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The art center is featured in the [[Websites in GTA IV|website]] [[Artthrob.org|www.artthrob.org]].
 
The art center is featured in the [[Websites in GTA IV|website]] [[Artthrob.org|www.artthrob.org]].
  
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File:RandolfArtCenter-GTAIV-logo.png|The logo of the Randolf Art Center.
 
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== See also ==
 
* [[National Union of Contemporary Arts]]
 
* [[National Union of Contemporary Arts]]
  
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Revision as of 13:58, 9 August 2012

The Randolf Art Center in GTA IV.

The Randolf Art Center is an art gallery located on Galveston Avenue, Middle Park West in Grand Theft Auto IV.

Description

Based on the real-life Lincoln Centre for the Performing Arts, the Randolf Art Center houses a variety of artworks, with two exhibitions advertised outside the buildings. Featured artists include Adam Biggs, "an artist that paints nothing but circles", and a touring exhibition by Philips Van Der Philip who works on "aesthetic minimalism". These artworks can only be seen through windows on the outside as it is not accessible by the player. It appears to focus on modern art.

The art center is featured in the website www.artthrob.org.

Gallery

See also