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Starting next week, the Rockefeller Center Anthropologie will debut an exhibit of art and design by New Orleans artisans. Called Beyond the Quarter, the show will have a slight currents-events edge—look for Patsy Grace's mixed media collages of animals affected by the BP oil spill—but the real goal is simply to shed more light on Louisiana designers. Plus, of course, to sell some furniture: Prices on items like the lovely gold-leaf chairs above range from $880 to $5,800.
· Anthropologie celebrates New Orleans design community [Editor at Large]
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