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Speaking Of Gentrification, Art Galleries Are Coming For Harlem

“But what if we thought about defending Harlem against these same forces using strategies of addition and not only ones of attrition? What if the rule rather than the exception were to form institutions that can support and enable artists who are rooted in Harlem, who have durable connections to its soil?”
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