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ART DIRECTOR’S CUT, AUGUST 12

ART DIRECTOR’S CUT, AUGUST 12

The things our creative director, Chris McGee, hated to omit from the current issue of LAM.

Photo courtesy of Brook McIlroy.

From Katharine Logan’s “Paths Forward” in the August 2021 issue, about how landscape architects are working closely with First Nations communities in Canada to reconcile its ruthless history of colonization.

–CHRIS MCGEE, AML ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

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