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The Contemporary presents its first solo commission since its reopening in 2013, Bubble Over Green, an exhibition by artist Victoria Fu (b. 1978, Santa Monica, CA; lives in Los Angeles and San Diego, CA) on view February 21 – April 3, 2015. Fu’s installation, Bubble Over Green, is a multilayered audio-visual experience in the former KAGRO building located at 101 W North Avenue in Baltimore’s Station North Arts & Entertainment District.

Photos by Benjamin Levy.

Bubble Over Green: Victoria Fu
The Contemporary
February 21–April 3
101 W North Avenue
Viewing Hours Wednesday–Sunday 4PM–8PM

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