Sarah Herda

Chicago Architecture Biennial / Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts

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Artistic director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and director of the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts

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Projects by 120 architects and artists, selected from over 30 countries on six continents are intended to reveal The State of the Art of Architecture at the first Chicago Architectural…

The State of the Art of Architecture

Projects by 120 architects and artists, selected from over 30 countries on six continents are intended to reveal The State of the Art of Architecture at the first Chicago Architectural…

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