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Louis Kahn @ FABRIC WORKSHOP MUSEUM

Louis Kahn: The Power of Architecture August 11, 2017–November 5, 2017 Opening Reception: Wednesday, September 6, 2017, 6:00–8:00 pm The exhibit of Louis Kahn’s architectural career on the 8th floor of the Fabric Workshop Museum in Philly presents an obviously male gendered and white notion of city planning and priorities.  ‘A small boy walks through a city and sees something which will tell him what he wants to do his whole life . ‘ Ok, I will accept this premise with adjustments to the assumption of gender and race. Wondering, then, what I have seen which has told me what I want to do my (whole) life. One beginning note is that my (whole) life is a consummation of variant architectures and landscapes. The quote on the wall seems more applicable to one born and raised and died within the city. So, in order to consider its possibility, I will wonder within the context of my (whole) life in New York City. Then, specificity becomes necessary . I don’t believe I have seen much in Midtown …