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Puzzles, Dogs and Objets D'art at the Children's Museum

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Puzzles, Dogs and Objets D'art at the Children's Museum

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Puzzles, Dogs and Objets D'art at the Children's Museum

Puzzles, Dogs and Objets D'art at the Children's Museum

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"Art Inside Out," now at the Childrens' Museum of Manhattan, highlights three distinctive art forms: large, bright Elizabeth Murray canvases that can look like puzzles; William Wegman's well-known photos of his dogs; and Fred Wilson's displays of museums themselves. Karen Michel reports.

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