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Sally Taylor opens ‘Consenses’ on Martha’s Vineyard

Sally Taylor and her mother, Carly Simon.

Peter Simon

Sally Taylor and her mother, Carly Simon.

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President Obama was back in D.C. Monday, but Martha’s Vineyard was still the place to be as Sally Taylor’s multi-arts installation called “Consenses” opened to the public at the Grange Hall in West Tisbury. The exhibit, which Taylor began working on two years ago, includes the work of 144 artists in various genres. (Among the interested observers at Monday’s opening was Taylor’s mom, singer Carly Simon.) Guests at a kickoff dinner over the weekend included designer Kenneth Cole and his wife, Maria Cuomo Cole, Taylor’s brother Ben, photographer Alison Shaw, Bernard Chu of Upland Capital, actress/producer Christy Cashman and her pal Debbie DiMasi, and David Fialkow of General Catalyst and wife Nina.

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