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    Booth Fellow opens new gallery exhibition 'Both/And'

    By kbretzius
    Oct 8, '14 10:37 AM EST

    No matter how much one has been taught about a building, nothing compares to the experience of personally visiting a captivating architectural site. Chris Holzwart (M.Arch.'11) received such an opportunity thanks to Taubman College's George G. Booth Traveling Fellowship.

    Holzwart won the fellowship in 2013 and set off to Japan for four weeks to explore his interest in architectural detail. The fruits of his experiences and intensive research can be explored in the current exhibition on display in the Taubman College Gallery titled, “Both/And: The Study of Details in Japanese Architecture."

    “Both/And” runs from October 3rd to November 2nd in the Taubman College Gallery. For more details on his travels abroad as the George G. Booth Fellow, visit his travel blog at:

    Insights @ Taubman College: Booth Fellowship Exhibit from Taubman College on Vimeo.

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