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All in the family

By June Wulff
Globe Staff / March 18, 2009
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Illustrator Louisa Bertman and her father, architect Richard Bertman, were asked to create a piece for the Boston Children's Museum. "Paper Doll Machine," a life-size kinetic sculpture, was their first collaboration. The local artists are at it again, but this time, daughter and dad proposed "Bertman & Bertman: a father/daughter exhibition of prints and sculpture" to fellow members of the Cambridge Art Association. This from Dad: "Tolstoy observed that the business of art is to make that understood and felt which (otherwise) might be incomprehensible and inaccessible. I care about making my 'art' accessible to people." Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (through April 10). Free. Cambridge Art Association, University Place Gallery, 124 Mt. Auburn St., Harvard Square, Cambridge. 617-876-0246. www.cambridgeart.org

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