2004 Year in Arts
 MEDIA: Top stories
 CLASSICAL: James Levine
 DANCE: Ballet moves up
 THEATER: Bigger and better
 GALLERIES: Art scene blossoms
 VISUAL ARTS: The big picture
 ARCHITECTURE: A light motif
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Art scene blossoms around the city

Old favorites, new spaces create a buzz

By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / December 26, 2004

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The gallery scene on Harrison Avenue went from burgeoning to explosive this year when developer GTI Properties completed renovations on the old warehouse that first attracted art dealers in the late 1990s. The 450 Harrison Ave. building, which runs along Thayer Street, now has a mezzanine level with a catwalk leading to a handful of galleries and a street-level walkway ... (Full article: 774 words)

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