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Jennifer Taylor for The Boston Globe
Amanda Palmer welcomed fans to her performance at Momenta Art in Brooklyn.
Palmer in front of some of her artwork.
The rock singer-songwriter from Lexington, who rose to stardom with the Dresden Dolls, was featured in artists’ images spread across the walls.
Palmer and The Grand Theft Orchestra performed.
Each fan gave at least $300 to her recent record-breaking campaign on Kickstarter, a crowd-funding website.
Palmer with a group of her fans prior to her performance at Momenta Art.
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