Wise Guise Grand Opening at Nudashank Gallery on March 27 in Baltimore, MD

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Nudashank Gallery is a new independent, artist-run gallery space in Baltimore, Maryland whose mission is to showcase young artists. Founded by Seth Adelsberger and Alex Ebstein, Nudashank hopes to bring new blood into the Baltimore scene, benefiting the regional artists, and providing a new venue for national and international artwork. The gallery will host approximately 6 exhibitions per year, featuring group and 2-person exhibitions. The 1000 square foot gallery is located in the H&H building in downtown Baltimore, which already houses the Whole Gallery, Gallery Four, and Floristree.

Our first exhibition, Wise Guise, is a colossal group show featuring 23 young and emerging artists. Representing a diverse selection of work, ranging from the figurative to the abstract, Wise Guise presents a cross-section of visual themes from contemporary counter-culture. The works in the show include paintings, works on paper, screenprints and zines.

Exhibiting artists are:

6 Baltimore based artists: Xavier Schipani, Mark Brown, D’Metrius Rice, Walter Carpenter, Noel Freibert, and Molly Colleen O’Connell.
3 European artists: Arnaud Loumeau, Thomas Bernard and Miruki Tusko.

And 14 artists from throughout the US: Jason Redwood, Bonner Sale, Jon Clary, Reuben Breslar, Drew Beckmeyer, Edie Fake, Jordan Bernier, Caitlin Cunningham, Emily Nachison, Edward Max Fendley, Matt Lock, Chris Warthen, Andrew St. Lawrence and Kevin Hayden.

Opening on March 27th, with a reception from 7 pm – 9pm and an after-party in the adjacent Whole Gallery, Wise Guise will be on view through April 25th. Nudashank is located at 405 West Franklin Street, 3rd Floor. Gallery hours are Saturday and Sunday, 11am – 5pm and also by appointment.

For additional information, please contact Alex Ebstein or Seth Adelsberger at [email protected] or visit

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