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Topic - Tate Osten
A nonprofit group is trying to restore Detroit's status in the art world by drawing artists to an unlikely place: a century-old former bank in a neighborhood so infested with crime that some of the building's pipes were stolen and its windows riddled with bullets.
"This is just the beginning," she said. "The change begins with one."
"It was stripped of everything," said Osten, who then formed Kunsthalle Detroit and set about searching for the group's home, which was leased last winter for $60,000.