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GALLERIES

Sculptures built with fear and hope

''Where It Lives'' (right) is one of Sally B. Moore's architectural pieces in ''Edge'' at Barbara Krakow Gallery. Kim Salerno's collages (left) are at the Cushing-Martin Gallery in ''Big Miniature: Moving Through a Picture of a Room.'' ''Where It Lives'' (right) is one of Sally B. Moore's architectural pieces in ''Edge'' at Barbara Krakow Gallery. Kim Salerno's collages (left) are at the Cushing-Martin Gallery in ''Big Miniature: Moving Through a Picture of a Room.''
By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / October 29, 2008

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I visited galleries last week, rattled by news of the economic crisis. The stock market was plummeting again. Listening to the radio, headlines seemed to screech. "Are we approaching another Great Depression?" cried the BBC. (Full article: 832 words)

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