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Critic's Picks: Art

'Palace of Fine Arts, 2006' by Liz Hickok is a work made of Jell-O, and is part of the exhibit 'You Are What You Eat' coming to Mass MoCA in North Adams. "Palace of Fine Arts, 2006" by Liz Hickok is a work made of Jell-O, and is part of the exhibit "You Are What You Eat" coming to Mass MoCA in North Adams.
By Sebastian Smee
Globe Staff / September 13, 2009

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DRAWINGS & PAINTINGS BY ASHILE GORKY: MINA BOEHM METZGER COLLECTION Twenty-seven rarely seen drawings and paintings and the only surviving stone sculpture by the Armenian immigrant regarded by many as the father of Abstract Expressionism. Sept. 16-Nov. 7 . Whistler House Museum of Art, Lowell . 978-452-7641, www.whistlerhouse.org (Full article: 648 words)

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