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Baltimore’s Imaginary Buildings
Jeremy Kargon, Morgan State Architect Professor, (LEED AP)

Local and foreign architects display designs as a narrative that relates to Baltimore’s real and imaginary cultural landscape. 17 imagined projects.

Gallery Exhibit: September 4th through 18th, 2009
Opening Reception: September 4th, 2009 7-9 pm Friday

Gallery Talk and Presentation by Peter Schneider, Professor and Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, University of Colorado / Boulder – Reception: September 11th, 2009 7 pm

The show features work by the following designers: Sanmi Fawehinmi, Suzanne Frasier, Hord Coplan Macht, Inc. ( Rolf Haarstad, with Kuo Pao Lian ), Chantal Ireland, Jeremy Kargon, Gabriel Kroiz, Kathleen Lechleiter, Craig Purcell, Charles Proffitt, Republic of Architects, Sanjit Roy, Sutherland Hussey Architects ( Colin Harris ), Yishai Well … and the mysterious Edouard Amour.

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