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Camper Contemporary, 1400 Cathedral Street (in the Mount Royal Station Parking Lot)

Exhibited in Miami during Basel to wide acclaim, Camper Contemporary’s inaugural show, Here or There will have its Baltimore debut on Friday, December 18th from 7-9pm in the Mount Royal Station Parking Lot at The Maryland Institute College of Art. The show features sculpture, painting, and photography by 14 artists that deal with themes of mobility, portability, and place. Thirteen of the artists currently reside in Baltimore, while one currently lives and works in Antarctica.

Artists featured are: Jennifer Coster, Adam Junior, Benjamin Kelley, Christina Martinelli, Wendy Tai, E. M. Brooks, Timothy Thompson, Lauren Reynolds, Brian Spies, Seth Crawford, Ginny Huo, Virginia Wagner, Darrel Appelzoller, and Joe Letourneau

Camper Contemporary is a mobile gallery created and curated by Calder Brannock. It is a fully functional art gallery set up inside an altered 1967 Yellowstone camper. Camper Contemporary gallery poses a solution for many problems a gallery faces in the modern art market. It allows the gallerist to showcase work in a clean controlled gallery environment without being tethered to rents or a geographic location. The mobile gallery model allows the gallerist to maintain a physical space where work can be displayed with all the benefits and gravitas of a traditional gallery while easily reaching collectors at art fairs and other large art markets.

Visit www.campercontemporary.com for more details.

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Camper Contemporary appearance at MICA Friday, December 18

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Camper Contemporary, 1400 Cathedral Street (in the Mount Royal Station Parking Lot)

Exhibited in Miami during Basel to wide acclaim, Camper Contemporary’s inaugural show, Here or There will have its Baltimore debut on Friday, December 18th from 7-9pm in the Mount Royal Station Parking Lot at The Maryland Institute College of Art. The show features sculpture, painting, and photography by 14 artists that deal with themes of mobility, portability, and place. Thirteen of the artists currently reside in Baltimore, while one currently lives and works in Antarctica.

Artists featured are: Jennifer Coster, Adam Junior, Benjamin Kelley, Christina Martinelli, Wendy Tai, E. M. Brooks, Timothy Thompson, Lauren Reynolds, Brian Spies, Seth Crawford, Ginny Huo, Virginia Wagner, Darrel Appelzoller, and Joe Letourneau

Camper Contemporary is a mobile gallery created and curated by Calder Brannock. It is a fully functional art gallery set up inside an altered 1967 Yellowstone camper. Camper Contemporary gallery poses a solution for many problems a gallery faces in the modern art market. It allows the gallerist to showcase work in a clean controlled gallery environment without being tethered to rents or a geographic location. The mobile gallery model allows the gallerist to maintain a physical space where work can be displayed with all the benefits and gravitas of a traditional gallery while easily reaching collectors at art fairs and other large art markets.

Visit www.campercontemporary.com for more details.

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