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TAKING IT TO THE STREET The Arab world is in the midst of a frenzied art boom, writes Noah Feldman, with record-breaking auctions, spectacular museums—and artwork that is largely unthreatening. But since protests have erupted in the Arab street, the art of royal patronage is being challenged by the art of homegrown revolutionaries.