Walls Can Talk: Local artist honors The Block

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Cover Design Credit:

Scott Southwick

Cover Photography Credit:

Joe Pellegrino
Cleaster Cotton's installation "Going to Market," on the new 55 S. Market St. condominiums building, honors The Block - Asheville's historic African American business district.






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