As one steps out of the elevator and onto the 27th floor of the World Trade Center Baltimore, they expect the whole level to be dedicated to the Unframed: Baltimore Mural Program exhibit advertised in the lobby of the building. Instead, one might walk around the room for a few minutes before realizing that the “exhibit” consisted of 18 small photographs of murals shyly displayed along two of the inside walls. The main attraction was clearly the remarkable view, with little stands describing some of Baltimore’s history. The temporary Unframed exhibit also had to share some of the space with the permanent 9/11 memorial. Others thoughts on the matter could not be garnered, as sadly, no one else was present.