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  • It's not while you're traipsing through the winding, white-walled streets the historical center of a forgotten Italian town to find the gallery.

    Lauren Quinn: A Hunger for More: Fame Festival Opening

  • Two dozen foreign journalists gathered outside in the hope of their own tour of the three-storey, white-walled property decorated with marble cladding, intricate Islamic carvings and green tiled turrets, watched by six security cameras.

    Lockerbie bomber: al-Megrahi saga about to end after 23 years

  • The Musharifa district, where the two friends grew up, is a typical upper-middle-class Jeddah neighborhood dotted with white-walled villas and anchored by the small mosque in which they offered their daily prayers.

    The Longest War

  • It's not while you're traipsing through the winding, white-walled streets the historical center of a forgotten Italian town to find the gallery.

    Lauren Quinn: A Hunger for More: Fame Festival Opening

  • The Musharifa district, where the two friends grew up, is a typical upper-middle-class Jeddah neighborhood dotted with white-walled villas and anchored by the small mosque in which they offered their daily prayers.

    The Longest War

  • Key's installation recreates the way the space, a roofed-over alleyway, might have looked before it became a white-walled gallery.

    Gopnik's Daily Pic: Great 'painting' at Transformer

  • The white-walled office has a white table, a white-mesh chair, a white filing cabinet, a white lamp and a white Mac, with few cords visible.

    Obsessive-Compulsive Design

  • The white-walled office has a white table, a white-mesh chair, a white filing cabinet, a white lamp and a white Mac, with few cords visible.

    Spotless in Santa Monica

  • Andy Pilara, 69, a skillful investment-fund manager who got hooked on serious art photography in 2003 when he bought his first Diane Arbus print, has deeded his collection of more than 2,000 prize photographs—from Eadweard Muybridge 1830-1904 to three photographers born in 1978—to a foundation housed in a maze of white-walled, concrete-floored galleries in the remodeled Pier 24.

    Free to Focus on the Pictures Inside

  • It's not while you're traipsing through the winding, white-walled streets the historical center of a forgotten Italian town to find the gallery.

    Lauren Quinn: A Hunger for More: Fame Festival Opening

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