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Posted by Geoff Edgers  June 18, 2006 09:53 PM
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It’s interesting to consider the repercussions of the J. Paul Getty Museum identifying 350 works that came from discredited or convicted art dealers. After all, the Museum of Fine Arts has more than 100 pieces – not including coins – that originated with dealer Robert Hecht, who is currently on trial in Italy.

Cars in an art museum… hmmm. Why does that sound familiar?

Here’s what happens when Boston native Raymond Nasher, who we’ve chatted with at the Gardner, gets behind an art project.

Boy, that Blair Kamin is a real party-pooper. The Chicago Tribune’s architecture critic doesn’t like the newly expanded Minneapolis Institute of Arts or the city’s new Cesar Pelli library. [Image below.] What you got against the Twin Cities, Blair? Did Prince steal your lunch money?

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About Exhibitionist Geoff Edgers covers arts news for The Boston Globe..
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