The past decade has been one of challenges and triumphs for Paula Gately Tillman. The photographer has suffered loss, embarked on myriad creative endeavors, had her work acquired by the Baltimore Museum of Art, published two books, and just closed a successful retrospective at the Creative Alliance.
Baltimore’s Lunar Night Cultural Festival took place January 21 and 22, as a free weekend-long cultural event designed to embrace the richness of Asian culture and traditions through food and art in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor and Lake Shore Park.
Hal Boyd wades into the gloriously oddball humanness of being. He pursues the lusty ocean of the every-person subconscious—a dreamland hauled up for all to see. Here relationships are loaded, flowers burst sexy, animals prowl cackling, beauty and hilarity intertwine.
Lionel Frazier White III’s solo show Beyond the Frame is a subtle exploration of the lived experience within a gentrifying city through photography, video work, and found objects. Themes of fragmentation, remembrance, and celebration flow through White’s varied yet cohesive body of work.
One experiences Bart O’Reilly’s paintings and poems with all the senses. There are familiar scents, visceral textures begging to be traced by curious fingertips, and passages that seem to be whispering, “I deserve to be heard aloud.”
Isn’t sustainability the ultimate community care, a tender wish to live and survive together?
In working with a fixed set of decades-old family portraits, Ellis constantly conjured the past. His sculpted surfaces acted as a sort of Ouija board, though instead of a planchet, Ellis was guided by his father's original negatives to commune with his spirit.
Starting in January and ending with today, a photo essay that captures the fleeting intensity of 2022
Thank you to the museums, galleries, colleges, artist-run spaces, and universities consistently supply us with exhibitions that challenge our intellect, influence our emotions, and encourage us to participate in creative production.
Working with everything from moss and money plant membranes to artificial ivy and metal, Laura Amussen creates thematic exhibitions around singular ideas, such as the buoyancy of water as a metaphor for overcoming struggle.
A groundbreaking exhibition about the promise of upward mobility and the sacrifices endured by Black Americans to realize a safer and more stable life, realized through the personal lens of family history from those who experienced it directly.
Remembering what can be special about this holiday season including the beauty of night, the sense of expectation, and buying into the magic
From Jackson, Mississippi to Baltimore, Maryland, telling the story of the Great Migration through the lens of twelve contemporary Black artists