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One of the side benefits of Prospect.1 included the way it galvanized the art community into going the extra mile and actually doing some of things that are often discussed but rarely done. New exhibition spaces, some timed to coincide with the biennial, sprouted like mushrooms. One of the more intriguing is Studio 527. Located in a warehouse at 527 Julia St., and featuring an array of unusual works by Ann Baker, Tina Freeman, Helen Gifford, Tina Girouard, Sally Heller, Chris Jahncke, Julia Mandle, Joe Moran, Jeff Pastorek, Michael Swindle, Robert Tannen, Jonathan Traviesa and Amanda Wiles, it often reflects the rather extemporaneous approach of artist/curator Robert Tannen, whose Model For the Eye Full Tower (pictured) looks remarkably like a stack of stepladders. Studio 527's regular hours are Thursday through Saturday, 10 am, until 5pm. — D. Eric Bookhardt

Contemporary Works by 15 Established and Emerging Artists

Through January

Studio 527, 527 Julia St., 218-4807;

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