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Echo Art Fair, the juried fine art sale created by Buffalo booster and entrepreneur E. Frits Abell in 2011 to connect emerging artists with potential buyers, will return to the Central Library (1 Lafayette Square) this weekend for the second year running. The fair’s main hall will include 32 artists, two collectives and nine galleries from across Western New York and be…

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It’s not graffiti. It’s not an elaborate crime-scene outline. It’s not the world’s largest DIY home-improvement project. All those scrunched-up strips of green and blue painters’ tape on the north wall of the Central Library are part of “Buffalo Caverns,” a temporary mural now being installed by the Rhode Island-based Tape Art collective. The mural is the f…

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A collective of artists from Rhode Island will begin installing a new public art project made of tape on the exterior walls of the Central Library on Sunday, according to Albright-Knox Art Gallery public relations director Maria Morreale. UPDATE: The piece, called "Buffalo Caverns," will be made from painters' tape. Over the course of five days, the members of the Rhode I…

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Buffalo’s Echo Art Fair, now gearing up for its fourth incarnation on Sept. 6 and 7 in the Central Library, has announced this year’s participating artists and galleries. Here’s the list of individual artists, 23 of whom live in Western New York: David Alexander of Toronto Lauren Braun of Pittsburgh Max Collins of Buffalo Mark diVincenzo of Buffalo Dana Filibert…