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Zach Feuer wends through the crowd at his gallery's recent opening of a Dana Schultz solo exhibit
Zach Feuer wends through the crowd at his gallery's recent opening of a Dana Schultz solo exhibit. (Scott Lewis for the Boston Globe) Scott Lewis for the Boston Globe
Visual Arts

How did this guy become such an art world big shot?

In just seven years, Zach Feuer has gone from museum school rebel to one of the most important young dealers in New York

By Ken Johnson
Globe Staff / May 6, 2007

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NEW YORK -- It's a chilly Thursday night in Chelsea, the day of the week when many of the district's 300 art galleries open new exhibitions. Few are more keenly anticipated than the one at Zach Feuer Gallery: It's the gallery's third solo show of Dana Schutz , who at 30 has been producing some of the most critically admired ... (Full article: 2296 words)

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