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When graphic art becomes high art

Chris Frost's 'Red Castle' From left to right: Luka Lukova's "Heath Coverage," a political statement. Chris Frost's "Red Castle," a reflection of childhood.
By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / September 24, 2008

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It's a habit of art-world insiders to look down at graphic art. Because it is done on commission, to meet a specific need, rather than born out of an artist's imagination for no reason other than that the artist is free to imagine, graphic art is viewed as second-rate. (Full article: 812 words)

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