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The Award-Winning Curator Who Never Finished His Bachelor's Degree
"Walker thinks the way a lot of artists think -- not in straight lines, but from multiple angles at once. 'In the middle of whatever,' says Shteynshleyger, 'he'll start talking about ancient history, or the Stone Age, or God knows what.' Walker's thought process, she says, takes 'meandering paths. It's not A to B; it's more like A to F, then to B.'" Chicago Tribune 03/08/13
Posted March 10, 2013 08:44 AM

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