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New England


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                                 The Lois Foster Wing  The Rose Art
                                                       Museum
                Domestic Archeology:Boston and Beyond  Brandeis
                                                       University,
                                                       Waltham
           Davis Bliss, Karsten Bott, Haim Steinbach,  415 South Street
                    Douglas Weathersby, Edythe Wright  Tel (781) 736
                                                       3434
                                January 21 - March 28  Fax (781) 736
                                                       343

 In the Spotlight: A selection of recent acquisitions
          from the Brandeis University Art Collection
                                   January 21 - May 2
         The Mildred S. Lee Gallery: Surasl Kusolwong

Minimal Factory ($1 Market), Red Bull Party (with DJ)

                                January 21 - March 28

         Landscape Architecture: The Intimate Expanse  University
                                                       Gallery
                                February 1 - March 12  University of
                                                       Massachusetts
                                                       Amherst
                                                       Fine Arts
                                                       Center, Amherst
                                                       Tel (413) 545
                                                       3670
                                                       Fax (413) 545
                                                       2038
                                                       www.umass.edu/
                                                       fac/
                                                       universitygallery
             SIGNED AND UNSIGNED: Postcards, Posters,  University Art
                                                       Gallery
 Limited and Unlimited Editions, Multiples and books.  University of
                                                       Massachusetts
                                                       Dartmouth
   Featuring items by Duchamp, Beuys, Warhol, Gordon,  715 Purchase
                                                       Street, New
                                                       Bedford
                      Rist, Kabakov, and many others. … 

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