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March 11, 2013 at 1:09 PM
Stonington Gallery will move — up the block
Stonington Gallery, which specializes in contemporary works of Northwest Coast and Alaskan art, is packing up and moving — but not very far. The gallery will tote its stuff from 119 S. Jackson St. in Seattle to 125 S. Jackson at the end of March. However, the new building is not tall enough to contain Stonington’s poles and other high-rise artworks, so the gallery is holding a moving sale through March 29. (Know anyone who needs a totem pole?) The gallery’s first post-move exhibitions open April 4: “Hib Sabin: Small Pieces” and “Facing Forward: A Group Mask Exhibition.”
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