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We're pleased to present a very thorough answer to yesterday's query, delivered forth by both a reader and the source. Muses a reader:
The Luggage Store Gallery on Market had a show open December 14th. When I was in the space there was a tag instructing people to look out the window and across the street, to this installation. I am, not positive it was created by an artist in the show, “In the Fullness of Time: Celebrating Twenty Years” but I believe they are connected . . .Im sure someone knows more?. This morning, we received a confirmation directly from the gallery: The installation, a joint project between artist Elaine Buckholtz and the Luggage Store, is a part of the gallery's anniversary exhibition. Building owners Jamie and David Addington also lent their cooperation to the project. We had a hunch that this was a Luggage Store doing.
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