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N.D. Museum Of Art reconstructs New York artist’s apartment

Published 11/22/2013, Grand Forks Herald

A mummified fish from American Egyptologist Bob Brier, a human toe found on the Williamsburg Bridge and a bull’s head from the Running of the Bulls in Pamplona, Spain, are among the thousands of artifacts lining the walls, covering the floors, filling the bookshelves and hanging from the ceiling in the North Dakota Museum of Art’s new installation, Barton’s Place.

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