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1996 Chronogram Covers 

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Every month, Chronogram brings outstanding local art to your fingertips. Our covers are free of distracting headlines so that the featured artwork can take center stage.

To celebrate Chronogram's 20th anniversary, we present this retrospective look at over 200 covers organized by year.

Browse through the galleries to see how Chronogram has evolved over the years through multiple formats to become the trusted source for art and community news that it is today.

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