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Jamaica Plain artist gets Foster Prize

By Sebastian Smee
Globe Staff / January 22, 2009

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The Institute of Contemporary Art's 2008 James and Audrey Foster Prize - one of the most prestigious awards for contemporary art in Greater Boston - has been given to Andrew Witkin, a 31-year-old artist who lives in Jamaica Plain. (Full article: 406 words)

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