Art news from around the world:

The Venice Biennale gets political http://bit.ly/jgmT5n with censorship http://bit.ly/lcLZ2x and the first Iraqi pavilion in 34 years http://bit.ly/m6cPvI

‘Ai is everywhere’ – how Hong Kong is standing up for Ai Weiwei http://bit.ly/jMC81R

UK politicians’ art choices exhibited for the world to see http://bit.ly/lGufYy

Reaching for their spray cans – young artists protest injustice in Libya http://bit.ly/j50aIH

Popular stories from the week:

‘It’s like naming puppies’ – the interesting history of naming paintings http://on.wsj.com/l8t1ot

Chelsea International Fine Art Competition 2010 selected artists continue to get creative with potholes http://bit.ly/jZFySH

Together for the first time in centuries; an ancient painting whose two halves are owned by different countries http://bit.ly/mca01U

Making the moon a photo prop http://bit.ly/kK6AnZ

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