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Big draw

A new building and high-profile shows have attendance soaring at ICA despite economy

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By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / July 19, 2009

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Last summer, Helen Loomis was meeting friends for lunch at Anthony’s Pier 4 when the neighboring Institute of Contemporary Art caught her eye. The retired Boston schoolteacher stared at the glass exterior, its 80-foot cantilever stretching toward the water. (Full article: 1329 words)

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