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David Page: The Object Is Dead opened on Saturday April 5 at Jordan Faye Contemporary. The gallery is located in Mount Vernon at 823 Park Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21201. The gallery is open in April on Tues – Thurs & Saturday 12 – 5p and by appointment.

* All photos by Joan Cox.

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