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'Break Glass,' show by V.L. Cox at the Longwood Center for the Visual Arts 

"Whitebread," V.L. Cox
"The Mark," V.L. Cox
"Canto," V.L. Cox
"Brave," V.L. Cox
"Bible," V.L. Cox
"Absence of Complication," V.L. Cox
"It's Time We Talked," V.L. Cox
"Four Pillars of Freedom," V.L. Cox
"Whitebread," V.L. Cox
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