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Thirty-five photographs taken as Khoury toured the three cities reveal the artist's focus on architecture and show something of the immense creativity that can be found in building designs, both modern and contemporary.Some viewers may think anyone can take photographs of buildings.The viewer is reminded of Khoury's focus on architecture only by the little window just visible in the upper right-hand corner.Another of his photographs focuses on two parts of the same building. Shot from the bottom up, the curvy architecture of the edifice, captured from Khoury's cunning perspective, creates the impression that the building is protruding from the flat surface of the photograph. Buildings are given new meaning and become part of an architectural Renaissance when glimpsed through Khoury's eyes.
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