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Finding a good 'Home' for contemporary art

A decade-old exhibit poses fresh questions

In 1997, Vito Acconci's 'Ladder Lounge Chair' fit into the curators' themes of home, family, and the desire for security. In 1997, Vito Acconci's "Ladder Lounge Chair" fit into the curators' themes of home, family, and the desire for security.
By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / April 6, 2008

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WALTHAM - A lounge chair made out of a ladder - a place to rest or a means of escape? Bare light bulbs hanging from porcelain sockets, blinking out - a picture of hope snuffed? (Full article: 872 words)

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