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[This week on the Artblog Reader Advisor: Why don’t online art auctions garner the same prices as in-person events?; get the Ebola facts; and Kara Walker might be the only person unsurprised by reactions to her latest work. — the Artblog editors]

Sugar, Spice, Strife: Kara Walker Opens Up, via Wall Street Journal

Bel-Air Billionaire Bequeathing $500 Million Art Collection to LACMA, via LA Times

The Trials and Tribulations of Online Art Auctions, via New York Times

Pop art
“Chairman Mao” at the Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh.

The Five Most Important International Places for Warhol Fans, via Independent

But Really, Is There Anything Left to Say About Cubism? via Artnet

Check Out Molly Crabapple’s Rules for Success in the Age of the Internet, via Boing Boing

Everything You Need to Know About Ebola in One Brief Video, via Open Culture

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