Art galleries, like birds, have traditionally flocked together.

At least in the Washington area they have, where neighborhoods such as Dupont Circle and Seventh Street NW were not that long ago known for their tightly concentrated pockets of art, participating in monthly art walks in which visitors would stroll from venue to venue, sipping wine in plastic cups. There's strength in numbers, or so the thinking goes, especially in tough economic times.
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