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Art for our sake

July 17, 2008

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NEW YORK CITY has four new waterfalls, part of a temporary public art installation created by Denmark-born artist Olafur Eliasson. Between 90 and 120 feet tall, the waterfalls churn 2 million gallons of water an hour in a roaring cascade that seems from this distance to ask: How's the public art in Boston? (Full article: 407 words)

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