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September 12th, 2012

Finance weekly mainstay Barrons profiles the Lower East Side as an under-the-radar haunt for those seeking fresh artwork by emerging talents or bargain pieces by bigger name artists. Examples are used such as, Invisible-Exports, where “Props for Memory,” a group show featuring Joseph Beuys, provides a Beuys piece which can be bought for just $2,000. At the Stephan Stoyanov gallery, also on the Lower East Side, paintings by Jen Mazza from “The Words” exhibition sell for $3,200 each.

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