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Mark Rabinowitz

EverGreene Architectural Arts
Vice President / Principal Conservator
District Heights, Maryland
Mark Rabinowitz is Vice President and Principal Conservator with EverGreene Architectural Arts. He co-directs the Conservation Division with Joseph Sembrat. Mark served as Deputy Chief of Operations for Preservation at the Central Park Conservancy throughout the 1990s, during which time he initiated and directed their monuments conservation and historic preservation programs. In 1997 Mark was named Chief Consulting Conservator for the New York City Parks Department where he started up a similar program to treat monuments throughout New York City. Both programs continue today to maintain the City's collection and have trained scores of graduate students in outdoor monuments conservation. Major projects have included work on the West Block of the Canadian Houses of Parliament, the US Capitol, the Lincoln Memorial, Grant Monument and the DC War Memorial, all on the National Mall, several projects at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Brooklyn Museum, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Biltmore Estate, Kykuit, Vizcaya Museum & Gardens, 2 Saturn V rockets, the Atlantis Space Shuttle and fragments from Columbia and Challenger, fragments from Laurelton Hall by L C Tiffany, the Scottish Rite Temple in DC, the Egyptian Obelisk in Central Park, NYC, and many, many other significant objects, structures and works of public art. Mark holds a BFA degree in Sculpture from the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, RI (1975). He has been a Fellow of the American Institute for Conservation (AIC) since 2004 and a Fellow of the American Academy in Rome since 2011.

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