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'The Disposable Americans,' 2006
Marcus Kenney's "Young American" show of collages at Pepper Gallery took no prisoners when it came to issues such as race and war. (Courtesy the Pepper Gallery) Courtesy the Pepper Gallery
2006 GALLERIES

New uses for discarded materials

Established and emerging artists forage for ideas

By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / December 31, 2006

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It's been a dicey year for many Boston galleries. Foot traffic is slow; the Internet and art fairs are increasingly the places to sell. The more established dealers take their art to fairs such as Art Basel Miami Beach , and often do really well. Smaller commercial venues, some with less sophisticated websites, have a tougher time. Two small but ... (Full article: 825 words)

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