James Crump

director, art curator and historian

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In the 1970’s, New York artists began moving into large empty lofts in neglected downtown neighborhoods like SoHo.

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In the 1970’s, New York artists began moving into large empty lofts in neglected downtown neighborhoods like SoHo.

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