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Reading between the lines

Architect-artist offers a playful, baffling exhibit

Peter Downsbrough's installation of lines and words at the Barbara Krakow Gallery. Peter Downsbrough's installation of lines and words at the Barbara Krakow Gallery.
By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / April 1, 2009

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The world appears askew at Barbara Krakow Gallery. The first thing you see when you go in is a black pipe hanging beside a Corinthian column that clads one of the building's support beams. They look a bit like Laurel and Hardy - the pipe slender and quiet, the column self-important and overbearing, particularly in a gallery that often shows ... (Full article: 840 words)

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