times]

107 people were killed at the Grand Mosque in Mecca on Saturday when a construction crane fell through the roof; 238 other people sustained injuries. [CNN]

Russian artist Julia Borovaya presents Solaris, a vat of neon-green slime that reacts to the thoughts of visitors via an EEG headset. [Inhabitat.com]

What happened at the Marina Abramovic–art directed Givenchy show and after-party on September 11? Here’s what happened. [NYMag.com]

Korakrit Arunanondchai’s “Painting with History in a Room Filled with People with Funny Names” at Palais de Tokyo. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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