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Appeared in: Volume 6, Number 5
Published on: May 1, 2011
Summer Note: Everyman’s Art

Alexander Girard turned the act of displaying folk art into an art form all its own.

Laurel Seth is a second-generation New Mexican and the third generation of her family to be deeply involved with the Museum of International Folk Art. She is a former art gallery owner and director, and has written on the history of MOIFA and traditional southwestern adobe architecture.
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