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A glimpse of tomorrow today

In a show of contemporary works, some grad students clearly stand out

By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / June 29, 2006

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Young artists with big passions should be restricted to 6 -by-9 -inch canvases until they learn that art isn't just about emoting -- it's about craft, and honing a vision. ``Boston Young Contemporaries," which showcases the best works of local fine arts graduate students, has more than its share of giant, over -ambitious, bloated abstract paintings . But wade through ... (Full article: 823 words)

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