Visual Art

Visual Art

Nora Sturges and Jackie Milad at C. Grimaldis Gallery

At C. Grimaldis Gallery, two solo exhibitions by Baltimore-based artists Nora Sturges and Jackie Milad repurpose cultural iconographies.

A guide to Baltimore's artist-run spaces.

This week: Face Value at The Parlour, Tim Doud at Mono Practice, and Sue Crawford at ICA Baltimore.   Face Value, through November 2, featuring work by Sydney Cook, Taina ...

2019 Rubys Grantees Announced The Robert W. Deutsch Foundation has awarded $150,000 this year to 19 projects in the visual arts, literature, performance, and media. (Full disclosure: BmoreArt is largely ...

Black abstraction riffs like jazz, implodes and reassembles itself from the myriad influences that found its emergence. Black abstraction is rooted in a meta-consciousness, an ode to Black survival and ...

I've been trying to recreate this one feeling for about a month now. On a red-eye flight back from Los Angeles, too edgy to sleep, too sleepy to do anything ...

Near the entrance into Soledad Salamé’s lyrical, affecting show at Goya Contemporary, We the Migrants: Fleeing/Flooding, on view through Oct. 26, stand three thick piers comprised of stacked, folded newspapers. ...

What do you think when you see someone wearing a hijab, or the shape of the continental US? Do you take the time to meet the person underneath, or question ...

Mel Chin’s ongoing Fundred Dollar Bill Project is a community-based collaborative artwork that joins individual voices in proclaiming the value of individual human lives and calling for action to solve the crisis in lead poisoning.

The new Middle East Institute Art Gallery, which opened its doors with a lively reception on September 14, certainly holds promise. It’s a handsome (if modest) space, in an enviable ...

I should have arrived earlier. The line stretched down the block to enter Hauser & Wirth, host to Amy Sherald’s first New York solo show, The Heart of the Matter..., a testament ...

You are an archive. Your cellular memory and the genetic structures that determined the color of your eyes are archives too, lasting proof about your ancestry. We don’t consider our ...

In the late 1980s, a selection of new projects funded by the National Endowment of the Arts caught the concerned eye of Congress.

"This work is about empathy. I wait; I go into meditative spaces and I will either have automatic writing or I'll have an image."

Some of Baltimore's nicknames come across as yearningly hopeful, but somehow also result in a cynical, self-righteous apathy, a kind of recognition of the problems but a shrugging-off of the ...

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