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Needham show launches gallery

True Art Gallery's opening included Maurice Handel (left) and Adam Friedman, and (top) Evelyn Bernal's 'Our Treasure' (above) and 'Primordial Sin' by Kalman Gacs. True Art Gallery's opening included Maurice Handel (left) and Adam Friedman, and (top) Evelyn Bernal's "Our Treasure" (above) and "Primordial Sin" by Kalman Gacs. (True Art Gallery)
By Denise Taylor
Globe Correspondent / May 21, 2009

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Kalman Gacs is not a fly-by-night kind of guy. While organizing an art show for Needham Open Studios this spring, the 27-year-old sculptor and art teacher refused to set an end date for the exhibition. Instead, a different question came to mind: "I thought, why not make it a permanent gallery?" said Gacs. (Full article: 868 words)

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