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[This week on the Artblog Reader Advisor: The CIA is watching you on Twitter; electric car-maker Tesla releases its patents; Google begins documenting street art; and the Senegalese government outlaws art that addresses being gay. — the Artblog editors] 

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Photographs of eyes stuck to homes in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, by artist JR. (Photo credit: MoSA.)

Google Does Graffiti: The Search Engine’s Latest Database of Street Art

The New York Times

Censorship in Senegal: Country Criminalizes Homosexual Art

Artnet.com

Frick Expansion: Historical Collection Spreads Its Wings

Art in America

What You Need to Know About the Unrest in Iraq

Mother Jones

Genius or Foolish? Tesla Boldly Releases Patents to Public

Wired

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Lobby of the CIA Headquarters in Langley, VA. (Photo credit: Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images.)

The Ironic Twitter Presence of the CIA

Los Angeles Times

Dali in the Kitchen: The Famed Surrealist’s Little-Known Cookbook

Brainpickings.org

When Nothing is Something: The Latest From Marina Abramović

The Washington Post

 

 

 

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