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Dallas Art Fair

This week on Art Matters, Quin talks to co-founder Chris Byrne about the Dallas Art Fair.  Listen to the show to hear about the history of the event and to find out what is in store for visitors this year.  
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Art Matters Radio, 2013 Dallas Art Fair

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