Art news from around the world:

Utah suddenly has control of famous Spiral Jetty – but it’s not quite clear how it happened, or what will happen next http://bit.ly/ikX4yZ

Can a website become a price database of the private art market? Time will tell http://bit.ly/kKPNna

From domestic to international – when do collectors begin to take an interest in the wider world? http://bit.ly/mO9MT3

Unrest in Syria means no exhibit in London http://bit.ly/kSmaLJ but English/Russian cultural relationship warms up http://bit.ly/ipGllN

The High Line opens its second section http://bit.ly/lXBxBx Has anyone visited it yet? Let us know!

Popular stories from the week:

What are art history doctoral candidates interested in? The 20th century http://lat.ms/ioyxAr

With radical aims and considerable achievement, how is it that no one has heard of the Vorticists? http://ind.pn/ikYPt3

‘Speaking like Shakespeare’ – why art museums should rethink the way they present non-contemporary art http://bit.ly/isklUB

Part charity, part conceptual art – artists buy up the stock of a local corner store http://bit.ly/jWbCxW

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