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THE NEW ICA
Architecture

By standing out, it's a perfect fit

New ICA shows that Boston has become more accepting of contemporary ideas

Ribbon-cutting at the new ICA
Mark Maloney, Paul Buttenwieser, Chuck Brizius, Barbara Lee, Jill Medvedow, Steve Corkin, Karen Rotenberg, and John DesPrez at the ribbon-cutting for the new Institute of Contemporary Art last week. (David L Ryan, Globe Staff) David L Ryan, Globe Staff
By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / December 10, 2006

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Everyone seemed to be saying the same thing last week at the party that inaugurated the Institute of Contemporary Art's new building on the waterfront. (Full article: 879 words)

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