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AIR DATE: April 11, 2013

Steven Dansky moved to Las Vegas from New York in 2007. In searching for the familiar sights of urban life, he stumbled on an outdoor art gallery in the Arts District. He started to take pictures of graffitti murals that covered old railroad cottages. Now his work is hanging in the gallery at the Sunrise Library. The photographer joins us to talk about what he sees when looks at graffiti, and how he captures it in pictures.

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