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Creating worlds all their own

By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / April 15, 2009

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Most successful artists make work that, at least in part, springs from or reacts against art history. They've been educated at art schools; their work engages in a rich, ever-evolving dialectic around visual representation. "At the Center . . . In the Eye," a striking, fresh exhibit at the Nielsen Gallery, offers something different: three artists, two untrained, who seemingly ... (Full article: 851 words)

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