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THE NEW ICA

How they did it

They had to get the land. They had to get the money. And they had to stay true to their risky vision -- even if it meant building on an undeveloped waterfront site.

Chief curator Nicholas Baume helps install artworks in the ICA's new gallery spaces.
By Geoff Edgers
December 6, 2006

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IT WAS SUPPOSED TO BE a get-to-know-you breakfast, a chance for the new director of the Institute of Contemporary Art to sit down with a powerful trustee. Before the coffee had even cooled at the Charles Hotel restaurant, Paul Buttenwieser stunned ICA head Jill Medvedow with his news. (Full article: 2944 words)

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