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South Station relic is now modern art

An artist shipped an old South Station departure board to his studio in Miami, where he plans to use it with a series of transportation-related paintings. An artist shipped an old South Station departure board to his studio in Miami, where he plans to use it with a series of transportation-related paintings. (Courtesy of George Sanchez-Calderon)
By Noah Bierman
Globe Staff / May 24, 2009

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A salon of avant-garde artists sipped beers in a downtown Miami studio last weekend, wondering why a 20-foot-wide train scheduling board from Boston was hanging among the half-finished paintings and other works in progress at the party. (Full article: 685 words)

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