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Consumer culture

High-end art meets holiday shopping in an unusual gallery show

In a show created by Aaron L. Peterman (above), a retail area (at left) doubles as a conceptual art installation, with teddy bears (below) selling for $75. In a show created by Aaron L. Peterman (above), a retail area (at left) doubles as a conceptual art installation, with teddy bears (below) selling for $75. (Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff (Above))
By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / December 18, 2009

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At Miller Block Gallery this holiday season, there’s a splashy display of throw pillows, teddy bears, tote bags, and refrigerator magnets with iconic Boston scenes wheeling across them in a dazzling kaleidoscopic pattern. It’s all reasonably priced, starting at $25 for a pack of eight magnets. (Full article: 1256 words)

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