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Artists' haven is at center of squall

Owner wants to move gallery

Discussing the issues at the Piano Factory were (from left) Dorothea Guild, legal liaison to the tenants union; James de Crescentis, gallery director; and Eric Meyer, tenants union secretary. Discussing the issues at the Piano Factory were (from left) Dorothea Guild, legal liaison to the tenants union; James de Crescentis, gallery director; and Eric Meyer, tenants union secretary. (Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff)
By Meghan Irons
Globe Staff / January 4, 2009

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The gallery sits on the ground floor in the Piano Factory building at 791 Tremont St. It has lots of natural light from huge windows and open space above, and a first-floor hallway has a view down into it. (Full article: 831 words)

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