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The rooms will be used as art-gallery space and for performances.
Firm Shares $200 Million Plan for Reinforcing Armory Pia Catton 2011
"It seemed to revolve around the desire to reproduce as rebellion these things that had formerly been part of the mainstream market," says Greif, citing the art-gallery porn by the likes of Richard Kern and the conspicuous consumption of meat while in the company of vegetarians as two examples.
Why do people hate hipsters? Alex Rayner 2010
Sean Horton , a 35-year-old art-gallery owner, weren't on the hunt.
The Young and Fetching on Exhibit Lizzie Simon 2011
Which is good, because we're still baffled by his comments about the episode's art-gallery challenge and Meat Loaf's epic meltdown over misplaced supplies the rocker accused him of pilfering: A righteous truth...a-r-t.
Such star turns aside, the series goes on and on without ever seeming to arrive as our hero staggers from the '50s to the '70s through swinging London and the New York art-gallery scene.
Where the Time Goes Nancy deWolf Smith 2011
Since embarking on a relationship with a 30-year-old art-gallery owner, Darya Zhukova, he also has become one of the world's biggest-spending art collectors.
Russian Tycoons Face Off in Court Guy Chazan 2011
"In contemporary art there has been a democratization of media," says Mark Fletcher, a New York-based art consultant and former art-gallery proprietor.
But while most of the restaurants on the island have weathered the recession fairly well, antiques shops and art-gallery owners have taken a hit.
City Island Enclave Kavita Mokha 2011
Visitors are greeted in a pristine art-gallery area filled with natural light, passive solar heat and plants rescued from the street.
In Queens, Going Where the Art Leads Pia Catton 2011
Indeed, Ms. Wang's collection maintained the art-gallery look she likes to wear herself.
Reality Shows Christina Binkley 2010