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Optic Nerve, a van with holes punched in it, by Kim Adams is pictured at the Mass MoCA art gallery in North Adams Mass.

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Optic Nerve, a van with holes punched in it, by Kim Adams.

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Widow , a bear made of felt flowers, by artist Janet Wright Cheney is pictured at the Mass MoCA art gallery in North Adams, Mass.

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Tortoise, an outdoor scultpture made of picnic tables. Michel De Broin. Pictured at the Mass MoCA art gallery in North Adams Mass.

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Tortoise, it's an outdoor scultpture made of picnic tables. Michel De Broin is pictured at the Mass MoCA art gallery in North Adams, Mass.

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The woodpile, by Bill Burns is pictured at the Mass MoCA art gallery in North Adams Mass.

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is pictured at the Mass MoCA art gallery in North Adams Mass.

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Curator Denise Markonish is pictured at the Mass MoCA art gallery in North Adams, Mass.

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