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The Anonymous Collective: A New York City Art Scene

(Closed Summer 2010) Collective Hardware, housed in a rundown building between Broome and Delancey streets that used to be Weiss Hardware, has nothing to do with wrenches. Instead, its a five-floor party-studio-gallery-music space filled with a never-ending parade of pretty people, downtown artists and hangers-I can give an unknown artist an opportunity to show in a place that consistently attracts tastemakers and patrons of the arts, says Stuart Braunstein, a self-proclaimed urban instigator and deejay who launched the space with his business partner, Rony Rivellini, in 2007.

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