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Friday, March 06, 2015
10:00 AM - 9:30 PM
Impermanence: Historical and contemporary views of Cleveland's urban landscape
Organized by guest curator and photographer Daniel Levin, "Impermanence" celebrates place, use, and time in downtown Cleveland, Ohio City, University Circle, Little Italy, and the Heights suburbs through pairs of photographs showing the same view of a site at different historical times. Eleven respected Cleveland photographers are represented in the exhibition: Darlene Beiter, Andrew Cari, Beverly Conley, David Hagen, Mark Holz, Nathan Migal, Chuck Mintz, Karin McKenna, Emily Smith, Victoria Stanbridge, and Brian Swaney.
Cedar and Lee roads
Cleveland Heights, OH
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