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Urban Blight: New Works by Alyssa Dennis opens Friday, May 15 at Gallery Imperato

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Urban Blight: New Works by Alyssa Dennis

May 15 – June 27, 2009
Opening Reception: Friday, May 15th 7-10pm


Gallery Imperato is pleased to announce Urban Blight, a solo exhibition of new works by Alyssa Dennis. Through a series of mixed media drawings, Dennis attempts to “track the development of urban living systems.” Her work is a collection of ideas, information and experiments that study the human relationship to the built environment.

Please join us at an opening reception with the artist on Friday, May 15 from 7-10pm. We are just off I-95 and Key Highway at the Foundry on Fort. Free parking lot adjacent to the gallery.

Gallery Imperato
921 E. Fort Ave. Ste 120
Baltimore, MD 21230

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