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A vision fulfilled at harbor's edge

Museum a frame on surroundings

By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / December 1, 2006

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From cramped and awkward quarters in an old police station in the Back Bay, the new Institute of Contemporary Art has emerged into the light like a cave dweller into sunshine. When the museum opens next week, the public will see the most inventive, most interesting piece of local architecture since the Hancock Tower of a generation ago. (Full article: 1317 words)

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