1972 Born, San Francisco, CA
Lives and works in New York, NY

 

EDUCATION

1994 Bachelor of Arts, University of California, San Diego

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2007
Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, Culvery City, CA
Patty Chang ‘Shangri-La’, Mariboe Gallery, Swig Arts Center, Peddie School, Hightstown, NJ

2006
‘Shangri-La’, Galerie Gabrielle Maubrie, Paris, France
Shangri-La, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden
Shangri-La, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago Fan Dance, Arratiabeer, Berlin, Germany
Patty Chang and David Kelley, Kustera Tilton Gallery, New York, NY

2005
Chinese Arts Centre, Manchester, England
Shangri-La, part of the Three M Project, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles (June 24- Oct.16); New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York (July 8-Sept.10)

2004
Roberts & Tilton, Los Angeles, CA

2003
Beauty Room 02, Miss China, Project Space, Paris, France

2002
Galerie Gabrielle Maubrie, Paris, France 2001 Jack Tilton/ Anna Kustera Gallery, New York Entwistle Gallery, London, England
Fri-Art Centre d’Art Contemporain Kunsthalle, Fribourg, Switzerland Baltic Art Center, Visby, Sweden

2000
Ven conmigo, nada contigo. Fuente. Melones. Afeitada. Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain
The Contemporary Museum, Video Gallery, Honolulu, Hawaii
Let Down and Release, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco
Sarah Cottier Gallery, Sydney Australia

1999-2000
Galerie Gabrielle Maubrie, Paris, France

1999
Patty Chang, Jack Tilton Gallery, New York
Basel 30, Statements, 1999, Basel, Switzerland
Patty Chang, Ace Gallery, Los Angeles Group

EXHIBITIONS AND PERFORMANCES

2006
Renegades: 25 Years of Performance Art at EXIT ART- A Selection From The Archives, Exit Art, New York, NY
Do Not Stack, Roberts & Tilton, Los Angeles, CA
One Way or Another: Asian American Art Now, The Asia Society, New York
It's Time for Action (There's No Option), The Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Zurich, Switzerland
New York, New York: Fifty Years of Art, Architecture, Photography, Film and Video, Curated by Lisa Dennison and Germano Celant, Grimaldi Forum, Monte-Carlo, Monaco
Still Points of the Turning World, Site Santa Fe, Sixth International Biennial, curated by Klaus Ottmann, New Mexico
Into Me/Out of Me, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, NY
Six Degrees of Separation, STUX Gallery, New York, NY
LOVE!, curated by Andrea Salerno and Carmen Zita, Salvatore Ferragamo Gallery, NYC
20th Anniversary, Galerie Gabrielle Maubrie, Paris, France

2005
Faith, Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT
Kiss:When a Kiss isn’t just a Kiss, Contemporary Art Galleries, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
Superfat, curated by Joshua Altman, Brooklyn Fire Proof, New York Frontier, Roberts & Tilton, Los Angeles, CA
Bodies of Evidence, The RISD Museum, Providence, RI
History of Disappearance: Live Art from New York 1975 – Present, Works selected from the
Archives of Franklin Furnace, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, United Kingdom
Springtide, Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA
Fear Gear, curated by Euridice Arratia and Elizabeth Beer, Roebling Hall, New York

2004
The Realm of the Senses, James Cohan Gallery, New York, NY
The Print Show, Exit Art, New York, NY
Dimension: Folly, curated by Roberto Pinto, Galleria Civica di Arte Contemporanea, Trento, Italy (performance)
Camera/Action, Museum of Contemporary Photography, Columbia College, Chicago, IL
Sympathetic Nerve, Capsule Gallery, New York
Self-Evidence: Identity in Contemporary Art, DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA
Videoplayground, Galerie Alain Gutharc, Paris, France

2003
Occurrences: The Performative Space of Video, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Betty Rymer Gallery, Chicago, IL
Only Skin Deep: Changing Visions of the American Self, International Center of Photography, NY, NY (catalogue)
Im Balance: Video Works by Janine Antoni and Patty Chang, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Moving Pictures: Contemporary Photography and Video from the Guggenheim Museum Collections, Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Spain (catalogue)
Black Belt, curated by Christine Kim, The Studio Museum in Harlem, NY, NY (catalogue) traveling to: Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA, 2004/2005
10 Year Anniversary Exhibition, Yerba Beuna Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA
Paradigms, curated by Louky Keijsers, Longwood Arts Center, Bronx, NY
Coup de Coeur (A Sentimental Choice), CRAC ALSACE, Altkirch, France
Skowhegan 2002/2003, Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art, Portland, Maine (catalogue)
Still Waters, Roberts & Tilton. Los Angeles, CA
Hunting Lodge, Consortium, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Somewhere Better Than This Place: Alternative Social Experience in the Spaces of Contemporary Art, The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio (performance)
Banquet. Metabolism and Communication, Zentrum fur Kunst und Medientechnologie, Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, Germany

2003
Love, Magazin4 Vorarlberger Kunstverein, Bregenz, Germany Patty Chang, Tracy Emin, Naomi Fisher, Paul McCarthy, The Moore Space, Miami, FL (performance, April 26)
Water, Water, curated by Lilly Wei, The Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Awakenings, Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
Feminine Persuasion, The Kinsey Institute and the School of Fine Arts Gallery, Indiana Univeristy, Bloomington, Indiana

2002
Videos in Progress, The RISD Museum, Providence, Rhode Island

Le Plateau Frac Ile-de-France (performance only, November 7), Paris, France Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA
The Body Electric: Video Art and the Human Body, Cheekwood Museum of Art, Nashville, TN
Americas Remixed, La Fabbrica del Vapore, Milan, Italy (performance/exhibition)
Extreme Existence, curated by Klaus Ottmann, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, NY (performance/exhibition) (catalogue)
Moving Pictures, Guggenheim Museum, New York
Fusion Cuisine, Deste Foundation Centre for Contemporary Art, Athens, Greece (performance/exhibition), (Catalog available)
Time Share, Sara Meltzer Gallery, NY
Le Studio, Yvon Lambert, Paris, France
Oral Fixations, curated by Sandra Firmin, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
Panorama, curated by Carmen Zita, Room Interior Products, NY
Superlounge, curated by Andrea Salerno & Mari Spirito, Gale Gates, Brooklyn, NY
About the Mind (Not Everything You Always Wanted to Know), Video Cafe, organized by Hitomi Iwasaki, Queens Museum, NY
Mirror Image, curated by Russell Ferguson, UCLA Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA Traveled to: Bard College, Center for Curatorial Studies Museum, Annadale-on- Hudson, NY
Perspectives: Artists of Chinese Descent in New York, Queens College Art Center, NY
Traveled to: Firehouse Art Gallery, Nassau Community College, Garden City, NY, March-April 2003

2001
Bodily Acts, curated by Jennifer L. Gray, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
Circus Maximus, BeganeGrond, Center for the Contemporary Arts, Utrecht, Holland
Group Show, Hamburg Kunstverein, Germany (performance)
Mimic, Gale Gates et al., Brooklyn, NY
Casino 2001, 1st Quadrennial of Contemporary Art, Stedelijk Museum Voor Actuele Kunst and the Bijloke Museum, Gent, Belgium (performance/exhibition)
Looking for Mr. Fluxus: In the Footsteps of George Maciunas, Art in General, NY
La Hijas de la Tierra (The Daughters of the Earth), IODAC Museum of Contemporary, Spain
Panic, Julie Saul Gallery, New York
Video Jam, Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, Lake Worth, Florida (brochure) 2001
Art+Performance+Technology, in conjunction with the 19th International Sculpture Conference, Wood Street Galleries, Pittsburgh, PA (performance)
WET, Luise Ross Gallery, New York
Trans Sexual Express Barcelona, Centre d’Art Santa Monica, Barcelona, Spain
Smirk: Women, Art, and Humor, curated by Debra Wacks, Firehouse Art Gallery, Nassau Community College, New York

2000
Uncomfortable Beauty, Jack Tilton/Anna Kustera Gallery, New York
Cross Female, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany (performance/exhibition): Traveled to: Kunst-und Kunstgewerbeverein Pforzheim,Germany (April/May 2001)
The Art of the Screen Saver, Stanford Art Museum/Cantor Art Center, Stanford, CA Traveled to: ICA, London, England (Feb-March 2002)
Steamroller, performance festival organized by Galerie MXM, Prague, Czech Republic (Catalog available)
Soma, Soma, Soma, The Sculpture Center, New York
Performance Festival, Kunstpanorama, Lucern and USINE, Geneva
The Standard Projection: 24/7, Standard Hotel, Los Angeles
Deja vu, Art Miami 2000, Miami Beach Convention Center, Miami Beach
Galerie Fons Welters (two person exhibition with Atelier van Lieshout), Amsterdam
ID/y2k, Identity At The Millennium, Castle Gallery, College of New Rochelle, NY

1999-2000
Illusion Delusion Denial, 450 Broadway Gallery, New York
Mug Shots, Center for Visual Art and Culture, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT.

1999
IDENDITAT, hat man doch zu viel, Ort halle fur kunst, Feldstr. lc, Luneburg
Körperinszenierungen, Städtische Bühnen Frankfurt Oper, Frankfurt, Germany

1998
Untitled (two women at tea), Jack Tilton Gallery, New York

1997
Likewise, Sacred Stiff, Leslie Lohman Gallery, New York
Repose, Art et Industrie, New York
TKO: Better to Give than to Receive, Avant-gard-arama, P.S. 122, New York
Alter Ergo, Terra Bomba, Exit Art / The First World, New York

1996
xm, The Shape of Sound, Exit Art / The First World, New York
Gong Li with the Wind, Millennial Identities, NYU Cantor Film Center, New York
Isadora Duncan: Babtised Myth, Clit Club, New York
Glacier, Sweat, Exit Art / The First World, New York

1995
At a Loss, P.S, 122, New York
Fistwich, Avant-gard-arama, P.S. 122, New York
Half-n-Half, The Deviant Playground, New York

 

PUBLICATIONS / REVIEWS

2006
Colpitt, Frances. “A Slow-Motion Biennial,” Art in America, October, pp.68-75 (color repro.)
Biesenbach, Klaus. “Into Me/ Out of Me,” Flash Art, July-September, pp.78-81 (color repro)
Berwick, Carly. “Stripteases, Sheiks, Sneakers Are Today’s Asian-American Art,” Bloomberg.com, September 12
Smith, Roberta. “A Melange of Asian Roots and Shifting Identities,” The New York Times, September 8, pp.E27, E29
“Ten Shows for 2005,” ArtAsiaPacific ALMANAC 2005/2006, Vol. 1, p. 38, p.43 (repro.)
Berwick, Carly. “Penguins, Lies, and Videotape” Top 10 Trends, ARTnews, February, pp.104-105 (color repro.)
Martinez, Chus. “Looking Back: Solo Shows,” Frieze Magazine, January-February, pp.111, 119 (color repro.)

2005
Doran, Anne. “Patty Chang, Shangri-La”, review, Time Out New York, August 18-24, p.61 (color repro.)
Cotter, Holland. “Patty Chang: Shangri-La”, review, The New York Times, July 29
Pollack, Barbara. “Fear Gear”, review, Time Out New York, July 7-13, p.73 (color repro.)
Bonin, Liane. “Work of a Higher Order: A Sacred Mountain in China inspires ‘Shangri- La’ installation,” Los Angeles Times, June 30
Arratia, Euridice. “In Conversation Patty Chang,” Art Asia Pacific Magazine, Spring 2005, pp.68-74, cover repro.

2004
Hiro, Rika. “Patty Chang at Roberts & Tilton”, Bijustu Techo/BT, Vol. #56, July, p.169
Kaufman, Jason Edward. “The Days of Single Ownership are Over,” The Art Newspaper, May, p.13 (repro.)
Art Talk, KCRW Santa Monica, hosted by Edward Goldman, Air date: April 1
Muchnic, Suzanne. “Three Museums form Consortium,” Los Angeles Times, March 24
Temin, Christine. “Getting Under the Skin: 24 Artists Explore Identity in New Show,” The Boston Globe, Feburary 13

2003
Wei, Lilly. “Acting Out”, Art News, November 2003, Volume 102, Number 10
Oishi, Eve. “Passionate Interaction: Interview with Patty Chang”. X-tra, published by Project X Foundation for Art and Criticism, Vol 5. No 4., Los Angeles, CA, pp.14-17.
Brunel, Susana Blas. “Video and Self-Portrait: Pleased to Meet Me!”, Exit, Image and
Culture, published by Olivares & Associated, Madrid, Spain, pp 120, 121, 146
Llyod, Anne Wilson. “The Art That’s Living In The House Hadid Built,” The New York Times, Arts & Leisure Section, June 8, p.29
Bauer, Marilyn. “Building Costars with Art,” The Cincinnati Enquirer, June 1, pp.A1, A17
Hosein, Lise. “Hollywood and Fifth, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York”, Canadian Art, Spring, 2003 Volume 20 Number 1
Boyce, Roger. “Neither Here Nor There:Mirror Mirror at MASS MoCA,” Art New England, February/March

2002
Bostick, Alan. “Electric Art”, The Tennessean, October 2002
Walen, Drew. “Cheekwood welcomes video art”, The City Paper Nashville’s Newspaper, October 2002
Koroxenidis, Alexandra. “Through the eyes of women,” Kathimerini Newspaper (English Edition)/Herald Tribune, July 29, 2002.
Koroxenidis, Alexandra. “Fusion Cuisine,” frieze, October 2002. pp. 102-3
Gilbert, Andrea. “Fusion Cuisine,” Contemporary Magazine, September 2002. pp. 88
Smith, Roberta. “At the Guggenheim, Selected Short Stories,” The New York Times, July 19, 2002. pp.E35
“’Ogni giorno vedi mille mostre’,” Glamour: NY City Pass (Interview), June, pp. 9-11
Wei, Lilly. “Patty Chang at Jack Tilton/Anna Kustera,”, Art in America, June, pp.121,122
Schwan, Gary. “Jimmy Stewart At Warp Speed,” The Palm Beach Post, July 20, pp.20
Schwan, Gary. “Pop-Up Videos,” The Palm Beach Post, July 8, pp. 1J-2J
Zita, Carmen. “In Sight: 20 Artists on the Rise,” TRACE Magazine, pp.55
Cotter, Holland. “Cinema a la Warhol, With Cowboys, Stillness and Glamour,” The New York Times, April 5
Barnas, Maria. “Casino 2001: Kisses from Ghent,” Tema Celeste, January-February, p.104
Iwasaki, Hitomi. “Patty Chang: Ferocious,” NY Arts Magazine, February 2002, page 40

2001
Halter, Ed. “The Year in Avant-Garde Film and Video,” The Village Voice, December 29, p.42
Johnson, Ken. Art Review, The New York Times, November 23, page E37
Levin, Kim. Voice Choice: Shortlist, The Village Voice, November 27, page 77
The New Yorker, Goings on About Town, November 26, pp.26 2001

Reviews of Las Hijas de la Tierra, Canary Islands, Spain:
“Artistas de cinco continentes, en ‘Las hijas de la tierra’,” El Dia, October 25, page 37 Fernan-Perez, Cristina, “Las hijas de la Tierra,’ en Tenerife,” La Opinion de Tenerife, October 24, page 1 & 24
“La sala de arte La Recova expone ‘Las hijas de la tierra’,” Vivir En Canarias, Oct. 6, p.2
“Exposicion: Las hijas de la Tierra,” Tenerife, September 25, page 1
“Las hijas de la Tierra: Muestran la plastica que se da en los cinco continentes,” El Dia, September 21, page 72 “Los cinco continentes se miran en la exposicion ‘Las hijas de la tierra’,” Diario de Avisos, September 21, page 73
Fernan-Perez, Cristina, “La Recova acoge una muestra de las tendencias artisticas actuales,” La Opinion de Tenerife, September 21, page 24
“’Las hijas de la tierra’ ofrece una vision de las tendencias artisticas actuales,” La Gaceta De Canarias, September 21, page 62

Reviews from Trans Sexual Express exhibition, Barcelona, Spain:
Molina, Angela, “Una trienal de arte,” ABC, February 23
Vidal, Jaume, “El arte travestido,” El Pais, June 23, page 25-26
“El Centre d’Art Santa Monica reinventa la identidad sexual en ‘Transexual express’,” La Vanguardia, July 27
“Una exposicio reuneix els treballs de 25 artistes sobre el sexe, les ideologies i la identitat,”
El Punt, August 2
Oliveras, Jaume Vidal, “Masculino, femenino y plural,” El Cultural, August 4, page 30-31
Borras, Maria Lluisa, “Transgresiones Y Acomodos,” La Vanguardia, August 13
“L’Exposicio Que No S’ha De Perdre,” El Periodico, August 15 2001
Borras, Maria Lluisa, “Art Report no convence,” La Vanguardia, August 20
Arte Y Parte, Cataluña: Trans Sexual Express, no. 34, p. 88
Arte, Iniciativas: Barcelona, Trans-sexual Express, March, p.28
Transexual Express, catalog, Centre d’Art Santa Monica, Barcelona, Spain, pages 64-69
Zivancevic, Nina, “An Interview with Julia Kristeva,” NY Arts Magazine, September, p.44-46 (b/w repro. on p.46)
“Maktig budbarare i S:t Lars ruin: Amerikansk sommar for Baltic Art Center,” Gotlands Allehanda,Visby, Sweden,June 16, pp.20,21
“Videokonst-tva amerikaner som har vissa beroringspunkter,” Gotlands Tidningar, Visby, Sweden, June 16, pp.22,23
“Sidewalk Show,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, June 9, Section D, front page, color repro.
“Gallery Gal: Performance artist Patty Chang Feeds a Fever,” BUST Magazine, Summer, p.96
“Artist’s Portfolio, Recent Work from Patty Chang”, (ai) Performance for the Planet Magazine, Spring, pp. 82-91
Goldberg, RoseLee. Performance Art: From Futurism to the Present, Thames & Hudson, London, England, p. 224
Pasquini, Stefano. “Catatonic London,” NY ARTS Magazine, May, p. 50-51
Coomer, Martin. “Patty Chang at Entwistle,” Time Out London, April 4-11, p.53
Frizell, Deborah. “Bawdy Burlesque, Raucous Ribaldry,”NY Arts Magazine,April,pp.22-23

2000
Cross Female, catalogue, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany, page 38
Ostrow, Saul, New Observations, Winter,
Golonu, Berin “Patty Chang, Yerba Buena” Flash Art , October
Cohen, Michael “The Love Mechanics: New Feminist Art,”Flash Art , Summer,pp 90-93
Carr, Cindy, “The Generation Gap,” The Village Voice, July 18, p. 55.
Rush, Michael , “Performance Hops Back into the Scene”, New York Times, July 2
Helfand, Glen, “Patty Chang, ‘Surf Trip’”, San Francisco Bay Guardian, May 24
McDonnell, Evelyn, “Flaming Creatures”, Interview, February, p.50 (repro.)

Reviews from exhibition at the Museo Nacional centro de arte Reina Sofia:
Rubira, Sergio. “Patty Chang”, Revista Lapiz
Garcia-Pintado, Angel. “Semanario de un observador,” La Verdad, (May 26, 2000)
“Los rituals de la artista Patty Chang se presentan como videos en el Reina Sofia,”
Martin, Jesus, “El pubis afeitado de Patty Chang provoca desde el Reina Sofia,” Diario 16, (May 27, 2000)
“Videoacciones” El Mundo, (June 2, 2000)
Alonso Molina, Oscar, “Deseo a camara lenta” La Razon (June 2, 2000)
Pozuelo, Abel H “Patty Chang,” El Mundo, (July 6, 2000)
“The Reina Sofia Hosts a No-Holds-Barred Reflection on the State of Modern Femininity” Diario 16, (June 8, 2000)
“Patty Chang Y El Post-Feminismo Radical” Diario 16, (June 8, 2000)
“Patty Chang” Arte en Madrid Lanetro.com, (June 9, 2000)
“Patty Chang: Performance de mujer” elfoco.com, (June 15, 2000)

1999
Burke, Kelly, “Party Pumps on Shoestrings,” Sidney Morning Herald, December 3
Thea, Carolee, “Basel Art Fair, 1999”. Sculpture, November
Leffingwell, Edward, “Patty Chang at Jack Tilton,” Art in America, November
Sundell, Margaret, Artforum, September
Levin, Kim, The Village Voice, April
Simpson, Les, “Open Wide and Say Art,” Time Out New York, April
Smith, Roberta, “Patty Chang,” The New York Times-Art In Review, April 16

1998
Goldberg, Roselee, Performance: Live Art Since 1960, October

1997

Oishi, Eve, “Bad Asians: New Film and Video by Queer Asian American Artists”, Asian American Screen Cultures, October
Raczka, Robert, “Terra Bomba,” New / Art, April
Goldberg, RoseLee. “Terra Bomba”, Artforum, April
Smith, Roberta. “Terra Bomba”, The New York Times, January 31

1995
Stone, Laurie, “At A Loss”, The Village Voice, October

 

GRANTS AND AWARDS

2006
Centre International des Recollets, Paris, Residency Program

2005
Lambent Fellowship in the Arts, Tides Foundation, New York

2003
The Media Arts Fellowship, The Rockefeller Foundation, New York
Resident Faculty, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine

2002-2003
Cite Internationale des Arts in Paris, Residency Program, in assocation with the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council

2000
CAMAC: Centre D’Arte Residency Program
The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Studio Residency Program, World Trade Centers
The Tiffany Foundation

1999
The Franklin Furnace Fund for Performance Art New York Foundation for the Arts

1997
The Rema Hort Mann Foundation Grant

FILM/VIDEO SCREENINGS

2006        
Reel Asian International Film Festival, Toronto, Canada
Flaherty Film Seminar, Poughkeepsie, NY
Video Dumbo Festival, Brooklyn, NY

2003    
    
Madcat Women’s International Film Festival, San Francsico, CA

2001    
Rotterdam Film Festival, Rotterdam, Holland         
New York Underground Film Festival, New York, NY         
San Francsico International Asian American Film Festival, San Francsico, CA         
The New Festival, New York, NY 2000        
Mix: Experimental Lesbian and Gay Film/Video Festival, New York, NY 1999        
Mix: Experimental Lesbian and Gay Film/Video Festival, New York, NY

OTHER PROJECTS

2002
“Revolver”, Cable show on EXPO24x7, syndicated throughout Europe for 3 years

2000
“Two and three zeros,” Benefit Print Portfolio, Exit Art, NY

MUSEUMS AND PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Asia Society, New York, NY
Bard College, Annadale-on-Hudson, New York Denver Art Museum,
Denver, Colorado
Fonds Regional d’Art Contemporain de Lorraine, Merz, France
Guggenheim Museum, New York
Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Instituto Oscar Dominguez de Arte y Cultura Contemporanea, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
Kadist Fondation, Paris, France
La Maison Rouge, Fondation de Galbert, Paris, France
Norton Family Collection, Santa Monica, CA
The RISD Museum, Providence, Rhode Island
Sammlung Hoffmann, Berlin, Germany
Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, MA

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