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Livi is an artist who moves between media seamlessly, always seeking out material that speaks to the domestic space and figuring out how to manipulate it after.
John Waters wants us to rethink the ludicrous possibility of a masterpiece
For the artist, distortion of the image reflects the fear of dehumanizing and delegitimizing the real-world phenomena occurring around us.
In Gold Rush, Stephanie Garon seeks to “amplify not my voice, but the [voices] of the people directly involved with the mine and with the land."
'We Care: Works by Corita Kent' at Silber Gallery is a vibrant color bomb mission-driven text-heavy advertisement-inspired serigraphs.
Three succinct reviews covering selection of contemporary sculptures, abstract paintings, and the boundaries of photography in Baltimore.
As BOPA continues to create new pathways to support Artscape and other major initiatives for the arts in the region through its strategic plan process, I hope that School 33 is brought back into the spotlight as one of Baltimore’s “Big Three” nonprofit exhibition spaces, where it belongs.
On taking things apart to put them back together
Smail’s carefully constructed work is built crisply, with shifting visual echoes.
Walking into one of Artise Fletcher’s textile workshops, which explore societal beauty standards and individual relationships to hair, audiences typically “come into it skeptical, not knowing what to expect,” she says.
The exhibition opens up the inexhaustible problems of the double, demonstrating how art is particularly well suited to explore them.
Featuring Jackie Andrews, Mara Colecchia, Nicole Dest-Forrester, Caitlin Duckwall, Luci Jockel, Andy Lowrie, Kerianne Quick, Sarah Parker, Risa Reyes, and Ashlee Wetta.
"Ex-tend, Ex-cess: Metamorphosis in Clay" is a compelling celebration of the versatility of ceramics. "fortune:folly" is a powerful and captivating show in which kelli rae adams explores and criticizes current financial systems.
How did a notoriously hard-to-grow fruit spawn a whole industry?