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Great Coverage of MAP’s Instant Messages Exhibit by Radar Redux

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If you haven’t read it already, Jack Livingston and Jess Kemp have done a great job covering MAP’s newest exhibit Instant Messages. This includes a short critical review by Jack Livingston, an interview with Cathy Byrd, the director of MAP, and a series of photos documenting the show. Check it out here.

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